Monthly Newsletter June 1, 2020

What year did the first Wal-Mart open?

Welcome to July my friends and followers. July 1st (the 182nd Day of the Year) marks Second Half of the Year Day – a chance to step back, evaluate your year so far with your goals and objectives (like selling your home or buying a new one…) and to take action to get back on track if necessary.

It’s a great opportunity to do some hard thinking over your finances, your diet, your career and other aspects of your life that you might want to improve (like moving to Prescott!) Make the second half of the year count! Get out and enjoy “Everybody’s Hometown”. Enjoy our downtown and our local shops and restaurants. But remember to be safe, be smart and be healthy. I am your friendly home town realtor and I can help with all your real estate needs whether finding your dream home, selling your current home or both! And I can refer you to a top producing agent anywhere in the country if you are selling an out of state home to make your move.

Remember I am making dreams come true…………….one home at a time!

“A swarm of bees in May is worth a load of hay.
A swarm of bees in June is worth a silver spoon.
A swarm of bees in July is not worth a fly.”



National Anti-Boredom Month

National Baked Beans Month

National Doghouse Repairs Month

National Grilling Month

National Independent Retailer Month



July 1 – 7 Clean Beaches Week

July 7 – 14 Creative Maladjustment Week

July 19 – 25 Everybody Deserves a Massage Week

July 20 – 28 National Moth Week



1st International Joke Day

2nd Made In The USA Day

4th Sidewalk Egg Frying Day

10th Teddy Bear Picnic Day

13th Embrace Your Geekness Day

19th Stick Out Your Tongue Day

23rd Hot Enough For Ya Day

31st National Talk in an Elevator Day


“The Summer looks out from her brazen tower,

Through the flashing bars of July.”

– Francis Thompson, A Corymbus for Autumn

1st, 1881

The World’s first international telephone call occurs between the US and Canada.

2nd, 1962

The first Wal-Mart store officially opens for business.

6th, 785

The Dollar becomes the monetary unit for the USA.

8th, 951

The City of Paris is founded.

11th, 1921

Former US President William Howard Taft sworn becomes the 10th Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court. He is the only person to ever be both President and Chief Justice.

17th, 1821

Spain ceded Florida to the United States.

24th, 1832

The first wagon train makes it across the Rocky Mountains led by Benjamin Bonneville.

27th, 1949

The first jet-powered airliner, the de Havilland Comet, takes flight.

28th, 1945

A US Army bomber accidentally crashes into the 79th floor of the Empire State Building

30th, 1956

“In God We Trust” is adopted as the U.S. national motto.


  • Recycling one glass jar saves enough energy to operate a television for three hours.
  • There is enough fuel in full jumbo jet tank to drive an average car four times around the world.
  • The cruise liner Queen Elizabeth 2 moves only six inches for each gallon of fuel it burns.
  • Toxic house plants poison more children than household chemicals do.
  • There is a company that will (for $14,000) take your ashes and compress them into a synthetic diamond to be set in jewelry for a loved one.
  • The two-foot long bird called a Kea that lives in New Zealand likes to eat the strips of rubber around car windows.
  • Slugs have four noses.
  • If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle. If the horse has one front leg in the air, the person died as a result of wounds received in battle. If the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes.
  • 71% of office workers stopped on the street for a survey agreed to give up their computer passwords in exchange for a chocolate bar.
  • A Boeing 767 airliner is made of 3,100,000 separate parts.