Monthly Newsletter February 1, 2021

February 2021

Welcome February!

Hello February. With one month down and 11 to go, February is here already! I hope this newsletter finds you all well. Recently, COVID 19 has hit Arizona hard, and the importance of thinking and staying safe is more real than ever. Remember to follow all COVID guidelines when you are out and about, as you enjoy yourself and our amazing area.

2021 offers so many wonderful possibilities in the Tri-cities area, and we are all looking forward to a fantastic year. As the Real Estate market stays as strong as ever and interest rates remain near historical lows, it is a great time to buy or sell.

So, if you are looking to join us here in Prescott, or perhaps you are just upsizing or downsizing your current home, remember, we are your friendly hometown realtors, and we can help you find your perfect dream home! We can help with all your real estate needs, whether finding your dream home, selling your current home, or both! We can also refer you to a top producing agent anywhere in the country if you are looking to buy or sell in another area.

Remember we are your friendly hometown Realtors

We are the deSoto Team and we are making dreams come true…one home at a time!


cold winds,
biting chills, and
white snow fluffed hills
Valentine’s day, oh how gay!
Presidents’ Day is coming our way.
February, sweet and small, greatest month of all.”

– Eric Lies – 28 Word Poem for February


February 2 – National Tater Tot Day
February 4 – National Thank a Mail Carrier Day
February 7 – Super Bowl
February 14 – Valentine’s Day
February 11 – National Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day
February 14 – National Ferris Wheel Day
February 15 – National Flag Day
February 15 – Family Day
February 16 – National Do A Grouch a Favor Day
February 28 – National Chocolate Souffle Day


National Creative Romance Month

National Bake for Family Fun Month

National Embroidery Month

National Hot Breakfast Month

National Snack Food Month


February 1 – 5 Pride in Foodservice Week

February 7 – 14 National Marriage Week

February 14 – 20 Random Acts of Kindness Week

February 21 – 27 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week


1st- 1887

The area known as Hollywood was founded.

3rd- 1922

Ford Motor Company acquired the failing luxury automaker Lincoln Motor Company for $8 million.

6th- 1817

The first public gas street light was lit in Baltimore, Maryland, the first in the United States.

11th- 1752

The first hospital in the United States, Pennsylvania Hospital, opened.

12th- 1879

The first artificial ice rink opened in Madison Square Garden in NYC.

14th- 1912

Arizona was admitted at the 48th state of the United States.

18th- 1930

A cow named Ollie was milked over St. Louis, MO. Her milk was cartooned and parachuted down.

20th- 1931

San Francisco got approval from the US Congress to build the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

21st- 1878

The first telephone directory in the US, listing about 50 names, was issued by the New Haven Telephone Company, in New Haven, Connecticut.

23rd- 1896

The Tootsie Roll was introduced by Leo Hirshfield, in New York.

Andy’s Actually Factual Facts

A wife took her husband to court for refusing to wash. He argued that he was too fat to fit into the bathtub, and was sentenced to probation, meaning that if he failed to find a way to take a bath, he’d be jailed. What a catch.

Bumblebees used to be called humblebees.

For humans the normal pulse is 70 heartbeats per minute. Elephants have a slower pulse of 27 and for a canary it is 1000!

A human’s small intestine is 6 meters long.

Your brain thinks more at night than during the day.

The smallest dog recorded was a Yorkie and was only 4 inches tall. The biggest dog weighed 344 pounds- more than two full grown men!

The term “soccer” does not originate in America. The word is from Britain, where it was derived from a short form of “Association Football.”
Due to a discrepancy over border recognition between Egypt and Sudan, there is a region in Africa called Bir Tawil that belongs to no country.

Canada has more lakes than anywhere in the world. 9% of the country is covered in fresh water.