Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Lomita Pines Picture Perfect Home

1931 262nd St., Lomita Pines
Looking for a great home in the Pines?  

This spacious and gracious Lomita Pines 3 bedroom, 3 bath home is on a large lot with a city view and beautiful patio, deck and garden areas. Detached rear double car garage has alley access. Professionally remodeled
country style kitchen and big dining room would be great for your upcoming Holiday family dinners. Nicely appointed master
bedroom with in-suite bath and Hunter-Douglas plantation shutters (also included on other doors and windows throughout the

house.) Extensive upgrades including newer appliances, newer exterior doors, brand new water heater, gleaming wood floors,
forced air heat and air conditioning throughout. Landscaping is professional drought resistant with newer fencing. Big walk-in
closets in every bedroom plus separate laundry room with newer washer and dryer included. Newer (2010) Strong (Brand name)
6 seater spa with lounger is included. Too many extras to list. It's a must see if you're looking for a spotless, perfect Pines
home. Convenient location - just minutes to the freeway and minutes to the beach. Best of both worlds! Walk to schools,
shopping and transportation.  Call for your personal preview today!
BRE # 00769985

Friday, November 1, 2013

Chicken Soup For The Dog?


Halloween is over - thank it's time to take down the gaudy and maudlin decor and start preparing for the next holiday season...but wait a minute.   Why am I hearing those arrrgh noises from my dog?  Seems like one or more may have taken part in last nights celebration.  I'm hoping it was just candy and there are no missing children.  

Anyway, I was going to start putting up my fav Thanksgiving sides and such but now I'm thinking... is there such a thing as a chicken soup cure for an ailing dog?  When we're sick, that's what we eat but what do you feed a dog that looks like a really bad New Year's Eve hangover victim?

One of the things I give my dogs every day is a scoop of roasted chicken with vegetables on top of their kibble.  They enjoy it and it provides added nutrients and protein missing from the kibble.  So, why not make some soup for them too?  I'll be right back...

OK, believe it or not, looks like it helps!  All three are now making slurping noises instead of gagging. Last Christmas one of them opened up a wrapped box of chocolates that was in a gift bag, unwrapped the box, ate the entire box and pushed the empty box under the couch.  Had I not noticed a few errant wrappers by the door, I would never have even thought to check the gift bag.  There's a fine line between smart and not so much.

At least we will be heading to the beach today and not to the vet.  Thank Heavens for Chicken Soup.  It really can soothe the savage beast in more ways than one.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving and please, don't let the dogs get a hold of the turkey carcass.  

Blessings for a safe, healthy and happy Thanksgiving dinner for you and your family.

Click Here for our November Newsletter
Some great information on predictions for the real estate market in 2014 and fun ideas for decorating your Thanksgiving Table too.  It's all good (my friend Sam always says.)

Charlie (Hoffmann) and Rod Russell and whole furry family ;)

Team South Bay Realty
BRE #00769985
24214 Hawthorne Blvd.
Suite B
Torrance, CA 90505