There’s this thing about the dark of winter that makes me want to do a certain thing that I know to be detrimental to both my health and my rapidly deteriorating appearance. On cold mornings when the sun is low and the skies are frosty I wish for nothing more than an espresso and a light, flaky, buttery, pastry. I don’t want for bacon and eggs, or toast and jam, or a skillet with meat and potatoes and cheese; I’m not a glutton like that. Just a simple espresso and pastry, maybe two espressos and two pastries. Certainly not more than two espressos and three pastries. You can keep your bacon and eggs and potatoes and leave me to my espresso and pastry. This is my only morning wish in the winter. At the heart of my issue seems to be that I have the same wish in the summer, spring, and usually fall.
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I'm David Curry. I write this blog to educate and entertain those who subscribe to the theory that Lake Geneva, Wisconsin is indeed the center of the real estate universe. When I started selling real estate 25 years ago I did so of a desire to some day dominate the activity in the Lake Geneva vacation home market. With over $650,000,000 in sales since January of 2010, that goal is within reach. If I can help you with your Lake Geneva real estate needs, please consider me at your service. Thanks for reading.