More Thankful Than Ever This Holiday Season In Fort Worth

I’m grateful and thankful for the life I’ve built in Fort Worth – something I’ve expressed many times through the years on this blog. Today more than ever, I’m grateful for this city’s strong and visionary leaders, my loyal clients and the many other aspects of my life that I don’t talk about here very much.

Gratitude For Fort Worth’s Leaders

In 2011, I expressed my gratitude to Fort Worth’s leaders of the past and present who shaped the cultural and economic landscape of Fort Worth, my home city. You may want to read that blog post again – one of the first on this website.

I mentioned Amon Carter, who made sure Fort Worth had a distinct identity from Dallas and also founded NBC5, WBAP radio and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He was the creator of Casa Manana and the namesake of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art too.

You can’t forget about the Bass family either – or Fort Worth’s long-serving mayor Betsy Price and the many other political, social and philanthropic leaders. They have all made significant impacts on this city of cowboys and culture.

Gratitude For My Loyal Clients

A year later, I expressed my gratitude for the clients who have made my Fort Worth real estate business successful – each contributing to my American success story as I helped them find homes of their own in Fort Worth. Read that post at the beginning of 2013 to see how much I truly appreciate my clients.

For 4 decades, I’ve had the privilege of being involved in the home-buying processes of hundreds of clients. I’m especially humbled by the many pleased clients who have returned to Buyer’s Choice Realty again and again as their families and needs have grown or changed. And I couldn’t be more thankful for those who have referred friends and relatives to my business through the years.

So Much To Be Thankful For

Looking over the past posts on this blog, I see so many articles I wish I could bring to your attention again. In 2014, for example, I talked about how dreams really do come true in Fort Worth.

I’ve also examined dozens of neighborhoods, cultural attractions, points of interest and surrounding cities. There’s something to be learned on every page of this blog, and I hope you will look back at some of my past posts and reminisce with me when you have a moment.

For 2020, I wish you happiness, peace and great success! We all deserve these things.


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