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What Would Happen If Everyone "Paid It Forward ?"

I just read a post written by Rebecca Levinson entitled  You don't have to bend over backward to pay it forward .  I felt so good about what Rebecca had to say, I wanted to share my comment to her... with you.

Rebecca:  I cannot tell you how great it is to finally read about someone who believes as I do.  There have also been times... not many... but times when I have felt I have received excellent customer or personal service... either on the phone, or in person at a store.

The most recent was about three weeks ago when I stopped at a newly-opened Best Buy store.  I needed three things... a memory stick for my camera, a DVD that I had trouble finding, and a connection cord for my computer.  I am not what you would call a techie, so I needed help. 

Even though this Best Buy had only been open about two weeks, I ended up being helped by three extremely helpful members of their staff.  When I was checking out, I asked the cashier to call the store manager for me.  She did... although the cashier had a very "worried" look on her face.  When the manager came up to the front, I told her all about the great service I had just been given.  I tried to describe the three staff members who waited on me, and then asked the manager if she could call those three people to come to her.

She did, and in front of the manager and each individual staff member of the three who waited on me, I told the manager what great service these three gave me, and then thanked the manager for having each of them "on her team."  What a great feeling... for everyone involved.  One of the three staff members was near tears.  The other two were just beaming.  The manager almost seemed visibly shaken that I would take the time to do that.  Needless to say... it was a very memorable visit.

Yes... taking the time to compliment people in front of their supervisors is extremely important.  Rebecca... thank you for what you did with your laptop person and her boss, and also thank you for sharing it with us.  I just wanted you to know that you were not alone in doing things like this.  Rebecca... just think... together you and I, and others like us, can change the world.  Thanks again for sharing.  Take care.

Comment balloon 65 commentsKaren Anne Stone • June 17 2008 11:50PM

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Great job Karen.  In the last few months, I have told managers about great service I received--one place I actually drove back to (I had only gone about a block) walked back in and made a point of complimenting one of the employees.  When I asked for the manager, the clerk also had a look of panic on her face... The manager was glowing when I left and I think the other employees had a feeling of doing a better job for the next customer! 

It takes so little to make someone's day.  I agree, you don't have to bend over backwards, but a little extra effort can make such a difference!  Pay it forward, with a smile!

Posted by Tamara Perlman (Referral Network Inc.) over 9 years ago

What a nice thing you did. Those hard working people likely will remember that day for a very long time.

Posted by Bob & Carolin Benjamin, East Phoenix Arizona Homes (Benjamin Realty LLC) over 9 years ago

Tamara:  Thanks so much for your kind comments.  It really takes so little to make other people know we care.  Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Carolin:  I think it was especially important in that it was such a new store.  Opening a store can be such a stressful thing.  After seeing the looks on the managers and the three staff menbers faces... I just felt so good... all day long.  Thanks for your kind words.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

If you haven't seen the movie "Pay It Forward" you should.

Posted by David Bennett, Yorba Linda Real Estate (Tarbell, Realtors) over 9 years ago

Hi Karen Anne,

Loved this post, thanks for the nice reminder. It's something I do every now and then, yet obviouly not enough.

Posted by Lynda Eisenmann, Broker-Owner,CRS,CDPE,GRI,SRES, Brea,CA, Orange Co (Preferred Home Brokers) over 9 years ago

Karen, we can't wait for others to change the world; just a little time and thoughtfulness can make a big difference.  Your kind words will be long remembered by those team members.

Posted by Norma Toering Broker for Palos Verdes and Beach Cities, Palos Verdes Luxury Homes in L.A. (Charlemagne International Properties) over 9 years ago

David:  I have seen the movie "Pay It Forward" many times.  I think it should be shown on prime time on the national non-cable channels.  I have not seen it on TV in a long time.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Lynda:  You are quite welcome.  Not to worry... I don't do it often enough myself.  I, too, need to try harder.  Take care... thanks for sharing.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Norma:  I know we cannot wait for "others" to do it.  And, "they" might be the ones waiting for "us" to do it... LOL.  We need to take the initiative and... Just Do It.  Thanks so much for your kind words.  I am also hoping that those four people from Best Buy will go out and do the same thing for others.  What a great thing to have multiply !  Thanks for your kind words.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Karen...How wonderful that you are conscientious and taking the time to give credit where credit is due.  Handwritten notes to their supervisors are also nice, especially when they don't know they are coming....Keep paying it forward ;)

Posted by TODD PICCONI - FREE STAGING, Your #1 Choice for Southern California Real Estate (TODD PICCONI REAL ESTATE) over 9 years ago

Todd:  I have always believed that if I am not part of the solution, than I am part of the problem.  I choose... whenever I can... to be "part of the solution."  Thanks for your kind words.  Take care...

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

I know that the if the service is a problem I will try to talk to the person or a supervisor.  If I get superior service I always try to point it out to a manager too.

Quite a while ago I had sent a letter to the president of a stock brokerage because my stock broker had gone way out of her way to take care of something for me.  She got very nervous when people from the president's office came to see her.  She was pleasantly surprised and very grateful.  She was new in the business and I didn't even know it.

All the best!

Posted by Kevin O'Shea, White Plains, NY Real Estate (Coldwell Banker) over 9 years ago

Kevin:  Along those same lines... I could tell from the look on the Store Manager's face as she was walking towards me after being called up to the front... that she was expecting to be scolded about something or other.  I pretty much knew that would be the case before I even saw here... because people usually only call the manager to complain.  So... the fact that my praise was so unexpected to her made it even that much more fun on my part... knowing what a surprise it would be.  Take care...

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Something else to keep in mind.  People like cashiers and people involved in basic services that are intrinsic to our lives are virtually "invisible" to most people.  Does it really hurt to be NICE offer a "hello" or "thank you?" Why is that so tough?  Sometimes I think the people with the most awful jobs need acknowledgment the most.  They also respond really well to it...probably because they are only used to getting complaints.

 

Posted by Ruthmarie Hicks (Keller Williams NY Realty - 120 Bloomingdale Road #101, White Plains NY 10605) over 9 years ago

KarenAnne, that was so cool, I am quite sure you made their day. To be praised in front of your boss is a emotional high that you can live on for weeks. It is sorta like the letters we get from clients we just sold a home too, makes my day.

Posted by Missy Caulk, Savvy Realtor - Ann Arbor Real Estate (Missy Caulk TEAM) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne, wonderful!  So many people spend hours complaining about bad service but don't take the few minutes it requires to praise good service.  Kudos to you!  You can help change the world by acting this way.

Posted by Brian Block, Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate (RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President) over 9 years ago

I'm with you on this one. I can sense when someone in a customer service role is having a bad day and I always try to find a reason to give them a boost by appreciating whatever it is they've done for me by recognizing it outloud. Amazing the power we have to transform another. From that point on, that person will give everyone else a better experience because they feel so much better about themselves.

Posted by Jennifer Monroe, Real Estate REALTOR®/Broker in Beautiful Charlotte (Savvy + Company Real Estate) over 9 years ago

Having held various customer service positions earlier in life, I tend to be very mindful of what kind of service I receive now.  Good service always deserves a compliment.  If I receive bad service, I will not go back.  I have never been disappointed at Best Buy and many employees there have spent a lot of time and gone out of their way to be helpful.

I am so impressed that you went so far above and beyond to make sure that the people that helped you got recognized -- you are a gem, Karen Anne!  I will keep that in mind and try to take an extra step myself. 

Posted by Elaine Hanson, REALTOR - Topanga, CA Real Estate Agent (Partners Trust Real Estate) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne,

 

I love that you posted your comment as a blog post;-)  Awesome to spread the word and make others think about giving recognition.  Now that's the way to pay it forward:-)

Posted by Rebecca Levinson, Real Estate Marketing and Online Advertising Consultant (Real Skillz-Clear Marketing for Your Real Estate Vision) over 9 years ago

 Hi Karen, I absolutely love this post and what you did at Best Buy. Usually the only time someone would ask to speak with a manager is to whine or complain, it's sooooooooooo nice to give positive feedback to balance our occasional negative experiences. I hope this inspires anyone reading it to do the same when they have a chance. Later...

Posted by marti garaughty, a highly caffeinated creative type... (garaughty.com) over 9 years ago

Ruthmarie:  I agree with you.  Cashiers and other front-end service personnel often take the brunt of the customer's frustration, and rarely get any "pat's on the back."

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Missy:  I know that being praised in front of one's boss is such a rare thing, and can have such a major impact on people.  At first I talked to the manager about the great service, and she said she'd "pass it on."  I wasn't sure about that... and I wasn't even sure she knew who the actual individuals I was talking about were.  So... I asked her if we could go for a walk and actually find those people... which we did.

Missy... it was so cool to see the looks on the faces of these people.  I pretty much floated out of the store myself... in that it made me feel so good, too.  Thanks for your kind words.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Brian:  I honestly feel we really can change the world by the way we act.  I have another whole theory that I made part of my life/behaviour after listening to Dr Wayne Dyer on PBS one evening.  I think I will make it the subject of a blog post fairly soon after this one... to tie them together.  Thanks for your kind words.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Jennifer:  What you say is so very true.  Making someone else's day by giving them a compliment is actually giving a start to what sometimes can be a long train of positive actions that can bring about positive results in the lives of all whom it touches.  As you say, it is amazing the power that each of us has to transform the lives of others... and also, by doing so, to transform our own lives as well.  Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Elaine:  I think that partially because of how the economy seems to be worsening, so many people are just so more "on edge"... and with this in mind... oftentimes personal crabbiness can become an epidemic.  It is at times like these especially that we should be mindful of the positive effect we can have upon others.

I just knew after first talking with the manager that she was not really sure which employees I meant... so that is when I asked her to walk with me into their departments so we could find them... which we did :)  Elaine, it was just so very cool walking up to these people with the manager at my side... and knowing they were expecting to be fussed at... and then showering them with praise about how well they treated me.  It was a feeling for all of us, myself included, that was just too cool for words.  Thanks so much for your kind words... take care...

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Rebecca:  Your great post started this, and I just had to start off my post with a compliment to you, and a link back to your post.  Thanks for inspiring me... and keep up the great work with your posts.  Take care... :)

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

marti... I must admit I went into Best Buy that day feeling really, really low.  I had been having just a really bad day, with no prospects of it getting any better.  Then... Best Buy... the three helpful folks... and it just started to snowball.  I thought... I really need to spread the word about how great these three people made me feel.  I felt they really cared about taking personal care of me... so how could I do anything else but return the favor... and magnify the effect.

There are many different ways that most if not all of the religions and philosophies of the world have of expressing "what goes around, comes around" or "do unto others as you would have them do unto you", or the thought of "karma"... or even the wiccan "rule of three" which is... "whatever you send out into the world... good or evil... will somehow return to you threefold."  We as individuals, and as a whole people, can either be a personal force for good... or for "not so good."  We have that choice... it is only up to us.  Marti... thanks so much for your kind words.  Take care...

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Karen--I too read Rebecca's post today and feel the same way...Too many people take time to complain. If only more would take time to thank people for great service, the world would be a better place.

Posted by Teri Eckholm, REALTOR Serving Mpls/St Paul North & East Metro (Boardman Realty) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne.....your post almost had me in tears.  It takes so little time to pay a compliment like that to people and it has long lasting results.

Posted by Pam Winterbauer, "Providing Blue Ribbon Service" (Pam Winterbauer Real Estate) over 9 years ago

It is so true that a kind word or a little positive reenforcement can make a huge difference.  It all goes back to treating others like we want to be treated.  Such a small thing ---- but has a HUGE impact.  Thanks for sharing.  :)

Posted by Carol Smith (Casmi Photography) over 9 years ago

I agree wholeheartedly, we need to do this more.  I have taken the time to write a letter or email praising someones service to their supervisor or manager and it felt good to reward the caring service they gave to me.

Posted by Hope Goss, Ventura Real Estate (Ventura Property Shoppe) over 9 years ago

Congratulations on becoming a featured post.  You rock!

Posted by Pam Winterbauer, "Providing Blue Ribbon Service" (Pam Winterbauer Real Estate) over 9 years ago

Very nice post to read early this morning, and I appreciate the reminder to show more appreciation for the many things I am thankful for.

Posted by Susie Blackmon, Ocala, Horses, Western Wear, Horse Farms, Marketing over 9 years ago

Karen Anne, it's really fun to make someone's day, and you certainly did that for the Best Buy staffers.  Wish they'd come to work in their DC store!

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) over 9 years ago

Great way to pay it forward.  Yes too many times we complain but don't take the time to applaud

Posted by Russ Ravary ~ Metro Detroit Realtor call (248) 310-6239, Michigan homes for sale ~ yesmyrealtor@gmail.com (Real Estate One) over 9 years ago

Karen,

One thing I wish would happen more in FL is customer service. I have always wanted to come up with a company that serves as an outsourcing company that only caters the best service. Unfortunately FL is notorious for the opposite...I'd rather have better service and pay a bit more. I always say that when I receive great service that that person should be compensated for the excellant service but it really is hard to find that diamond in the ruff. And it doesn't have to be something extrodinary...just trying their best is good enough for me.

Posted by Neal Bloom, Realtor CRS-Weston FL Real Estate (eXp Realty) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne:  I love doing things like that.  I've been dealing with the public since  I can remenber, and supervisors rarely hear good news and compliments.  It's just as important to point out a job well done, as it is to point out a terrible experience.

Posted by Chris Ann Cleland, Associate Broker, Northern VA (Long and Foster REALTORS®, Gainesville, VA) over 9 years ago

Hey Anne...how about helping us jump on the THEM THEM day band wagon ?  See my Blog:

http://www.activerain.com/blogsview/550850/Hey-AR-How-About

Some of us have written to the "Rain God and Goddesses" and are hoping we can put AR and Realtors front and center in the public's eye...and do all the good that we are all capable of doing !

Posted by Sally K. & David L. Hanson, WI Realtors - Luxury - Divorce - Short Sale (Keller Williams 414-525-0563) over 9 years ago

It is always refreshing to hear of stories like this. It really does make a difference. I guess we just all have to stay vigilant and look for the positives and remember how one good or bad comment or action can effect a lot of people down the line.

Posted by Anonymous over 9 years ago

Your story was so nice to read. I am sure those employees were beaming because so many times in retail they are treated so horrible by so many. I will send a card to a manager - fill out a survey at a restaurant and send emails to supervisors when I have received good service.

Posted by Jo Soss, HOMEFRONT Realty @ LAKE Roosevelt - Stevens County (HOMEFRONT Realty) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne--

All the responses to this are so encouraging.  It's nice to know that so many people out there are already doing this!  Thanks again for a great post. 

Posted by Tamara Perlman (Referral Network Inc.) over 9 years ago

This is how society's change -- one individual action at a time.    Appreciated your thoughts!

 

Li

Posted by Li Read over 9 years ago

Yep!  It's kinda' like pickin' that penny up, turning it over so it's heads up - and then sayin' a small prayer as you're leaving it for the next guy to pick up.

Posted by Eleanor Thorne, Equity Resources 919-649-5058 (Equity Resources) over 9 years ago

Yep!  It's kinda' like pickin' that penny up, turning it over so it's heads up - and then sayin' a small prayer as you're leaving it for the next guy to pick up.

Posted by Eleanor Thorne, Equity Resources 919-649-5058 (Equity Resources) over 9 years ago

Great post, and so very true.

People are usually very quick to complain, but oh so slow to compliment!

Posted by Stewart Penn - BRE# 01339266, Stewart Penn - Associate Broker (Windermere Real Estate - Palm Springs) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne, I love these kind of pay it forward stories. Compliments send wonderful ripples out into the world where people in turn are kind to someone else.

Posted by Gary Woltal, Assoc. Broker Realtor SFR Dallas Ft. Worth (Keller Williams Realty) over 9 years ago

Karen Ann, I just love Rebecca and commented on that post as well.  You are right, it is important to give folks positive praise when they deserve it.  I think the positive reinforcement makes them work harder and with better attitudes.  Besides, we all need to know when we are doing well.

Posted by Audrey June-Forshey, GRI, Gaithersburg, MD (RE/MAX Realty Services) over 9 years ago

Congratulations on that gold star.  It sounds like you made the day for those three employees and their manager!

Posted by Margaret Woda, Maryland Real Estate & Military Relocation (Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne, this is something I missed during the past couple of days and a terrific post.  And it's just like you to do something so kind and thoughtful!

Posted by Eric Kodner, Wayzata Lakes Realty: Twin Cities, Madeline Island (Wayzata Lakes Realty: Eric Kodner Sells Twin Cities Homes) over 9 years ago

Karen, we can all learn from you.  I will think of you, and follow your lead, the next time I receive terrific service.

When are you coming to Ohio?  I told you I'd love to meet you and you didn't respond, so now I have a complex. 

Chris

 

Posted by Christine Hart Howlett, Keller Williams Greater Cleveland NE (Painesville and Eastern Lake County) over 9 years ago

Hi Christine:  Please don't have a complex... I'd love to meet you. We could have lunch, and I would even ask if we could spend some time together so you could catch me up on all that has happened in Lake County since I left.

Right now, I am thinking of coming up to the Mentor area perhaps some time in July... although nothing is sure yet.  I might even push it to September, so my plans are very much open to change.  Sooo... hey, you silly goose... I'm looking forward to meeting you.  Not to worry.  Take care... let's keep in touch.    Karen Anne

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Teri:  Yes, I agree.  We all need to work together to make this world a better place.

Pam:  Knowing that my post almost brought you to tears just gives me that much more of an idea of what a sweetie you are.  And... thanks for the congrats about this becoming a featured post.  I did not even notice it until you mentioned it.  It must have happened a day or two after I posted it originally.

Carol:  Yes... it is all so easy.  Just treat others as you wold wish they would treat you.  And thank you for sharing, too.  Hope all is going well with your plans.  :)

Hope:  Doing things that make others feel good most definitely feels just as good for the person doing the good deed as it does for the one receiving it... sometimes even better.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Susie:  I am so glad I helped start off your morning on such a positive note.  That is nice to hear.  Thanks for sharing.

Patricia:  You have the power to create that sort of attitude in your own Best Buy store.  All you need is just one person going out of their way for you, and you can build on that... just like I did.  Go for it.  Don't simply "wish" it were true... make it true.  :)  And... I want it on video... LOL.

Russ:  Yes... giving others applause only serves to bring on more applause down the road for others.

Neal:  I am sorry you find Florida so lacking in good customer service.  The best place I know of where I can count on great service is Nordstrom.  I am rarely disappointed when I shop there.  Try it.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Chris Ann:  Actually, spending time focussing on simply finding people to be nice to can be an incredible source of personal therapy.  I find that doing that never fails to lift my own spirits.  So wow... you make the world a better place, and get cheap therapy, too.  What a concept !

Sally:  Nice to see you also mention the Active Rain "Goddesses."  Those darn AR "Gods" seem to get all the publicity.  :)

Anon:  We really need to always be aware of the power each of us has to make the world a better place.  It really takes so little to bring about change like this.  All we have to do... is "do it."

Jo:  Sending cards and filling out store survey forms is a great idea.  Any way we can effect positive change is such a great thing.  Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Tamara:  Yes, I am really enthused about all the responses and great stories this post have brought out.  There really are a lot of us out there trying to spread goodness and positive feelings.  It is so easy to miss that with all that is going on in the world these days.  :)

Li:  Yes... the action of just one person can start such a positive movement for change and happiness.  And each time that "one person" spreads their happiness... it inspires many, many others to do the same.  It can be very powerful.

Deborah:  Yes, all it really takes is having the will power to put our own selves in a positive-enough mindset to start chain-reactions like this.  And yes, enriching the lives of others definitely enriches our own lives.  Thanks for your kind words.

Eleanor:  There are just so many things we can do to bring a feeling of being cared for to others.  And, we all have that power within us.  All it takes is reaching out.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Stewart:  Just think what effect we could have on this world today if each and every one who read and or commented on this post actually went out into their world today and paid this post forward.  What a powerful force for positive change.

Gary:  Yes, if each of us keeps the chain going, the positive effect on people can be endless.  But... we just have to make sure we continue the chain.  :)

Audrey:  Sure... giving people compliments makes them work harder... but it also has even more of a positive effect when each of these people carry on the momentum of good feelings by doing that very same thing to others.  Keep the ball rolling... so to speak.

Margaret:  I am sure I really did "make the day" for those three people and their manager.  But what the four of them are probably not aware of... is that my doing it gave me such a positive feeling that I just "floated" for the rest of the day.  Doing the right thing affects both the do-ee and the do-er.

Eric:  Your kind thoughts are so welcome.  There is just so much negative going on in the world... that just makes it all that more necessary that we all just get "out there" and start and continue to make positive changes.  We really have so little clue as to the personal power each of us has to bring about good in this world.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

KAREN ANNE, That was GREAT!  I usually can't even find someone to help me at a BEST BUY and here you had 3 great employees helping you.  I think there also must be someone in management who is doing a good job.

Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 9 years ago

Marchel:  I also think that when I am in a store, or wherever, and am asking someone to help me with something, or to solvea problem for me, it has always worked much better for me if I do it in such a way that the person helping me really feels that they are helping me.  I have found that if I help them feel good about helping me, and let them know how much their help has meant t me... funny thing, but... everybody wins.  Marchel... thanks so much for your kind comments.  Take care...

As far as 3 great employees... the store had only been open for less than two weeks.  The "kids..." all three of them, were still all excited simply about even having a job.  When I let them know how much their help would mean to me if they could solve my lil problem... it all turned into a fun "win-win" situation.  Then, my getting together with their manager, and each of the three of them... one by one... was the icing on the cake.  It was sooo cool.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Karen, How wonderful that you took the time to compliment in public and in front of everyone! This is the kind of stuff that greatness is made of. You are so special..

 

Posted by Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 9 years ago

Margaret:  Thank you for your very kind comment.  And... coming from someone like you, that makes it even better.  Take care...

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

Karen, I think this post shows your true colors! And they are all pretty!

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Posted by Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 9 years ago

Margaret:  I have never seen a "color wheel" like that.  The colors are absolutely gorgeous.  And thank you so much for your very kind comments both about my post, and about me.  Makes me feel warm and fuzzy.  Thanks so much :)

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 9 years ago

SOOOOOO true Karen.  I know you are known for your exemplary service and that is why I love to work with you!!!

Posted by Sara K. Braden (Bloomfield Homes) over 9 years ago

Karen Anne, Just knew I had to find a special color wheel for you. Enjoyed our conversation so much today. You have so much to share.

Glad you got to hear my birds singing.

Posted by Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 9 years ago

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