The month of September has many different meanings. Maybe it’s your birthday month (if it is, you’re lucky to have sapphire as your birthstone). Maybe you’re excited about the Fall season being right around the corner (I am currently sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while writing this). For me, and most Southerners, September means FOOTBALL SEASON! Yes sir, the sweet season of football is upon us so it’s time to get your jerseys out and put those tailgate recipes you’ve been Pinteresting all off season to good use because its time for family, friends, and FOOTBALL!
Todd and I love football so much that he built a brick patio and fire pit (with my dad) for the sole purpose of watching football. It’s great being able to sit around the fire, entertain guests, and watch football outside.
(Even though, as you can see, Miss Gracie thinks it’s another place for her to nap)
Some of my favorite childhood memories revolve around watching football with my family…they were mostly of my grandfather and father yelling at the television. Even if you are not a fan of football, it is still a great time to spend with friends and family. I have a few friends who don’t give a hoot about football games and rivalries but they always show up to get-togethers for the laughs and memories.
I have quite a few clients who are avid football fans and I enjoy finding out where their allegiance lies. Why? Well, for a couple reasons…1. It’s another way for me to connect with them. One of the things I love about my job is connecting with my clients on both a professional level as well as a personal one. 2. Football paraphernalia make GREAT housewarming gifts. What football fan wouldn’t love a brand new house flag from their favorite Realtor?
And last but certainly, not least, the Fall season is a great time to visit Charleston. If you’re thinking of relocating to Charleston or investing in a second home, it’s a great time to come and enjoy everything this city has to offer without frantically searching for AC. Are you thinking of visiting Charleston? Feel free to email or call me for the inside scoop of some fun things to do!