A little while ago, we knew a different life. Businesses were thriving everywhere and the season was in full bloom. Spring has always been my favorite time of the year.  It’s when I’ve watched my kids play baseball and softball here in Eagle over the last 20 years.  Like many of you, my life changed when the baseball fields sat empty and the restaurants and shops that are part of our small community were closed.  ( I suddenly became the mom of two middle-school “home-schoolers”.)

I’m grateful for the client relationships that have become friends throughout the years. It is been good to slow down and take in all of the little things that life has to offer.

As I reflect on life in Eagle today,  I appreciate the increased sense of community and family interaction.  It makes me happy to see people riding bikes, walking,  and spending quality time together.  I’m thankful we live in such an amazing place where we encourage each other through uncertain times. I look forward to visiting my favorite businesses in Eagle and watching endless games of baseball and softball in the coming months.

I would love to be a resource

No matter what question you may have about Eagle, I’m happy to be a resource. I’ve so ever grateful for all the wonderful people I’ve been able to work for and will come to work for in the future. My opportunities in this business have been plentiful and there is never a moment I do not appreciate the track record of closed properties over the last 16 years. Here are a few of the successfully sold homes I’ve had the honor of representing.


(The below is a page that I’d hope would go into the next edition of the Eagle Magazine, however because of the pandemic they are postponing their late Spring issue.)