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Man, these lines have been rolling around in my head all week.

“By Wisdom a House is Built, And Through Understanding it is Established”. (more…)

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     “Tele”It’s all the buzzword these days with the political campaigning in full tilt.  Think of it as how you appear.  What is being communicated.


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Is is absolutely crazy, yet, everywhere you turn, it will lead one to believe that we live in an entirely disposable world these days.  We race to grab the lowest price, the most readily available and/or the replica of the real thing because, hey, it’s close enough.  Stores will limit options to maximize earnings.  Products are designed to breakdown after a pre-determined length of time in order to activate a re-purchase of it’s next gen version.  The economic machine is set into full motion. (more…)

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You know, I may be a little weird.  I recognize that.  I own that fact.  You see, I was just out back opening the pool and taking great satisfaction in the process.  I find comfort in the act of restoring order to that chaotic mess.  Enjoying the evening in a tranquil, restful, easy frame of mind.  Just three days ago, it was a hibernating, murky mess and today, it is crystal clear.  I love it and now everything thing is right with my world once again.

In another arena, we’ve been spending the past couple of weekends whipping the property back into shape.  You see, we live in a wooded setting that for the most part is heavily landscaped.  And as y’all know, the storms this year have certainly taken their toll leaving a ton of debris in their wake.  So, it seems like we’ve had a continual fire going on in a corner, consuming every scrap piece of limb, trunk, trash and “whatever” we could throw in it.  Now, we can sit back and enjoy the blooms.  Once again, the yard is in order.

Can you see why a Well Composed Home resonates so much with me.  It is in the core of who I am.  It resonates deep down in my soul.  Now that I’ve become aware of this unique side to my nature, it has opened my eyes to some opportunities that are out there in the market place.  Yes, I am still building.  I will never stop building.  Hopefully, the caliber and significance of the projects that we are involved with will continue to rise and that we can be challenged in ways that we could never even imagine.  With that though, I decided to launch a new endeavor.  One in the world of staffing for positions in a variety of personal service sectors.  Thus Thrive Partners, LLC has been born.  Our primary focus is to fulfill staffing needs in the areas of Estate Managers, House Managers, Ranch Managers, Personal Assistants, Personal Chefs, Nutritionists, Groundskeepers, Personal Drivers, Domestic Staffing, Event Planners, Security Personnel, Senior Companions and yes, even Boat Captains.  (Our secondary focus is to assist in placing individuals into management positions in the residential construction market.  Restoring an industry back to its original glory).

Through our contacts and connections in the homebuilding realm with the finest trade contractors and vendors in the industry, not to mention the cream of the crop in professional managers, we feel that a natural transition for us would be to step in and fill the void of assisting homeowners in managing their properties and lives.  The world is moving at a very fast pace, and we’re here to help manage it all.

Now here’s to the great news, with only two short weeks of full operation in the books, I’m happy to report that we have three placement opportunities that we are currently working on and that we have two top-tiered candidates who have signed on looking for their dream careers.  We’ve also established two key territory reps as a part of our management team who will be actively establishing the Thrive Partners reach.  This is going to be a blast.  If you’d like to learn more about what we’re up to and how we can assist, please visit our site at ThrivePartnersLLC.com.

Here’s to a successful 2015 and a time to Thrive for all.

All My Bests,


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Poised for Action

So, what do you see?  What do you think?

How does this strike you?

Keeping things well under control.

Keeping things well under control.

I have to say, when I first saw this photo, it struck a chord deep within me.  Beauty aside, what a simple statement of order instilled.  Composure.  Such calm.  I love it.   (more…)

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Ha ~ This one totally cracked me up.  You know how in my last post, I talked about the elusive masterpieces tucked away on gracious Atlantan Lots.  Architectural gems that are hidden all around town.  Beautifully sculpted dream homes with magnificent detailing designed by abundantly talented artisans. Well, I’ve been intrigued with this one from the road for some time now.




You’d think that this is a gentleman’s farm stuck right in the heart of Buckhead.  Based off of the country feel and the regal barn, what do you suppose the main house will look?


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Welcome to Grand Ol’ Atlanta. There’s no other place like it. 75 to 100 years ago, the outlining boundary of the city was acre after acre of rolling country side. Gentleman farms for the families of the business tycoons who pioneered this burgeoning new town. It was not uncommon at all for a family to build their estate on a 60+ acre piece while their children occupied the forty acres to the south and their best friends another forty to the west. Even though the parcels have been broken down over the years, they still remain magnificent!

What this translates into is an air of privacy, of sophistication, of style that is rarely seen in any residential community, anywhere. And, one that is almost impossible to replicate.







Chalk it up to massive lots, crowned with a spectacular coverage of trees, meticulously placed homes, architectural gemstones, and what you have left is just plain Magical.




Beauty unfolding with every turn. Treasures held exclusively for family and close friends.

And, for some of us, the joy of exploration.

All my Bests,





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