Jo Breneman:  

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Kinzers, PA

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Life My Pets Freckles is an English Setter, white with liver-colored spots. She's the runt of the litter and dingy as they come. She'll stand and wait silently, all day for a bird to fly from a nest or run back and forth at the fenceline barking at other animals, as if to say, "Hey, you, come in here and play with humans lock me in my kennel all alone everyday when they go to work." "'Sides that, they walk upright on their hind legs, sit at a table to eat and expect me to shower with them." My Job Never dull! Helping people from far and near to sort through the home buying and or selling process is interesting and engaging. Solving "homesickness" is challenging and fun and clearly hard work! When you need help to buy or sell, I can help you find a competent real estate professional in your area. Please call me without hesitation for such referral costs you nothing and saves you gobs of time and energy and possibility of disappointment! I'm in the business full time and know what questions to ask to get you the kind of service you deserve!! 509.539.7144 Toll free: 888.323.7868, ext. 4317 School My biggest crush? Hmmm...there was a guy Joe Somebody who attended Willow Street Vo-Tech School when I did. It was all about how hansome he was and nothing necessarily to do with his wits, brains or integrity! (that's probably typical for a teenager, though) Joe Whoever wasn't my only lustful thought, though...years before it would have been Jerry Brackbill, who was in the class of '73. I don't know if he graduated or not, but he was a biker and his dream was my dream: to ride coast to coast by motorcycle. Crazy thing, that remains one of my dreams! To ride coast to coast on 2 wheels that is. Anoth...Expand for more
er big crush was John Kurtz. Sandy Schatzmann, Cindy Davis and others made fools of ourselves sitting in front of his just waiting for somebody to move about so we could drive that insane? The most inspirational teacher had to have been Gerz. While his classroom stuff wasn't that remarkable (at least I don't remember), he was our basketball coach and he put me on the Varsity squad my Senior year...and I was hardly worthy of the V squad in large part due to my inexperience. The 73-74 season was the only season I played basketball. I played hard and practiced harder...which is probably what got me a slot on the varsity bench...I could run some wind sprints. If I could do it all over again, would I? Would I what, go to school? Yep...but, I'd be making different choices in the energy I put out...In the 70s I was satisfied to just get by and now...well, I'm just getting by, because I never developed those super competitive, go get-em skills that are invaluable in life! If I could do by relationships over again, would I? Yep, there'd be a bunch of do overs, only different this time! Funniest, happiest and craziest? Hmmm, I think it was all a joke to me...I took little seriously and made the most of everything. Life is good. I have much for which to be thankful: excellent health, a clear mind (well?), comfortable home and awesome husband to share it, good looks, charm, wit and oh, so much more! College I was a bore in college...only went on campus to attend class and otherwise I worked and hung out with bikers and local folks. Some of it had to do with the fact that I was a non-traditional student (older than most other students) and also that I was a working woman, drawing blood in the local medical center laboratory.
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