Those close to me know that during this week of Christmas I donâ€™t like to give out advice or write about business. Instead, itâ€™s my opportunity to talk about the blessings in life, to thank you for your loyal readership and to wish you the happiest of holidays.
This year was a special year for the Polimino family as we welcomed our second child into the fold. Malia Daniella Grace Polimino was born March 19th at 9:30 p.m., precisely the same time of day her brother Micah was born. I canâ€™t tell you how blessed I feel to have two healthy children. People often want to know what I do on my off time or for pleasure. I tell them only one thing makes me truly happy, and thatâ€™s to hang out and play with my wife and kids. Christmas is special in our house. We make a big deal about it, and thereâ€™s nothing more heart-warming than to see the magic of the holiday through the eyes of my kids.
Itâ€™s been a fantastic year writing this real estate column. I always enjoy hearing from you, my readers. Your questions are terrific and have prompted me to keep learning. I was told by someone associated with the newspaper agency that my column gets a lot of positive feedback and has a solid following. Obviously that wouldnâ€™t have happened without you. Thank you. Also a big thanks to the Denver Newspaper Agency for giving me the opportunity to succeed, to my brokerage firm Fuller Sothebyâ€™s International Realty and to my loyal clients who trust me to help them buy and sell their homes.
Finally, as you know from reading this column Iâ€™m a positive person who believes whole-heartedly in expecting good things, thinking life-affirming thoughts, and dwelling not on problems, but rather on solutions. Itâ€™s my prayer for you that 2009 will be your best year yet. That you will feel greater health than youâ€™ve ever known, reap greater financial prosperity and that youâ€™ll walk in greater peace. God bless you, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.