On average it only snows in Spring Texas every 4 years that means anytime we do get snow it is a BIG deal. Even an outside chance of snow becomes front page news in the Houston Chronicle newspaper.
Today our weatherman’s predictions of snow came true and with it a record was broken. December 4th, 2009 will now be recorded as the earliest date on which snowfall occurred in Spring Texas.
All afternoon we were treated to a beautiful scene of snowfall. At times it was just a few flurries dancing around in the wind and at other times it was so heavy that it reminded me of the many winters I lived through in Illinois.
This evening the snowfall has stopped. The streets and sidewalks are wet but other than a few remaining snow flakes there is no accumulation. There is not enough snow to build a fort or have a snow ball fight nor is there enough snow to make a snowman or a snow angel and for many people in Spring Texas I am sure it is a disappointment. But not for me. I experienced too many cold and blistery winters growing up in the Midwest and I don’t want to experience any more.
Tomorrow the weather forecast is for a high of 51 degrees, sunshine, and no snow. Now that’s the kind of winter I like and if it nevers snows again in Spring Texas that will be just fine with me.
Jill is as professional as they come in the business. My wife and I moved from California after job relocation... read moreJill is as professional as they come in the business. My wife and I moved from California after job relocation and selected Jill after reviewing her website and learning more than we thought about the Houston area.
When we met Jill, she first came across as honest, professional, and caring. She lived up to the expectation. She helped guide us in choosing the best community, SummerWood, for our situation. Jill was never pushy, impatient or unprofessional when we turned down several homes which fit our initial description. Several times we moved the goal line and changed our preferences and each time time Jill asked for clarification, gave us a professional opinion and went to work.
Our home closed before we could arrive in Houston and Jill kept our key and ensured we were catered to until we moved to Houston.
When we thought were were going to have problems with closing before my assignment started, it was Jill who went ahead and researched temporary housing for us (without me asking). She worked with our lender and represented our interests until we could arrive in Houston.
When we did move in, we got a welcome mat at our front door, gift card to a restaurant, and a list of vendors we would need to begin life in Houston.
My wife and I definitely view Jill as the Realtor to work with. She is friendly, intelligent, and she dresses nice too. Too much to list, all around nice lady. Met her husband too and I'm still trying to decide who is nicer. read less