Current and Former Homes

Posted February 12, 2017 by Brenda

Love sketching for clients who are moving into a new home from a smaller starter home. When the former home was purchased, it was just two people, now the house is bursting a the seams with family.  They wanted a larger piece of property with a fence, more elbow room for the kids and a […] Read more...

A HUGE Home

Posted July 18, 2016 by Brenda

Wow!  This new construction home is quite large! So many features in this home-Ranch home future space on 2nd floor. 3 car garage w/porte cochere to attach to 4th. 2 wood burning fireplaces and 3rd gas opening to master bath and bedroom. Extensive trim throughout, gourmet kitchen, wide hallway with stone arches. Oversized tiled screened […] Read more...

No Place Like Home

Posted July 18, 2016 by Brenda

This sweet home is in the middle of a bustling small town, among the auto tire store, the E-cig store, the car wash and a State Farm Agent. Since 1947, this small abode just sat and the owners refused to sell.  I truly respect her decision, being so quaint and homey. There IS no place […] Read more...

Vermont Home

Posted July 18, 2016 by Brenda

This lovely home is in Vermont.  When the client sent me the pictures, there was three feet of snow on the ground.  I had to be creative with the landscaping! Snap a shot of the place you used to live an I can help you remember your past!! Brenda Priest Read more...

Banners on Sale

Posted June 17, 2016 by Brenda

I will have an inventory of banners to sell at the Holly Springs Center Street Market, adjacent to the Holly Springs Farmers Market.  My booth will be the third Saturday of each month, 8:30am to 12:30pm.  This is a GREAT chance to meet me, the artist and to get your banner hand signed too! Brenda […] Read more...

NFL Philadelphia Eagles – Veterans Stadium

Posted July 9, 2014 by Brenda

Philadelphia Eagles Veterans Stadium was opened in 1971 with an audience of 55,352.  Entertainer Mike Douglas sang The Star-Spangled Banner before the game.  The final game was September 28, 2003 where the Phillies lost to the Atlanta Braves.  The stadium was imploded March 21, 2004, within 62 seconds. Devotion – Although the method may vary, […] Read more...