Great Tips to Sell Your Home in the Fall

Fall is the second peak season for the Brunswick County real estate business, with spring being the first. This season can be an attractive time to put your North Carolina home on the real estate market. If you’re hoping to sell your home in the next few months, all of us at Brunswickland Realty would be happy to help you with that.

Potential buyers like retirees or millennials who aren’t worried about moving after the school year has started are willing to compete for fewer homes on the market. An added benefit at this time is a faster sale. They will likely want to close before the holiday season arrives.

Following are some great tips that will make your Brunswick County home more attractive during these autumn months, so you will attract a buyer well before winter arrives.

Great Tips to Sell Your House in the Fall
1. Clean It Up
With the industry moving from a sellers’ market to a buyers’ market, you should take the extra steps to make your house look better than ever. Eliminate the clutter and safety hazards that can blow in with the wind at this time of year.

– Clear all leaves and debris from your yard, walkways and gutters.
– Mow and edge both your front and rear lawns so they look neat.
– Trim trees so unexpected winds don’t knock down branches at an inopportune time.
– Provide a doormat at your entrance so visitors can wipe their feet in case it rains.
– Wash decks and wipe down windows so they sparkle.
– Vacuum and wash down the fireplace.
– Be sure your entryway and the house is free from knick-knacks, bicycles and toys that can make your home appear cluttered.

Great Tips to Sell Your House in the Fall
2. Creating Autumn Curb Appeal
If your home’s exterior looks drab, you may want to consider painting it a warm color, planting Autumn flowers, or placing pumpkins strategically along your walkup to accent your home with color. Potential buyers will make an instant judgment when they see your home, and first impressions are powerful. Don’t be too enthusiastic with fall decorations. You don’t want to detract from the home itself. Make sure the paths and entryway well lit for your nighttime showings.

3. Keep the House Cozy
Warm up your home with a fresh coat of paint and set the thermostat at a comfortable temperature. Keep the porch lights on as the days get shorter.

Great Tips to Sell Your House in the Fall
During the day, open blinds and curtains so plenty of light illuminates the home’s interior. Use color like red, orange or golden yellow pillows to breathe new life into dull sofa or highlight a certain area of the home with a fall centerpiece.

Well-chosen embellishments can give potential buyers the impression you’ve paid attention to the smaller details of the home. Remember, there’s nothing wrong with trying to sweeten the deal with the comforting aroma of a just-baked apple pie or banana bread to leave a lasting impression.

If you’ve decided you want to sell your home before the holidays arrive, give us a call at Brunswickland Realty and we’ll set up a mutually agreeable time to sit down so we can tell you what we can do for you.

Book Your Holiday Accommodations Now!

With the turn of the seasons upon us it will be Thanksgiving before we know it. Have you decided how you’re going to spend the holiday this year? Will it be another year where you stay home and prepare a meal for your family? Or perhaps you’ll go out to share a Thanksgiving dinner this year. If you haven’t decided how to spend the holiday we have a great idea to suggest! Do something different this year and stay in one of our holiday vacation homes right here in Holden Beach, North Carolina.

Book Your Holiday Accommodations Now!
Our comfortable and affordable vacation rental properties come beautifully decorated and fully furnished with everything for a comfortable stay. Many of the kitchens in some of our Holden Beach vacation homes to be larger than what they have at home. So preparing a meal here could be so much easier!


Many of our guests return every year specifically for the purpose of celebrating Thanksgiving with their family in one of our larger vacation rentals. It’s a great tradition – one you might consider for your own family. Families make a four-day weekend of it and have a glorious time. Spending your holiday giving thanks with family at an oceanfront location in Holden Beach is something everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime.

Book Your Holiday Accommodations Now!
On the Saturday following Thanksgiving, November 26, Ocean Isle Beach kicks off their Christmas holidays with their very own Super Saturday: Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting. It starts with the Christmas Parade on Saturday, followed by the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and then Christmas Boat Flotilla and wrapping up with a big party at Sharky’s ending the super day that evening.
Residents and businesses decorate their golf carts and other vehicles for the annual Christmas Parade that starts on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. At 5 p.m. the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Causeway, on the mainland side of the bridge, across the street from the Fire Department begins. Bring your Christmas spirit and your best singing voice because this is where we get together for some caroling. Following this is the ever popular Christmas Flotilla and Party.


Why not make this one of the best Thanksgiving holidays you’ve ever had! Give us a call if we can help you with booking the perfect holiday vacation rental in Holden Beach, NC. We can be reached at 1-800-842-6949 at your convenience and we look forward to hearing from you.

Woman Reflects On Visiting Holden Beach

In 1934, Holden Beach had one road leading from the ferry dock to the “Old Hotel,” built by John Holden in 1925. It was this one road Catherine Thompson and her family traveled when she was but a few months old.

catherine thompsonCatherine Thompson, 82, of Greenville, has been coming to Holden Beach with family members since she was an infant. Her most recent trip brought her back with family to stay at Perfect Landing, a home in the 700 block of Ocean Boulevard West. From back are Thompson’s grandchildren Hoke Thompson, Christian Rockermann, Catherine Grace Thompson, Mary Pat Thompson and Camille Thompson.

Now, 82 years later, she and her family are still returning to the beach they fell in love decades ago.

Catherine Thompso, of Greenville, was born March 10, 1934 in what is now Town Creek to David and Elizabeth Traynham, where her father served as a Methodist preacher at Zion Methodist Church.

“Brunswick County was just country in those days,” she said. “I had no electricity, and we had a pump out in the yard to pump water. We used what I called Aladdin lamps, and our windows had no screens.”

Thompson’s family did have one thing most in Brunswick County didn’t have at that time: a car.

“My dad and the doctor were about the only two people who had cars,” she said. “People traveled by wagon and mules.”
And while life may have varied for members of Zion Methodist Church, one event that brought them together every year was the church’s picnic every summer held in Holden Beach.

When Thompson was 18 months old, her family moved to Caswell County, near the Virginia line, but that didn’t stop them from still making an annual trip down to Holden Beach — a rather treacherous journey at that time, she said.

“We had to bring all of our provisions because there were no stores down there,” she said. “To get to Holden Beach, we came from the main highway, and there was one road that came down to Holden Beach, and that road was somewhere in the area of Stone Chimney Road (now), and it was all sand. There were two creeks that we had to drive through to get here.”

Thompson said the family was mostly able to stay in the ruts on the road created for them to drive on, but just in case the sand was too much, planks could be found on the side of the sandy roads to be slipped under wheels. Once the car was in neutral it could be lifted up and eventually freed from the earth’s clutches.

Once the arduous trip on land was over, the trip across the Intracoastal Waterway began with the car being pulled across on a ferry that operated on hooks and ropes.

What awaited the family during those days on the other side of the ferry ride was mostly wild land, save for one road that led to one hotel, known as the Old Hotel, run by Luther Holden, originally built in 1926, near the site of what is now Mermaid’s Island Grill.

Thompson said she remembered Holden selling small knickknacks on the first flood of the hotel on tiny shelves and food items including Saltine crackers and small sausages. An icebox held drinks for guests, with a machine to collect the caps off the bottles once they were popped off for customers.

Hotel rooms were small, with a bed and ironing board provided. A small kitchen in the building held a long table and benches for eating, an oil stove and another icebox. Water had to be pumped up to the kitchen through a wooden pipe. This pump also provided water for beachgoers who wanted to clean themselves; it was the only way to bathe. For restrooms, the hotel had two outside “Johnny Houses,” or outhouses.

Thompson said she can remember technology progressing at the hotel a few years later, in 1939, when Holden built a wooden tank to collect rainwater that could be used for bathing.

“He had a sort of system, and the idea was to catch rain and the sunshine would warm the water, so you could get the sand off with the water that was not as cold as the water coming out of the ground,” she said. “That was really a modern improvement.”

For entertainment, Thompson and her fellow young beachgoers, when not splashing about in the waves, also liked to play among the sand dunes.

“These sand dunes were like mountains,” she said.

She would also collect seashells and bring them back to put on shelves. Today, she has shelves full of seashells in her Greenville home.

“I (also) have glass jars filled with olive shells and some conch shells. They’re beautiful,” she said.

World War II stopped the family from returning to Holden Beach, but after Thompson married Methodist preacher Emerson Thompson and the two began having children, they began to discuss the possibility of returning to Holden Beach. The Thompsons and Emerson’s sister and brother-in-law, Betty and Alan Baldwin, and their children, Cathy Thompson and Al Jr., made their way back to the island in 1962 — this time by high rise bridge.

And this time, the family rented a good-sized cottage known as Blackman Cottage with three bedrooms and a bathroom that was indoors.

As the Thompson and Baldwin families grew, they continued their vacations to Holden Beach. Now Thompson’s three children, Cathy Thompson, Emerson Thompson III and David Thompson, with their own children — seven in all — try to continue the tradition to this day.

“I’ve enjoyed vacationing with my children, to see them grow and now my grandchildren (grow),” Catherine said. “And my brother-in-law and sister-in-law are just a couple of houses down. It’s just a good time … to get us all together. We love our family and we love the tradition of the children getting together.”

Catherine’s children shared their own memories of their family vacations to Holden Beach. Emerson III remembered being hired to sweep the sand from the mini golf area, but only for one summer because of how arduous it was. The three also remembered the sound the bridge connecting Holden Beach to the mainland would make when it needed to pivot apart to let pleasure boats through. Old Lyle’s Bait Shop provided them with bait and ice cream, which they would eat while watching boats go by. Surfside Pavilion provided a place for the kids to shoot pool or read magazines. An old Civil War Blockade Runner was visible during low tide, and they would watch people stand on the ruins as they cast their fishing lines.

In 1969 the family shelled out a fortune to rent a black and white TV to watch the moon landing, which Catherine said cost about as much as a house rental at the time.

While much has changed of Holden Beach, much is still the same, Emerson III said.

“Even though it’s grown, it’s kept its character and is the same culture now as it was back then, which is important,” he said.

The memories are now spilling into a new generation, with Catherine’s grandchildren sharing their own.

David’s daughter, 16-year-old Mary Pat Thompson of Kitty Hawk, said one of her earliest memories was running around as a 5- or 6-year-old in one of the Holden Beach homes the family rented as the fireworks burst in the air, and eating candy from Sandman’s Candyland under the Holden Beach Bridge.

“So that’s super fun, being with everyone,” she said. “Being down here fills you with memories of all the years past, and just getting to be with everyone. That’s the best part of coming to Holden Beach. We’ve been coming here forever—we’ve never deviated.”

Emerson III’s daughter, 17-year-old Camille Thompson of Charlotte, said one of her earliest memories was making sand cakes with Mary Pat.

“We would make the best sand cakes,” she said.
Mary Pat agreed, and said it’s nice to see all of her cousins and other family members, including Catherine, who everyone all calls “My Momma,” under one roof.

“Holden Beach is such a part of our lives,” she said.

Source: Brunswick Beacon

Enjoying Your Baby’s First Beach Vacation

Going on a beach vacation with a baby is not like when you went as a couple or even as it is with older children in tow. Chances are if you have older children you’ve already navigated these waters but for those who haven’t, we have some excellent tips to help you and your baby have an enjoyable and safe time on your baby’s first beach vacation.

How to Enjoy Your Baby's First Beach Vacation
With some advance planning, a beach vacation with your baby will be a pleasant and fun-filled time. As long as your baby’s basic needs are met they will be content to go anywhere you’re going. Keep them on their usual eating and sleeping schedules and they’ll be happy.

Some vacation rentals come with baby equipment (cribs, highchairs, play yards, etc.) at no extra charge. When you’re considering the different rentals look at the list of amenities to make sure equipment for your baby’s comfort is available. If not, you’ll need to either bring your own, rent the equipment locally or choose a different rental property.
How to Enjoy Your Baby's First Beach Vacation
Here are some tips that will come in useful for your baby’s first beach vacation.

  • When to travel. Schedule your flight during your baby’s nap time. Walk and play with the baby while in the airport. The more energy you exert in the airport will be less energy the baby exerts while in the air.
  • Stay on schedule. While you’re on vacation be sure to maintain the same schedule you and the baby are on at home. That means the time you wake up and go to sleep, the time you eat meals, and when nap time is.
  • Bring favorites. Bring your baby’s favorite stuffed animals, a special blanket, pacifier and whatever toys they’re used to having around them.
  • Ask first. Does the rental where you’ll be staying provide sleeping arrangements for babies? Ask about car seats from the car rental agency, too.
  • Stay calm. Don’t stress out getting ready for your trip. Stay calm, move slowly, and it will help the baby to stay relaxed as well.
  • Less is more. Don’t over stimulate your baby. Provide a quiet and comfortable space for them to take their naps. Afternoon naps improve the chances of a quality evening.
  • Use sunscreen. When you’re on a beach vacation be sure to keep the baby out of the midday sun. Use hats, lightweight clothing and sun shelters like umbrellas. Apply sunscreen and consider renting a cabana or sun tent.
  • Babyproof everything. If your baby is mobile, be sure to baby proof your accommodations as soon as you arrive.

Follow the helpful baby tips above and you can count on having a wonderful beach vacation with your baby. Be sure to bring your camera because there will be priceless opportunities for great photos that will only come around once!


We Have Partial Week Rentals Too

There are plenty of people that can only escape for a vacation for a very limited time. We have last minute vacation rentals as well as partial week rentals, too! If you’re someone that can’t commit until the last minute, then we are the coastal vacation rental company for you.

We Have Last Minute Rentals, Too
Some people can’t even imagine taking off at the drop of a hat while others operate their whole lives that way. We get that and so we’re prepared to work with you. Take that vacation whenever you can and you can count on having the perfect vacation rentals to choose from right here in Holden Beach.

We Have Partial Week Rentals, Too
While you take your chances when making your plans last minute, people do it all the time, even families. Holden Beach, South Carolina, is a wonderful family-friendly oceanfront location and our Holden Beach vacation rentals can supply you with a comfortable place to stay.

water sports

When you’re coming up short on things to do you don’t have far to look to have some fun. There are plenty of water sports here that include body surfing, charter fishing, jet ski rentals, boat rentals and swimming. Rent bicycles and explore the Brunswick Islands in their entirety. Or head to the beach to fly kites, play croquette or volleyball, or take in one of the free concerts available throughout the summer.

If you’re someone looking for that last minute rental and coming up short, give Brunswickland Realty a call and come enjoy a wonderful vacation at Holden Beach, North Carolina.

Annual Holden Beach Concert Series

Summer at Holden Beach just wouldn’t be summer without the popular Holden Beach Concert Series that we look forward to every year. For many of us at Brunswickland Realty it signifies the official kick off of summer and this year is no exception. Concerts include beach music, oldies, jazz, blues and rock ‘n roll.

Every Sunday night at 6:30 p.m. free concerts are held at the Holden Beach Pavilion. The concert series starts on May 29, 2016. Refreshments are available for sale so bring cash and bring a chair if you just want to sit and listen. Following is the schedule for this summer.

May 29 – The Imitations
June 5 – Jim Quick & Coastline
June 12 – Mark Roberts Band

Annual Holden Beach Concert Series

June 19 – Gary Lowder & Smokin’ Hot
June 26 – The Embers
July 3 – Steve Owens & Summertime

Annual Holden Beach Concert Series

July 10 – The Entertainers
July 17 – Fantastic Shakers
July 24 – Tim Clark Band

Annual Holden Beach Concert Series

July 31 – Band of Oz
August 7 – Sea Cruz
August 14 – The Holiday Band

Annual Holden Beach Concert Series

August 21– Blackwater Rhythm & Blues
August 28 – Carolina Breakers
September 4 – The Imitations

Things To Do When it Rains on Vacation

When you finally find yourself on that much-needed Holden Beach vacation and the forecast calls for rain, don’t fret. There are plenty of indoor things to do in and around Holden Beach that will ensure you stay dry on even the rainiest of days. Here are just a few of the more popular ones.
Things To Do in Holden Beach When It's Raining
Take the family and visit the Ocean Isle Beach Community Center and enjoy scheduled events and activities like Summer Fun Camp for kids, Family Fun activities, and Pot Luck Dinners. Location: 44 East First Street, Ocean Isle Beach, NC.
Planet Fun Bowling & Arcade
Family fun can be found for all ages at Planet Fun Bowling & Arcade. Come enjoy bowling, mini golf, laser tag, arcade games or the grill next door. Location: 349 Whiteville Rd. NW, Shallotte, NC.
Things To Do in Holden Beach When It's Raining
A vacation to Ocean Isle Beach isn’t complete without a trip to the Museum of Coastal Carolina at 21 East Second Street, Ocean Isle Beach. Art shows and regularly scheduled events are for the whole family. Admission fee.
Laser light shows at Ingram Planetarium
If you’ve never visited a planetarium the Ingram Planetarium at 7625 High Market Street in Sunset Beach is the place to go! Movies, laser light shows and music shows. Admission fee.
Silvery Coast Winery / Winery Tasting Room
The Silver Coast Winery is located on Ocean Isle Beach at 6680 Barbeque Rd., NW, and at 105 South Howe St., Southport. The winery is known for their wine festivals, assortment of other special events and their wine tasting rooms.
Go Shopping in Holden Beach When It's Raining
Spend the day shopping but be sure to visit Island Art & Books, OIB Surf & Java and The Beach Mart.
Visit the uss_north_carolina battleship in Wilmington NC
Or hop in the car and go for a short road trip to Southport and Wilmington, NC, where you can enjoy the NC Maritime Museum at Southport, the Old Brunswick County Jail Museum, and definitely not to be missed, the Battleship USS North Carolina in Wilmington.


Rain doesn’t have to spoil your vacation, not when you have all these activities to do and sites to see in the area. When you’re ready to make those vacation bookings, come rain or some shine, give us a call at Brunswickland Realty at 800-842-6949 and we’ll assist you in any way we can.

Holden Properties with Easter Availability

This year Easter Sunday arrives on March 27, 2016. How do you plan to celebrate Easter this year? If you haven’t given it much thought it’s a good time to do so. We turn the clocks forward one hour this weekend and that’s a sure sign that spring is moving right along, ready or not. Brunswickland Realty has plenty of Holden Beach properties that have Easter availability but just like the Easter candy — these won’t last forever!
Our favorite place to spend Easter is right here at Holden Beach on the Southern Brunswick Islands of North Carolina. It’s peaceful, the weather is temperate this time of year, and it’s just an overall great place to get away to. If you’ve never visited our beautiful Holden Beach it’s time to treat yourself and Easter is a lovely time to do just that.
Holden Beach Properties with Easter Availability

Easter Egg Hunt in Wilmington

Hugh MacRae Park

Come join an Easter Egg Hunt at the Hugh MacRae Park baseball fields in Wilmington on Friday, March 25, 2016 starting at 10 a.m.. The event is sponsored by Winter Park Baptist and Wesley Methodist churches and features hunts, crafts, and more. Location: Hugh MacRae Park, 314 Pine Grove Drive, Wilmington, NC.
Holden Beach Properties with Easter Availability

4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Capt’n Bill’s Backyard Grill

The 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Capt’n Bill’s Backyard Grill in Wilmington, NC, will take place on Friday, March 25, 2016. The special day features egg-cellent goodies for kids under age 14, an appearance by the Easter Bunny, refreshments and door prizes. Free! Location: Capt’n Bill’s Backyard Grill, 4240 Market Street, Wilmington, NC. For more info, call (910) 762-0173.
Holden Beach Properties with Easter Availability

Dinosaur Egg Hunt

NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher

The Dinosaur Egg Hunt at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher in Kure Beach is for ages 3 to 10 and offers the opportunity to create a special dinosaur egg basket as well as to search for candy-filled “dinosaur eggs”. The hunt takes place in the Aquarium garden during which time you’ll get to meet a live baby alligator and learn about reptiles, both prehistoric and those currently stalking the earth. Hours: 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission: $10.95 to $20.00. Location: NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher, 900 Loggerhead Road, Kure Beach, NC. For more info call (910) 458-8257.
Holden Beach Properties with Easter Availability

Southport Spring Festival

Franklin Square Park

The Southport Spring Festival will be held March 25 & 26 at Franklin Square Park and features activities for kids, more than 130 arts & crafts vendors, raffles and live music ranging from big band to R&B and country rock. Take a look at the music schedule here. No pets. Hours: Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Franklin Square Park, Corner of Howe & West Streets, Southport, NC.
Holden Beach Properties with Easter Availability

Oak Island Annual Easter Egg Hunt

William “Bill” Smith Park, Oak Island

This popular annual event will take place on Saturday, March 26 beginning at 10 a.m. Don’t miss the special visit from the Easter Bunny! It’s a free event for children 10 and younger. Children will be divided into age groups of 3 and under, 4 to 6, and 7 to 10 years old. Location: William “Bill” Smith Park, 4410 Fish Factory Road, Oak Island, NC. For questions, please call (910) 278-5518.



Valentine’s Day Wine and Chocolate

If you’re still looking for Valentine’s Day ideas we have a delightful event to tell you about that’s taking place at nearby Silver Coast Winery in Ocean Isle Beach, NC. On behalf of this most romantic holiday they’re holding a Wine & Chocolate Pairing you won’t want to miss!

Cheers to Love and Chocolate

Whether you’re celebrating your first Valentine’s Day ever with your sweetie or your fiftieth, come experience a wine and chocolate pairing like no other. Visit Silver Coast Winery in Ocean Isle Beach on Saturday, February 13 or the Silver Coast Winery Tasting Room on S Howe Street in Southport on Sunday, February 14.

The event will feature Silver Coast Wines and Birnn’s Chocolates of Vermont. The Silver Coast in-house tasting guru, Al Gomes, has created a one of a kind tasting experience. Perfectly paired with Silver Coast Wines, these decadent chocolates not only taste amazing, they look almost too beautiful to eat! But don’t let that stop you!

The wine & chocolate pairings are just $15 per person. Reservations are required with 3 available seatings at 1:00, 2:30 and 4:00 p.m. at both locations with limited spaces. Purchase your tickets to join us this Valentines Weekend!

If you’re looking for other super romantic Valentine’s Day ideas be sure to check out our blog posts from recent years.

How to Cure Those Winter Blues

If you’re looking for an antidote to the winter blues look no further than right here in coastal North Carolina! Lots of people find it necessary to escape from the cold and snow each year during the long winter months. As it turns out it’s usually just what they needed to recharge them enough to get through the rest of the season. For others, they come here for one to three months and return after the snow melts.

How to Cure Those Winter Blues

What we will tell you is that we have many comfortable vacation home rentals that will begin lifting your spirits from the moment you walk through the front door. There are plenty of oceanfront rentals that will provide you with the opportunity to catch a sunrise from your deck each and every morning while enjoying breakfast and a long walk along the shore every afternoon.

We know it’s tough for many people living in the northern states to endure those long winter months and it seems like the older you are, the harder it is. In many states across the country it’s rare that people ever see the sun during this time of year and many times when it is out it’s too cold to even enjoy the outdoors. Here along the coast in North Carolina the sun seems to almost always be shining and the temperatures are a long ways from cold. We invite you to come treat yourself to a stay in any one of our vacation home rentals.

How to Cure Those Winter Blues

It’s a known fact that moods are significantly lifted when you get adequate sunlight. Some people use “Sun Boxes” and while it helps it doesn’t come with a beautiful sandy beach to walk along or all the golf courses, shopping and dining we have here in North Carolina.

Don’t settle for imitation sunshine when coastal North Carolina is so close. The weather is so temperate that you can walk the beaches, go bicycling, and hit the golf courses any time of the year. Those are the very things that will lift your spirits and put you back into a good mood. We’re pretty sure that explains why so many people relocate to this area after retiring and are always happy they did so.

Medically, sunshine is essential for our physical and emotional wellbeing. It encourages our body to release serotonin, a chemical derived from the amino acids in our body’s tissues, that significantly improves our mood. It’s also our body’s main source of Vitamin D, which is essential for strong teeth and bones and the older you get the more important this is.

How to Cure Those Winter Blues

When the sun is out and the temperatures are warm, you’re more likely to want to go outside and do things. Around these parts there are plenty of things to do outdoors, too. Fun things like playing golf, shopping, visiting museums and local parks, gardens, and many historic landmarks await.

If you’d like to experience an increase in your mood first hand, why not come and visit us in coastal North Carolina. We promise you won’t run out of things to do while you’re here and you’re going to feel a whole lot better because you came. Take a look at the vacation home rentals we have on our website and if you have any questions just give Brunswickland Realty a call at 800-252-9930. We’d be happy to hear from you.

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