I liked the kitchen in the $2,000,000 house. I looked for freshly baked cookies, but there weren't any.
So I decided I'd just wait out by the pool until Sharon was finished showing the house.
I went out to look at the waterfront, though. The owner of the house owns some water lots across the brick street, and there's actually a roof over the boat to protect it from the sun.
I thought we could go back and relax by the pool, but no, Sharon had an Open House scheduled for the afternoon. This house isn't on the water but has a pool. It's only $600,000.
I like the Great Room in this house - it's big, and high, and colorful. Maybe I'll curl up and sleep for the rest of the afternoon.
Or maybe I'll play with the toys. I like houses with lots of toys.
OK, it's back home to the Simms. Sharon says that tomorrow I go to Kansas City, where I'm going to stay with Fran White. It's 77 degrees here in St Petersburg and the computer says it's 79 degrees in Kansas City. Guess I don't need new clothes.
Sara, I know you weren't here with me, but I like it here. Let's move from Laguna Beach to St. Petersburg. Sharon says she can find us a great house!
If you missed Park I, it's here.