The Moral of the Hammock

Is there a moral to a hammock?

There is if you want to start a bidding war in Lemon Grove over a nine hundred square foot house.

Dynamic real estate agent Brenda Childress recounted the story of a certain macrame hammock in her client’s yard.  The house needed some work, but the yard was terrific.  And there was the hammock . . . Stretched between two Coulter pines so that when it warmed up the pine scent would descend upon the lucky lazybones below, no one who visited the house seemed to be able to refuse giving the hammock a try.  The last couple was out there– screened discretely, as it were, by some aptly placed westringias–for over twenty minutes.    And when they came back inside, they offered cash.

The cash and the hammock won out against several other bidders, and the whole affair took one day.  If you would like Brenda Childress to help you with a similar arrangement at your own home, you can reach her at (619) 277-1304.Image