Positively preposterous

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers that Peter Piper picked?

Patty and Paul are pondering putting their palace on the public market.

Panic has set in because they do not know the path to take.

Patty starts talking to lots of people to pick their peas (brains) to learn more about the process.

Their pal Peter suggests that they grab a pen and a pad and start postulating a plan by listing their preferences for which they pine in their new PERFECT place.

Peter, being the most practical of their peeps, warns them of the perils of plunging into the pit of analysis Paralysis and prescribes participation in a personal planning consultation with a Property peddling Professional (a REALTOR).

Peter provides a few names of property peddling pros from his posse of particularly patient, proficient and proven providers of service.

Peter’s pinnacle pick of the pack is Pauline who he perceives to pay plenty of attention to her Patients (She prefers to call them “Patients” over “Clients”) and is very attentive to a Pace that pleases all parties.

Pauline, Patty, and Paul decide to meet at Papa Pia’s Pizzeria on the patio and are all tickled pink that Peter had put them together for this purposeful project.

Pauline performs quit a powerful presentation stressing the importance of positioning Patty and Paul’s house properly in the pool of properties available.

She stresses the importance of preparing the house so it will present perfectly to prospective purchasers . . . beginning with purging of pictures and personal paraphernalia such that prospects can peruse the house without the preoccupation of probing the personal affairs of the sellers . . . but not so much that the house feels like a penitentiary.

Pauline prescribes placement of blooming peonies on the front porch and posits that 80 percent of the battle of procuring the purchaser’s interest begins at the perimeter of the parcel . . . If the curb appeal doesn’t please, the purchaser’s interest may perish prior to entering the property.

Patty and Paul understand and promise to prepare the yard impeccably.

Pauline then presents the proper paperwork which includes a Property condition Disclosure form” upon which Patty and Paul must pledge no perjury and reveal any deficiencies present in the property even if they are plethora.

A pregnant pause ensues after which Patty & Paul ask if they will be required to disclose the paranormal activity?

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THIS is what happens when Barry gets a silly tongue twister in his head . . .

He blesses you with an alliterative blog.

Today was sponsored by the letter “P”

I started with a LONG list of words beginning with the Letter “P” and commenced writing.

It’s YOUR turn now . . . Will you continue the story using the words below or any other words beginning with “P”?

Aw come on – Lighten up – Have some fun.

PERFORM!

perfume

perfunctory

period

perks

permission

proration

perpetrate

perplex

persevere

personalize

personality

pack

paper

pod

pantry

parlor

petty

pet

party

passerby

patch

Padlock

pain

Paint

Prepare

Place – Stage

Price

parameter

paranoid

Prune

persuade

perturb

pest

paradise

Photograph

photogenic

phrase

physical

plaster

pianist

pie

picturesque

picture

piece

peace

pig

pile

pill

pillar

pillow

pilsner

pin

pink

pique

pitch

pitfall

pity

pivotal

pizza

placate

plaid

plain

plan

planet

plat

plausible

please

pledge

plenty

plethora

plunge

plural

plus

plush

pocket

poet

point

poke

police

Post

Perfect

position

poise

print

pamphlet

Promote

paragraph

parade

Published by Barry Owen

Strategist-CEO of Pareto Realty Real estate sales Professional Inviter-Facilitator-Practicer of Open Space Technology Opening safe space for people & organizations to self-organize around issues & opportunities BarryOwen.US Invite-Listen-Love

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