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The following luxury homes, condos and property went on the market or substantially reduced their list price the first week in April:
Any movie with a romantic component—this one is a romantic thriller—lives or dies by the chemistry between the two stars. This film’s leading actors have it in spades. The other component is the plot: What is the obstacle keeping our young lovers apart? That gets a little trickier, because in this case, it would appear to be God. So I guess now would be a good time to talk about a little thing called ‘willing suspension of disbelief’—you’re just going to have to go with it.
It sounds like common sense, but sometimes common sense takes a lot of effort, says Mike Gianino of Homewatch Caregivers St. Louis. Staying active as you get older will improve your quality of life, but many seniors aren’t incorporating good habits like diet and exercise into their daily routines. “I’m not reinventing the wheel if I tell you that when a doctor prescribes something, you have to take the right medications at the right time,” he says. “But it’s easy to lose focus, and if you don’t do certain things at that stage of your life, you start to deteriorate.”
Clayco Inc. has appointed MATTHEW WILSON as senior project manager.
These homes were sold by March 23, 2009.
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