We had a great time visiting Simon at work, I try to visit him a couple times a month so we go to lunch. This was the first time the kids had visited Simon at Fletcher Jones. They were amazed at all the fun things the dealership had to offer...like smoothies, video games and golf. And it was a total surprise running into Ryan in the parking lot at work. I wasn't expecting to see him since it was his first week working and I didn't want to bother him. It was time for Ryan to go back to work, he had been off work for 60 days and his money was starting to run out. I'm sure he drained his bank account!
I don't know what the future holds for Ryan, I just hope he finds something that he loves and can make enough money to enjoy his life. Ryan has had many jobs since he turned 16, mostly in the car business. Ryan's passion has always been cars, I guess you can say it runs in our family . My father owned a car business for 30 years, I still remember Ryan walking around his shop with a wrench help his grandfather at 3-years-old. I know working in the parts department is not the position Ryan trained for, but now he has his foot in the door. I am proud that he took a lesser paying job in the hopes he will move up when the opportunity is available.
Fletcher Jones is a HUGE dealership, it's rare that Simon and Ryan run into each other at work. Unless it is at the coffee shop getting a cappuccino. I love that they work together, in some way it does bring them closer together. They now have a common ground , something they both can talk about. I know deep down inside Ryan appreciates what Simon is doing for him, after all he is follow in his step-daddy's footsteps. I guess you can say it is not common to sell a house with a $250,000 Ferrari included. However, in today's market people are throwing in incentives to help sell their homes, like a hard to get luxury car. It IS common for sellers to offer broker incentives like trips or offering your broker a bonus to move your property. I personally think price discounts are the most effective way to get your house sold in today's housing market, "Buyers have become more educated and they can easily cut through the fluffy incentives, buyers just want price!" And in regards to my comment about Quinn: I was not directing the comment about being "super hot" to Quinn — I was talking about COUGARS in general. (Gotta love those editors) Unhappy I am NOT, smart ass I AM.
If Quinn wants to date young boys then more power to her. I know it must be hard for her being single for the past 15 years. I was a single mom myself for many years until I found MY GUY. I wouldn't want to change places with her. I do wish her all the love in the world. She is a wonderful woman and deserves only the best. I don't think dating young guys is something I would be interested in. I just don't know what I would have in common with them. But I have learned to say "never say never" and "to each their own."