Why Pea Soup?
Have you ever had someone give you a nickname that just stuck? In school, I was always Michelle until I became a pompom girl – you know, the girls that dance on the sidelines and at half time – suddenly I became Shelly. Then I graduated, both literally and figuratively. Shelly seemed so juvenile. I was 17. Fast forward a few years, OK, a lot of years. I got married and my husband began calling me Sweet Pea and as happens a lot with nicknames, it got shortened. Hence Pea. Now for the soup part. Any recipe for soup I have ever seen is a little bit of a lot of things mixed together that turns into (hopefully) a delicious pot of goodness. When I thought about my vision for my blog, I wanted to be sure people could hear my voice through it all, whether I’m giving statistics or telling a story about funny things that happen in real estate. I will give tips and tricks, have guests share their expertise and throw in some of my colorful music experiences.
So, if you decide to join in on the fun, here is what you can expect:
SOUP – open up a cookbook or a can, pour yourself a drink, and enjoy!
Since most people at a party end up in the kitchen chatting, I want to encourage conversation. Comment, ask questions, agree or disagree, that’s what makes life interesting. Let me know what you’d like to hear about. This is not a one-sided conversation, so interact and have fun.
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Michelle Froedge is a residential Realtor and Principal Broker in the Greater Nashville and Williamson County areas of Tennessee. “Mom” to four-legged fur babies, Tyler and Livvie, Auntie to Zelamie, she is a vegetarian and sings in her spare time. Michelle has lived in Nashville and Franklin since 1997 and has been selling homes since 2004.