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    Fortunately I just found out from the Shaker Heights housing inspector that everything passed inspection and that all of the violations have been successfully corrected. David did an excellent job in coordinating and assuring high-quality work on all of the many projects that were done here. We will definitely use Reilly Painting again in the future for other projects.

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    Cleveland Heights

  • FACEBOOK & TWITTER…not just for the kids

    [caption id="attachment_704" align="alignleft" width="446" caption="Skype...the new letter!"]Skype with family[/caption]

    Today's Wall Street Journal had a great article called "My Grandparents R My BFF!" The article discusses how in todays ever-changing technology world, grandparents are staying connected with their families not through letters in the mail, but through Social Media, like Facebook, Skype and Twitter. I know to some young folks out there that this is a little crazy, but crazy for the better! I think it's great that these Social Media companies are being used by an older generation. It makes it easier to communicate with them, and allows them to have a video conversation, let's say with their grandchildren a couple hundred miles away (Skype). I know technology can be intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes so much fun, easy to use and you'll be telling all your friends about it at your next BBQ!

    Check out Molly Baker's article here:

    Certainly, it's nothing new that kids are plugging in and staying connected. But what is new is that it may be a grandparent on the other end of that virtual tin can—and that technology is bridging the vast age and distance gap that has long divided the generations. "A group of us was having dinner, and one woman had to tell her husband to put his iPod Touch away. He was emailing his grandchildren," says Mary Henderer, a Wilmington, Del., grandmother of four.

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