Happy 2015




Here’s to looking at an eventful and prosperous year. Our office is buzzing with new leads, ideas and associates. We are hoping to continue providing excellent customer service to our buyers and sellers.

Our key word for the year will be CONSISTENT. It is the small, not-so-exciting aspects of business that we find we could do a better job at being consistent.

As we progress into the new year and beyond, let us take everything we learned from 2014 and expand on the great! We will also remember the less than great moments and take better care not to repeat those.

Let us always lend a helping hand to our fellow man, or woman!

Never forget that the children are our future so treat them well.

Go into 2015 strong and proud, leaving your mark!

courtesy: Janice Chavez


Showing Realtor


Jeannine Mitchell, Realtor, RE/MAX Professionals is a developing company dedicated to providing distinguished customer care with honesty and integrity. We support all aspects of buying and/or selling property in Comanche County. The leading expert in Short Sale properties with a great closing percentage, Jeannine Mitchell, Realtor provides a dynamic and fast-paced work environment with many opportunities to grow and learn. RE/MAX leads the industry in sales and has one of the world’s most powerful brands.


*Visit, show and explain details of several properties to clients; provide feedback

*Assist clients in selling and purchasing of residential properties

*Ensure all paperwork is filled out promptly and correctly

*Provided financial information to clients

*Maintain monthly quota

*Manage leads

Showing Realtor will perform showing duties to potential clients while compiling and working new leads. Contacting the office with appointments and feedback, returning necessary documents, obtaining new leads and referrals-candidate will possess the ability to work closely with our team yet be a self-motivated problem solver, with a strong desire to provide our clients with the highest level of customer care.


*Proficient in word, adobe, internet and Picasa (or other photo software)

*Knowledge of Lawton and surrounding communities, preferred

*Real estate, customer service, sales experience

*Clean driving record and valid driver’s license

*Dependable vehicle and current insurance

*Licensed Realtor in the state of Oklahoma

*Communication skills



Send resume with cover letter Attn: Jeannine Mitchell

taskteamservices@aol.com or

fax: 580-353-4981

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He Didn’t Leave … Me


Saddens the heart how simple miscommunication causes long, strange, hurtful discord in a life. A life that is entangled with other lives, and so hurtful to such a larger circle than one at first, might think.

Silence, that spans more than miles. Quiet that echoes in a heart at night. No one there to chase the monsters or check under the bed; to comfort during storms or missteps. No guidance given, no congratulatory good wishes. 

A simple call, a small message and years of neglect erased when the truth is learned. Truth that is a parent’s love. Love that never ends, never wavers. 







Sitting here, ironing my son’s coat for his culinary competition this weekend and I get a little misty eyed thinking bout going through the weekend without him at home. Just a few weeks away from his graduation and I already can’t stand him being out of the house? I think how that may sound odd to people but seems perfectly normal to me. It’s not that he hasn’t been away from home before. It’s not that I want him to live with me forever. It’s simply that I love my son and miss his presence in my house. 

Even when he is in his room, just knowing that he is safe and close by warms my heart. I know it can be a cold, cruel world out there and I have never been in any rush to put my kids out in it. No one has to tell me that young birds must leave the nest in order to learn to fly. I am certainly aware of the fact that my chicks are bound to take a tumble and are likely to encounter rough winds. I am confident in the job I have done, and in my son’s resilience and strength to know that he MAY fall, but he WILL get back up and soar again!

I’m not sad that the time has come for him to start the next chapter of his life. I am not even sad that he is excited about the upcoming changes and moves. I am even happy that he has another special female in his life. All these things prove what a fine job I have done of teaching my son the things he needs, to become the man he is. 

I will miss all the special things we have shared over the course of 18 years : sport practices, garage sale adventures, drama club meetings, themed birthday parties, “sceneic” drives, frenzied tennis matches, lazy movie days, Tuesday pizza nights. The list goes on and on …

There are so many things I know will change. What keeps my heart whole and my spirit at peace is knowing that the one most important thing will always remain the same. 

I love my son … and he loves me. 





Why do people make lame excuses for simple things? 

I’ve been a single mom; a full-time employee; a single mom with two jobs; a full-time mom, employee and college student … 

and yet somehow I always found time to do the things that mattered to me and keep in touch with the people that mattered.

Why do so many people seem to have that problem?

Love all excuses they come up with, when the simple truth is they just don’t want to keep in touch.

O but you know when they call you or want to see you, they don’t understand why you are  not jumping through hoops for the honor!

Is it a male/female thing? A generation thing?? A culture oddity or maybe a geographic distinction … ??? 

The world may never know.

That concludes today’s vent for Things-That-Make-You-Want-to-Stab-A-Person-in-the-Throat. 

You will now be directed to the remainder of your perfectly sane evening.