Aside from raising five children and now telling them how to raise theirs, I have pretty much devoted my grown-up life to real estate. There is scarcely a house in the area that I have not at least been in, and there are many that I have listed and/or sold. Houses are a passion with me, I love to show them - particularly the ones with history, quirks, soul, nooks and crannies, slanty floors, fireplaces and, of course, possibilities. The house my husband and I lived in for 22 years was once the Town Hall and Jail. It was the setting for the "pancake incident" in Owen Johnson's Lawrenceville School stories. I got my start selling real estate up in Katonah, New York, at A.T. Houlihan (now Houlihan Lawrence). A job change for my husband brought us back to Princeton where I joined Pete Callaway's firm at its inception. No, I won't tell you how many years ago. Suffice it to say that I sport a beautiful gold bracelet. Please give me a ring. I'd love to talk to you!