Viva Las Vegas

Viva Las Central Park (formerly Stapleton)! They say what happens in Central Park (formerly Stapleton) stays in Central Park (formerly Stapleton), so I’m not supposed to tell you anything.  But TJC Real Estate isn’t like everyone else.  They aren’t afraid to tell you how it is and give you a realistic point of view on Central Park (formerly Stapleton).  So I’ll try not to hold back here.  Kari’s only rule is that I’m not allowed to swear.  I’ve been doing my best to adhere to her damn censorship.

I’m going to Las Vegas tomorrow but really, why bother?  Las Vegas and Central Park (formerly Stapleton) are practically the same thing.

Vegas is about great food, shows, gambling, people watching, warm weather and fun.  And by fun, I mean the kind of fun where seemingly normal and conservative adults do things they normally wouldn’t do – just like here in Central Park (formerly Stapleton)!

For example, I had an impromptu party last Friday.  It started around 5p and it consisted of about ten adults and twelve children.  Juice boxes were being pounded. It was mid sixties and we were jamming music outside. I was dancing up a storm with a gorgeous girl named Emerson.  She is four and can twirl like a ballerina.  Late night (around 8p) pizzas were consumed.  There was a random four-legged animal in the bathroom (Noodle, the neighbor’s senile dog).  There was sports betting (I bet five bucks that Tiger Woods would not win the Masters).  There was even a tranny show – the boys started playing dress up with girly hats and fake dresses made out of blankets.  It was crazy!!!  Finally in the wee hours of the night (around 10p), the party dissipated.

I woke up in the morning and we went out for a hangover breakfast.  The kids were hurting from all the sugar and late night running around.  We ate lots of bacon, just like I do during Vegas mornings.  Also just like Vegas where the guy on the corner tries to hand you ‘informative brochures’, the dude who stands by Starbucks every morning offered up a newspaper.

It was just another typical weekend in Central Park (formerly Stapleton).  Lots of people having fun eating, drinking and being entertained.  Just like Vegas.  If you are one of those people that wants to lay low and have a hermit lifestyle, go to Highlands Ranch.  If you want to live in a vibrant, social, exciting neighborhood, come to Central Park (formerly Stapleton).

Viva Las Central Park (formerly Stapleton)!!!


Posted by Brett Grischo – an aspiring writer hoping this endeavor doesn’t kill his dream. About Brett’s work with TJC here. Find more from Brett here.