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  1. Ashlee says:

    I just found you randomly through Pinterest and I have loved reading through your posts and can’t wait to see what you do with your farmhouse! I’ll be following along now! :) We bought our 1930 Tudor in 2012 and have been tackling projects big and small for the last two years, so I can relate to many of the things you are going through. It is a lot of fun though!

  2. Meg says:

    Thank you! I’m finishing up grad school right now (it’s my last semester!!), so it’s been tough to find time to work on the house, but we have so many plans! I can’t wait to work on it more! I’m definitely going to check out your projects :)

  3. Andi K. says:

    Hi Meg,

    Love all you are doing here! Your home is soooo charming! I just finished spending the last hour stalking your posts and instead photos!! It’s so refreshing to see restoration happening to such an old beauty. I am totally iinspired and look forward to your future posts and insta photos!

    Kind Regards

  4. Sara Jo Floyd from Bryarton Farm says:

    Sounds like God had this house just for you! There is no such thing as coincidences. There are just too many weird and perfect details to your story. God cares about our dreams and He loves to bless us with answered prayers! So happy for you guys can’t wait to see everything you do to your little farmhouse!

  5. Joanne says:

    Meg, I’m so happy you got the house of your dreams and are carefully restoring it. It will be fun to read about your progress! I have a love of old barns also. I’m so glad you get to enjoy such a beautiful view! And I agree with Sara Jo that the Lord blessed you with this answer to your dreams.

    • Meg says:

      Thank you, Joanne! We indeed feel so blessed that this house became ours ♥ It’s been two years & I still can’t believe we’re lucky enough to enjoy this home and beautiful views!

  6. Teri says:

    We live in a 1916 farmhouse that has been home to my husbands family for more than 65 years. I am proud of everything we have done to the family farm, but will admit our chire list is never ending. Couldnt imagine living any where else, except when it snows a d blows and we are snowbound for a few days. Enjoy your home and make some amazing memories!

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