So, why should we have a blog about an old farmhouse? – – – Because:
For six years we lived in Idaho, 2,000 miles from our three children and many grandchildren. Life was good there. We had a big house, a grand view, the great outdoors, and even a moose in our backyard – but we didn’t have family. Our lives, as good as they were, were lacking.
My sweet, beautiful spouse finally put voice to the thought we both shared, “Enough is enough! It’s time to go home.”
So, she went on a great explore on the Internet. Her quest was to find the perfect place in Virginia, with just a little taste of Idaho.
One day she came to me and said, “I’ve found it! It’s the perfect place.”
The best way to describe what she found is like this. Have you ever had a dream, but it never became real? Have you ever prayed for something, but felt that your prayer went unanswered?
Well … When she saw it and when I saw it, all that can be said is this old farmhouse was a dream we never had, but should have. This old farmhouse was the answer to a prayer we should have prayed. This was truly a case of serendipity, hence the name of our little farmhouse.
We are just the caretakers. We will be here for a while and then it will be passed on to others in our family. So, for you, and mostly for our family, here is the story of Serendipity Farmhouse.
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