I have never seen her, but we see things the same.
I have never seen it, but feel like I have.
Talking about my dear friend Susan & her warm welcoming home.
It is a farmhouse built in 1890 ( mine 1886, another thing in common )
People go on about how computers, the internet & social media cause a disconnect.
I could not disagree more.
My computer, the internet and social media has brought us all together and made friendships, like the one I have with Susan, possible.
Three thousand miles away, but I know exactly what her home looks like, even though I have never stepped a foot across her threshold. Moreover, we have a kindred spirit connection that goes much deeper than toss pillows & lamps.
The way I see it, that is connection – not disconnection.
Well, now you know how I feel about that subject!
Ok, so let’s keep looking around Susan’s home.
Oh…can you believe this, Susan grew up very nearby & coveted this house. Who gets to live in the house, they dreamed about as a young girl? So special!
1890 Farmhouse Tour
Above there were the exterior & porches ( yes more than one! )
Here is the living room…
The master & one of three kid bedrooms…
And here is the spot where I’d like to pull up a chair & chat with Susan while the sun streams in & the tulips bend to the light.
Then I could see her laugh not just hear it or read “LOL”. That would be fabulous, but for now we have our computers, the internet, social media & our phones to stay connected.
I wanted to connect you with Susan too ’cause I want to bring to you all the good things I discover. Susan authors the beautiful blog Love of Home. She is my co-host on our link party, Sundays at Home, and she is my friend. Now she is yours too!
So happy you & me/My Soulful Home have connected too!
xx Kelly xx