This past week, I had an opportunity to spend some quality time with my two youngest grandsons, Gunnar, age 8 and Gage, age 2.  (My oldest, Dylan….the ‘Dyl Man’, is a sophomore engineering student at Mississippi State).  

To say that Gunnar and Gage kept me hopping is an understatement!  I love the outdoors as they seem to do also, so we had a great time!  We took several walks with my pulling them in their little red wagon ‘uphill’….ouch!  I also rode the 2 year old on the 8 year olds mini four wheeler which goes all of 8 miles per hour.  I must say my backside got a real workout bouncing along the roadway!  Gage squealed with delight however and protested disembarking by repeating more….more!   

Gunnar is into football and we practiced field goals and passes with gusto!  Like his parents he watches the Saints with interest and enthusiasm!  He has an amazing understanding of the game and its players which his ‘Nana’ still struggles with even though I do have a basic knowledge of the rules.  

The time invested with these precious boys is always rewarding with lots of hugs and giggles, and I see through their eyes all the wonder and excitement of the good things childhood has to offer.  I am reminded of how lucky they are to have sweet loving parents, grandparents and a myriad of family and friends that adore them, treasure them and have hopes and dreams for their bright futures.     

I get some of the same warm and fuzzy feelings when I have an opportunity to help a family find their own piece of the American dream through home ownership.  I love the smiles, laughter and, yes, even prayers of thanksgiving received from my clients when a new home is purchased.  

Our Team is dedicated to offering the best possible home selling and buying experience.  Our ultimate hope is that you will spend a lifetime of memory making experiences in your homes and know that we genuinely wish for you a ‘happily ever after’!  

 

Live and Love well!  

Linda