My family and I have so much gratitude for the amazing adventures that we have been able to share with each and every one of you during our time at Savannah's Meadow. I know many of you have asked why we have been so difficult to get a hold of lately, and why we have not been open for business.
Although we have been blessed to be able to live and fulfill our dreams of treehouses, lavender fields, handmade lavender products, wedding planning, social events, and homeschooling our daughter. Now we feel it is time for our family to start a new adventure. This has not been an easy decision, and has been very emotional for us all.
Of course, Savannah's Meadow is such a unique place with it's many treasures, we knew it would take the right family to fall in love with it in order for us to sell it. And with each potential buyer, we would end up spending hours, touring everything, enjoying a beer together on the front porch, or a cup of coffee at the kitchen table. Enjoying many laughs and stories together. Many of our viewers felt they were ready to move in the next day, although it never felt quite right to me. It crushed me to think of our guests disappointment if Savannah's Meadow were to close.
We stayed so busy with all of the showings that I began to fall behind on Savannah's schooling so when an appointment was scheduled during our school time one day, I begged off of giving the tour, asking our realtor to show it that day. As the family came into our living room, the woman immediately recognized the math curriculum I was using, a homeschooling mom herself, struck up a conversation with me and we quickly hit it off. Of course I had no idea that this was the family that I would be introducing you to. But as they turned to walk out the door that day, I knew. My body and mind were at peace. My heart said... “this is it”. And my heart has never wavered.
I truly feel like I was actually able to personally choose the new owners of Savannah's Meadow. I have been waiting for the right time to say..... “Someone is Opening The Farm!” Yay!
Susan, Ron, and Andrew will be living, operating, and creating new memories. They Are Savannah's Meadow!
I know they will be working hard to take over where we left off. This will be a new experience for this family. Hopefully not to difficult to fill this little farmers shoes. I have great respect, confidence, and love for them. I know they will rock this farm and make it even better! They have a wonderful family and great team to support them in this great new adventure.
I feel personally honored that the name of the farm will live on....Savannah's Meadow. This family understands that it was love that created this whimsical and enchanting farm. I believe they are as creative, loving and connected that we have been.
And now my family is looking forward to our new adventures in life. We plan to remain in Texas for about a year, and then who knows what or where we will be? Follow us on Facebook/FromPoshToOhMyGosh. This is the blog that I started when my “Posh life” was turned upside down as I became a farmer. Now I plan to get back to a posh life. Think it might be difficult for me to adapt? I may need to purchase myself a pair of flip flops... these muck boots of mine just are not fashionable. Ha...Like I really care!
Love and positive energy will continue to flow through us and out to Savannah's Meadow. To the new family that is running it and to all of the wonderful people that will continue to embrace the joys of the farm.
From Posh to Oh My Gosh
My Name is Gwen
I am a woman of contradictions and a believer that you can do anything in this world as long as you dare to be inspired.