Home for Thanksgiving

November 29th, 2023 | by Madison Stone

Pete & Co. – Home for Thanksgiving

 

We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving spending time with loved ones (and eating too much food 😋🦃).

As a homebuilder, we’re continually reminded of the meaning of home—and how that meaning changes for every individual. Whether home is a kitchen, or a seat on the couch, or a specific place, or anywhere with friends and family, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of being at home. At Stonewall Homes, it is our desire and our joy to help families establish a house that becomes a home, that creates that feeling for generations—especially during the holiday season.

“…there’s nothing quite like the feeling of being at home.”

But even though Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is fast approaching, our team still has plenty to be grateful for. Here are just a few of those thanksgivings:


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“God has been good to us. I have a beautiful wife and four awesome kiddos who I love so much. I have a stable job, a good house, a good car, and our needs are continually met. In a world where there are so many things that can go wrong, we are constantly guided down a path that is full of blessings.” – Paul

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“This is the first thing that popped into my head… I love pecan pie! I had it for Thanksgiving at two different houses, once for dessert and once the next morning for breakfast. Times two—that’s my tradition. And it’s perfect with coffee. So, I’m thankful for pecan pie, and for those who made it: Steve, my father-in-law (who made it under my mother-in-law’s supervision), and my dear mother. They were delicious!” – Pete

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“I have so many things to be thankful for; however, I am thankful that two of my children were married this year and found mates who are truly a beautiful addition to our family. I am also thankful to have another year surrounded by my extended family that loves me generously and without hesitation.” – Tyra

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“I’m grateful to live in a country where it’s possible to work hard to get where you want to be. I’m near retirement age, and I’ve always had a good job—even some management positions—even though I didn’t continue my education past high school. I’m thankful for the opportunities I’ve had.” – Jim