Celebrating Friends Haymount Homes

Good Morning Friends!

It has been quite a week at the Benander house with Carl’s change of command ceremony, celebrations, baseball tournament and first communion. We are blessed to have family visiting to joint in the festivities and we have enjoyed the time so much. It always amazes me the caliber of the families we engage with and the community we have.

On that note, we were also saddened this week to say goodbye to some of our long time friends, Sydney and Adam….and now Baby WILSON! When Sydney and Adam first contacted me to rent our home on Kelburn drive, they were dating and moving to Fort Bragg. I had the pleasure of speaking with Adam’s mom on the phone and she provided me with a great reference for Adam. That reference, however, came with a condition that I try to ensure he asked Sydney to marry him! Ha!

Fast forward life, now four years later, Sydney and Adam are married and have welcomed adorable little Wilson into their world. As they were moving out, I had the chance to hold Wilson and also finally meet Adam’s mother. It was an honor for me and it was fun to joke about the fact that she “owed” me for the engagement success and now her new grandchild :) We had a lot of fun.

Last night, Sydney posted this on facebook and it brought my heart joy:

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Goodbye Fort Bragg, hello Fort Campbell. Fort Bragg will always be special to us. We got engaged to married to having our first son in this amazing home. Fayetteville, NC we can’t forget you or the 82nd Airborne! ❤️💙

Homes should be the place of security. The place you feel safe to live, grow, and develop as a person and a family. When we started Haymount Homes, we wanted people to love their surroundings and focus on loving their life. Adam and Sydney’s story has shown just that and we are grateful. Over the last few years, our homes have seen several proposals and engagements, so I know there is more fun in store!

Thank you again Baker family. Though we are sad to see you go, we look forward to your return. Remember, “All Roads Lead to Fayetteville.” God bless you, dear friends!!

- Casey