The House That Built Me

Posted on 09/20/2010 by Jon Richardson in Just for Fun

Country music phenomenon Miranda Lambert recently broke the all-time record with 9 nominations in the upcoming Country Music Awards scheduled for November. Among all of her well appreciated musical accomplishments there is one song that justifiably stands out. The House That Built Me is a tale of personal trials and ultimate triumphs. It touches and inspires every listener when she sings about the house where she and her family endured particularly hard times. Recalling that house and those times is an act of both love and courage. And she no doubt pictures it as she sings. While everyone’s story is, of course, unique, the idea of actually picturing the house of our early years is common to us all. Personal, meaningful and powerful. We know that here at Vintage Aerial. We have been saving and restoring over 25 million photographs of family farms and homesteads taken all over the country over the last half of the century starting in the early 60s. Very few of us can sing for millions of people but when we see our own picture we can all feel for ourselves.

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