When Sara Ahmed found a house in Sugar Land, Texas, that she loved, she didn’t know she’d be getting an important collection along with the building.
The home was different, and part of that difference was 300 boxes of possessions from the former resident.
To some, that might have been a deal-breaker, but as Ahmed went through the boxes during her renovation of the home, a beautiful story started to emerge.
The former owner, Phyllis Hunter, had passed away in 2018, leaving behind many of her prized possessions.
“It was really cool because you found these amazing love letters from the ’60s, and I found this timeline of their family dating back to like 1865,” Ahmed said, according to story Wednesday by KRIV-TV.
But the biggest discovery in those 300 boxes were