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Landon and Jordan Thompson

Landon and Jordan ThompsonLandon and Jordan Thompson grew up in Nashville, so it is understandable that they love music and are accomplished musicians. Landon plays the guitar and piano and both of them are excellent vocalists as well. They are also artists and enjoy painting and crafts. In 2010 they moved to Earlewood and purchased their first home – a brick bungalow on Lakewood. Since then they have had a succession of home improvement projects. Landon says, “We love building things and making our house into a place that we really want to live in. If there’s an area of the house that is not enjoyable to look at, it won’t take us too long to change it!” Because of their passion for decorating in a thrifty way, they were featured on The Nate Berkus Show, “House Proud.” The show flew both of them to New York City for three days where they each remodeled a small chest-of-drawers in the thrifty DIY fashion and then presented them on the show to Nate. Jordan describes the trip as “…truly a wonderful experience!” In 2006 Landon and Jordan started their photography/videography business, Landon Jacob Productions, and specialize in capturing a couple’s journey from their engagement through their wedding. And now because many of their clients are having babies they are also beginning to add this subject matter to their repertoire!

How long have you lived in Earlewood?
We moved here in 2010 so just over two years.

Why did you choose to buy a home in Earlewood rather than other neighborhoods?
We were looking for a home just outside the downtown area of Columbia. Earelwood had a great mix of young, middle-aged, and older people, which was something we were looking for. We loved being close to a park, the interstate, and loved the bungalow styled homes.

What do like best about living here?
Being close to downtown Columbia, the park, the community garden, ECCO, community events, being close to the interstate since we travel, the neighborhood watch program, we love the street we live on and our home, and most importantly our neighbors and community. In just 2 years, we’ve become very close to all of our neighbors and several others who live in Earlewood and they are very dear to our hearts. It seems like many people who live in Earlewood share a lot of the same passions and hobbies, which is another reason of why we enjoy each and everyone’s company.

What would you like to see happen in Earlewood?
I can’t really think of much. I guess the only thing is I would love for there to be less theft in the area while school is out. It’s not really noticeable while school is in.


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