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Monday, 3 November 2014

House is a home

Hello there!

Let me beging this post with a quote:

“What is home? My favorite definition is "a safe place," a place where one is free from attack, a place where one experiences secure relationships and affirmation. It's a place where people share and understand each other. Its relationships are nurturing. The people in it do not need to be perfect; instead, they need to be honest, loving, supportive, recognizing a common humanity that makes all of us vulnerable.”

― Gladys Hunt, Honey for a Child's Heart

Just to spice this post a bit, I have found a wonderful page from a magazine (othervised used on Sundays; for our Love Stories). It's a stand-alone page, and it just so happens to feature the subject in question... in a rahter peculiar way:

Having a "Harry" like this one, in the story - what a man; and what a way to propose to a girl!
For those of you planning a house, searching for one or simply (like myself) dreaming of owning one; here's another plan to consider:


In 600 square feet, the Howard offered two bedrooms and a bath in 1930 for the budget cost of $1104. The rooms are tiny with the living room just over 10 feet square. That was mitigated somewhat by the line of sight of about 20 feet from the far wall of the dining room to living room. It was probably an ideal first home for many a young couple.

I hope you liked it.

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