It seems to be so hard to accept when things are not the way we remember them to be. Or when somebody changes them. Aurora I am glad that you have pictures to remember your childhood home. And Raniah, I am sure that your memories are strong enough that they are still clear to you. I hope so anyway.
I guess I am lucky, I have the home that I grew up in. And even though it has changed some, I can still remember what it use to be like. As I have done some of the changes. But my craft shop use to be a restaurant. I have all my art stuff in it and my husband uses what was the kitchen for a tool shop. So we get good use out of it. But I can remember where the tables were and the counter and stools. So I feel really fortunate to have been able to purchase it. Many memories.
Aurora, I hope that your asthma settles down and that you have a wonderful evening. Keep us posted.
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