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Furniture: Sofas, Chairs, Tables: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

What point is a chair without a body sitting What point is a table empty or set unless their are people enjoying the spread It is those that use the table and chairs that is remembered whether it be babies … Continue reading

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The Lounge Room

The loungeroom was the second room off the hallway that led from the front door. The entry into it was via a space the size of double doors except that there were no doors attached. Travelling around the room, the piano … Continue reading

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Following on from my post yesterday – I was overcome with curiosity about what had my parents done that first night we were in our new house. Today I asked my 85-year-old mother. “No. I think you’ve got it wrong … Continue reading

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The Spare Room

I do not remember the house I went to from the hospital after my birth. It was in Tamworth, a country town on the western side of the Great Dividing Range. We weren’t there long.  My father was awarded a … Continue reading

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1. Drawn blue and white floral curtains cooled the room from the febrile day outside by casting it in shadows. The immense bed was the only piece of furniture, gaily covered in the cheap cotton material which also draped the … Continue reading

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