Everyone has a “dream house”, they just rely on your opinions and beliefs. You can have a modern dream house, or maybe a vintage dream house. You can also either live in the woods, in the city, or even right by the beach! You can be by yourself, or you can have lots and lots of roommates. You can have lots of neighbors, or maybe even none at all! You could live off of a mountain, or maybe on a paved street.
There were three clear exterior images provided that showed a beautiful two-story Colonial home with a two-car attached garage and a large front yard. There was a detached garage and many mature tree in the huge backyard. One of the front images appeared to be a duplicate.
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For the seventh year in a row, Charlie and his friends headed out into the chilly night to go trick-or-treating. Everyone on their street decked out their houses with decorations, but Charlie’s house was always by far the best. It had graves all along the front lawn with zombies popping half out as if they were coming back from the dead. The house was covered in spider webs on all sides, plus it had spiders dangling from the roof. Some of the windows were boarded up and the others had pieces of broken glass still hanging as if someone had just been thrown out of it. On top of the house, they had inflatables such as a 10-foot giant reaper, Jack Skellington sitting on a tombstone, and Frankenstein. On the front porch was a ancient wrapped mummy that frightened children as they came up to ring the doorbell because it was actually Charlie’s dad who was hiding inside. To top off the decorations, they had a green and black light type of vibe circulating the entire house to bring it all together. Charlie never liked the cemetery part of their decorations because it always scared him of zombies crawling out beneath the ground and attacking the city. He was so terrified that when he was five, he had a horrific dream right before Halloween night about zombies coming out of the local graveyard and attacking him. The rotten flesh and disgusting smell that reeked in his house made him sick. The zombies crept up the stairs and into Charlie’s bedroom where he was sleeping. The five-year-old boy was absolutely terrified, he saw the zombies come up to his bed, and Charlie screamed as loud as he could in fear and woke up as his mom aided him in comfort. That year Charlie didn’t go trick-or-treating, because he was petrified of what he had seen. Throughout the day he was having flashbacks of what he had saw during his dream. A sudden reminder that made him feel uncomfortable every year of Halloween, but he never experienced anything like that again.
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“Wow” My mom said, glancing to the side of the road and behind a large grey building. “It seems so barren now.” she said, shifting her eyes back onto the road, her hair fluffing up as she shakes her head. “I can’t believe they’re chopping down so many trees.” sadness bubbled up in her voice as the traffic light turned green and my mom drove the car forward. Looking back, I see the the empty plot of land, a place that used to be packed with trees, trees that had been there for hundreds of years. My head turns back forward, the desolate yard of stumps fading off behind us as we continue on home. The thoughts still roam around in my head. How many trees does it take before they stop? One more? Ten more? A hundred more? Or will the only reason to stop be the extinction of them as a whole?
As humans, we associate the word isolation with negative feelings. And being told I was moving to a foreign island across the world that I had never previously heard of had me chalking up isolation negatively as well. The island is very small and doesn’t have all the resources that can be found here in America and you have to take a plane just to get to mainland Japan. My experiences with this isolation over four years altered Okinawa into what I now consider to be my home. My home is a secluded island that shaped me as a person by providing me with the tools and distance to educate different aspects of not only my life, but others as well.
The barn has always been my home. When I look back on my childhood, I have trouble remembering anything other than those long days and nights spent at the barn. My mother, a retired professional dressage, long distance, and show jumping rider was never able to shake that part of her. That instinct was so strong that she even rode while pregnant with both my older sister and me. I was on a horse before I could walk, and ride before I could recite the alphabet. But, as I grew older I developed allergies to horses. So bad that my eyes would swell shut and air could barely squeeze to my lungs. So I left the love of horses to my mom and pursued my own passion...goats. It might sound funny but for the past eleven years, I have shown goats at county fairs and helped the family I lease from take care of the goats and their farm. It takes a special kind of person to care for 30 head of dairy goats. They get milked twice a day and eat a lot.
Up to this point in my life, I have lived in two homes, though the one I live in now is where I have primarily lived. I have so many vivid memories from these two places that I am constantly looking around remembering all of the good times I had. Moving into my current home was not only a decision to expand on our living space, but give both me and my sister a good place to live. Between the less than desirable neighbors and the small cramped environment, it was a necessary choice to move an I couldn’t be any happier for it.
My home, my home sweet home the place where I’m in peace and escape from the busy and crazy world. I moved into this house when I was about 6 or 7 and I have countless of wonderful memories that happened here but also some pretty crummy ones. My house isn't very big, but it isn't small it’s the perfect size for just me and my mom. The walls of my house are close to a vanilla color, but have become a bit dirty over the years and the ceiling of it has some water damage because of the few times it rains here. It’s also very noisy throughout the day and night because of the busy road right behind us. There are so many cars that go by every day and sometimes they wake me up at at the wee hours of the morning. It's usually a massive truck that comes down the road at the same time every night honking it’s horn that trembles and shakes the walls of our house. It’s also a lot of people acting up and speeding or racing down the road. What I really do love about my house is the view we get when you step into the backyard. There's a huge desert and then we have a perfect view of the mountain where the tram is at. I love going out there at night because it's very quiet at times and you can see all the stars and the lights of the city.
It was 1973. No just kidding. It is 2017 I have just moved into a new house. At my old house, there was a playground in my backyard. We made it all by ourselves, from scratch. We had to leave it at the house because of two things, the buyers wanted it and it wouldn't fit in the moving truck. Also at my old house we had 3 rooms, and my mom and dad had to sleep in the garage. The house was a simple house. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen,and a garage, that doesn't open but it. Still works as a bedroom.
Linda Bennett once said “Our homes represent more than our financial assets; they have a deep and unique emotional meaning. Our earliest memories of home are often connected to our childhood.” To me home is where my family is, it’s where I was raised. No matter how far away you move from your home, it will always mean as much to you now as it did back then. Everyone’s home is the building block of the foundation of their future development as a person.
The house is made of deep Burgundy brick and the shingles look a if they could fall off at any moment. Vines that hug her house seem to be sucking all the cleanliness out of the pond, as it is a musty brown color. Another willow tree covers half of the lake and blocks the right side of the house from the sun. A broken wooden ladder leans against the left side of the house, engulfed by vines. Wind howls through the strange statues scattered across her yard and shivers creep up my spine. Some of my unease is soothed when I observe the beautiful garden that borders the house. The flowers are bright and lively, contrasting the appearance of the house and the pond.
In a small town called Whigham located in the southwest part of Georgia is a home numbered 201 in the middle of Harrell Avenue Northwest. The home is shaded by a mighty oak tree, its exterior is white in color with a forest green metal door and window trim painted forest green to match the door. On the outside this house is full of plant life, two domestic dogs that guard the home from morning to night, and wild animals living off the provisions of the land. The inside of the house is full of geckos, family, and love. This is the house I was raised in since my mother and father brought me home from Grady General Hospital in January 1991. This home will forever be my safety and my coziness.
My dream house is a giant mansion in the HollyWood hills. The outside is covered in marble walls and complex designs. As you step step up to the golden gates of the property, you are instantly greeted with the sight of a giant 50 foot building laying in front of an enormous lake. As you approach the lake, you can see as the water moves gracefully with the warm Spring wind. Once you approach the edge of the lake, if you look to the right you will see a massive field of roses and many rare flowers. If turn around and walk away from the lake and move to the left of the building you will be greeted with the sight of a giant 60 foot 200-year-old palm tree with coconuts near its top.