Remembering

Even though this house hasn’t been hers for at least five years, my grandma’s old house still awakens memories deep inside of me.

I remember the family dinners and her tiny cocker spaniel. Most of my fondest childhood memories are from my grandma’s old house.

Dylan Brown

Even though this house hasn’t been hers for at least five years…

Dylan Brown

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