Vee, I suspect your home is a very historic place to those who hold you dear. ;)
Now where is that historic place? My home isn't historic, but I love that it was built in 1950 and has a maple tree 150 years old in the back yard. Does that make it historic?
Mine is. Local gossip has it that it was built for the sheriff as a bribe to let the local "cat house" to not close it down in the 30's. It's built right downtown in an old logging community. It later became a parsonage. Many families have raised children here, ours included. All I know is that it is Home Sweet Home to us.
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