February 14, 2016

Silent Sunday ~ February 14, 2016

If you're not yet familiar with how Silent Sunday works, please refer to the Introductory Post linked in the name or graphic above.

Answer to January 31, 2016 Silent Sunday postingSTOP reading now and click the linked date if you want to play along before the answer is revealed underneath this week's assignment.

Here is today's assignment for February 14, 2016:
Can you get a feel for where this is?  The name of it?  What do people experience here, if anything?  These photos are all of the same location from different views and times of the day.  Answers will be posted in ONE week, on February 21, 2016, along with a new assignment.

Answer to January 31, 2016 Silent Sunday postingSTOP reading now and click the linked date if you want to play along before the answer is revealed below.

I lived in this house from the time I was born until about the age of five.  My mother sold the house to Mickey and Francine Hughes.  This was 1079 Grove Street in Dansville, Michigan.  The house burned on March 9, 1977 when Francine Hughes poured gasoline onto the bed of her allegedly abusive husband and set him - and the house on fire.  There is just a vacant lot where the house used to stand.  Based on this story, a book was written, and later, a movie starring Farrah Fawcett.  Both are titled, The Burning Bed.

Even though I was very little, I have very vivid memories of this house - the smell of the slatted, aged wood in the attic where I would sneak off and play with Johnny West toy sets, the life we lived there, and so on.  In the dining room was carpet, or a large rug, that had an Oriental design.  Some of the walls were mint green in color.  The upstairs was extremely cold in winter.  There was a cellar where the washer and dryer were kept, with an old-style entrance from outside.  Along with a few hardwoods, a fruit tree was out back - either Apricot or Peach, and roses to the left of the very narrow back porch steps as you were going outside.  (I fell into them many times sustaining some nasty injuries).  I won't bore you with more. ;)  Thank you for participating!  I can't wait to read your findings for this week's challenge!
Inspired by her Native American roots and Bradbury lineage, Polly Taskey is a writer and grandmother in the northern USA.  She shares her wisdom and pagan interests through Pagan by Design and The Moonlit Grove.


Magic Love Crow said...

Wow, so interesting Polly! My mom read that book and we both watched the movie on T.V.
I am going to come back and look at the pictures more, but I keep thinking park for some reason.

Polly Taskey said...

Thank you for stopping by Stacy :) A park, hmm, interesting. ;)

Magic Love Crow said...

Came back. Now I am feeling farm, horses. Probably way off! LOL!

Polly Taskey said...

Hi Stacy, no worries if you're "off" - this is only for fun and practice and even the most gifted Mediums and Psychics have "off days". Actually, your feeling of farm and horses makes sense to me. :)

Magic Love Crow said...

Really?? You are just making me feel good! LOL!

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