The Houses in My Life
Houses are all different in one way or the other some are small and some are big. My house is not small, it’s not big. That old house is located in the Meadows Place Community on Bloomington Ln and it’s about 40 years old.
The old house I have lived in was so small the rooms were like a shoes box of small. The walls were starting to fall apart from how old it was. The kitchen was all destroyed because the one of the cabinets fell off and then the rest started to fall off too. The kitchen floor was so ugly like the tiles were starting to break. There were pieces of tile everywhere when my mom would sweep the floor. The paint started to look like someone got an eraser and just erased it all. (Visual imagery)
The bedrooms were not as bad. It had 3 bedrooms and 2 restrooms. One of the bedrooms had the windows broken there was glass all over the floor and the beds from a burglar trying to get in. The window had a hole as big as a tire. (Visual imagery)The other rooms were better they were pretty decorated but they had wet marks from a pipe that broke in the ceiling. The wet marks looked like someone went in the attic and just hit the ceiling with a hammer and then dumped buckets of water on it. They didn’t have ceiling fans because we got that stolen while we were on vacation with the family.
The house I live in know is like 3 times better than the first one because it’s in a better neighborhood. The house has everything we need and more. This house is not in the conditions our old house was its way better. This house has 3 bedrooms and 2 restrooms but it’s bigger than that one the rooms are just spaced out. The house has wall with pretty colors like green, peach, and bash like. (Visual imagery) The floors are new and the ceiling fans are there when we get back from vacations. My room has no hole in the windows or walls.
My house is pretty strong it’s been standing in the same place for about 40 years. The walls must be made of like 30 layers of thick for it to still be standing like it is today. People would think that a house that old would have cracks...