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#938576 added July 25, 2018 at 10:34am
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House With Charm
Prompt: "Oh, I can't describe my home. It's home and I can't put it's charm into words." Elizabeth Gaskell
Write your Blog entry from this quote.

I do love my house. It's s ranch style house in the country surrounded by corn fields and I wished I lived by mountains and lakes by it is quiet here. My house has a nice living room, front room edition, three bedrooms, kitchen, two bathrooms, one bedrookm being used for a doll room and the other the computer room. I like to read and do crafts in my room edition as I have a card table, wicker furniture and a imitation fireplace, a book case full of books and I decorate with dolls, tea sets, wolf statues, dream catchers, snowbabies and the like. I have brown cheery wood furniture and I keep my house clean and make it a home. I feel it has charm. It's nice and feels like a home. It isn't Downton Abbey, Pemberly or a mansion but what would I do with a mansion? It would be big and lonely and I would need housekeepers. I think the charm is the love and time you put into your home to keep it nice and inviting to guests. Christmas really gives it charm. I think this can be said about any house. Charm? This could apply to English cottages, simple house as long as you have love and are caring and make the house or where you live look like it. I am content. I am charmed as well.

My Jane Austen Doll I ordered complete with P&P Book and Quill. One of my favorite items

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