1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    What is it about old red barns that begs me to stop and ponder the stories it’s walls have seen? What is it about them that makes me want to linger just a minute longer?

    • Cindi Johnson says:

      Oh Winnie, the ones that really get my imagination going are the pieces of property that have one big shade tree and maybe a rose bush that were clearly planted in a front yard and next to a front porch. Such clear pictures appear in my mind ~ complete with sounds of children and the scent of home baked goods in the air; and, of course, a dog.

  2. Cindi Johnson says:

    My dream home 🙂

    • Winnie Nielsen says:

      I totally understand that too, Cindi! I’ve been known to indulge in the same fantasies when it comes to old abandoned houses. But barns really do it to me and it is weird since I have always lived in a city. .

  3. Nancy Coughlin says:

    Barns, sheds, old homes: have a wall in my den covered with paintings, photographs and pictures of old, abandoned places crying out to be remembered. And the tales they can help to weave are wonderful.

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