Lauren Modery


My daughter Elena shared this post on Facebook. For the past 2 or 3 years, I have seen post about these tiny houses. At first, I thought, that is cute, I would live in one, but had some of the concerns you shared in your post. About 3 years away from the trend, I am not so impressed by the ‘doll-like houses.’ These would be great for those who love to camp or vacation in the mountains, the coastline, etc. But they would need to own a small lot to put these homes, to have them permanently hooked up to a power pole and sewage. Would it be worth the cost and upkeep? I cannot answer for others, but it would not for me, unless I spent at least 4 months on vacation, on and off, over the course of a year. This was such a funny read and it made me laugh, because it was all true. I sure enjoyed the read. I am glad my daughter posted it to her Facebook page.

— Denise Burnside

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