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The House Where Time Stood Still

It couldn’t stand still forever

Photo by Kevin Andre in Unsplash

There once was a house that remained virtually unchanged for decades. Wood paneling coupled with orange and brown striped wallpaper still graced the basement walls. One bathroom was a shade of green that only existed in the 70s. Almost every piece of furniture and every knickknack had been planted before I ever stepped foot through the door a quarter of a…




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Adrienne Koziol

Adrienne Koziol

Wife and mom first. Writing, homeschooling, Muay Thai, and BJJ fill in the rest.

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