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This was a guest post from my friend, the lovely and talented Liz Davis. She blogs at I love her blog and her attitude toward the past. Liz is an artist, and she is quite talented at what she does. She is a lover of all things retro and vintage. She blogs about all things retro and she is one of the coolest ladies I know.
Retro lives and retro lifestyles are just as important and exciting as anything else. Retro clothing, retro food, retro movies, and retro cars are just a few of the things that make the past so vibrant and alive.
Retro lifestyle is a huge lifestyle trend, so I have to say that Liz is absolutely right that we ought to embrace the past. There are only a few things that should really be kept in the past, and those include everything from shoes to appliances to furniture, even the TV. There are a lot of things out there that are pretty similar but very few that are exactly the same. My personal favorite is a piece of furniture that looks exactly like an out-of-tune record player.
So, we have that same thing that makes my old house so great: My old house. The thing that makes my old house so great is not my family. Not even the fact that I have them. It’s probably the fact that they were all there, and they stayed in the house for my entire childhood. When I was growing up I had so many different things that my parents were there, there were so many other people that I never met, and I had so many memories.
The thing that makes my old house so great is my parents. They were so big and so loud and so loud and so loud, and I was so young, and that was really what made it so great.
Your parents sure can be a pain in the ass. For the very first few years of your life you may be too young to remember being loud, obnoxious, and obnoxious, and this may be why you have a tendency to complain about them in the present. However, your parents don’t just live in your house, they live in your head.
This is why it’s so important to have a home that is a little bit more quiet. You’ll enjoy the quiet more, and the memories that are less likely to be triggered will be less likely to be triggered.
A good example of this is the way in which you may have a tendency to be loud. My children are the exact opposite, and this has become a problem over the years. However, you don’t have to be a loud person at all to benefit from the quiet in your home. For instance, if you are a home theater junkie, you can enjoy listening to your favorite movies on the huge plasma screen.
Loud things are more likely to be triggered and a loud person can cause hearing loss. So you might want to consider the way you keep your house quiet.
Another thing to consider is how you use your space. I know when I lived in my home, my parents were always busy, so I didn’t have much space to myself. I used to have a bed in the spare room that was about the size of a shoebox, it was my little office. But one day when I was cleaning out my storage room, I came across this huge pile of old blankets and pillows that my parents had once used.