Friday, July 23, 2010

autobiographical

9 comments:

Vickie said...

I was always fascinated with old empty farmhouses, as well. But I always wanted to stop and look inside. There were probably snakes, but I was sure my mom would keep me safe.

Beth said...

I love this, because I remember plenty of houses like that from my childhood! I can remember going in one, and it was no big deal, but they all had an air of ominous mystery!

Paula said...

There are plenty of them here in our county but on private property so can't always go in. I will go in veeery carefully and in daylight only. lol

Debra said...

i used to love going into abandoned houses and looking around, my imagination in overdrive, and my curiosity piqued!

Chris said...

Damn, that last little bit was deep.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Would not be bad as long as it was not night time.

FrankandMary said...

Distant & unattainable...at least in my dreams. ~Mary

Anonymous said...

Oh this is wonderful. Please put a book together. Please please please.
-Cin
P.S. I've heard that those empty farm houses make good meth labs now.

almost 50 but not quite said...

No kidding--this is a graphic novel waiting to happen. Do it. Do it!!! For our sakes', do it!!!