Essay About My Home

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Personal History Homes are places that people can go to for warmth, memories and comfort. My childhood home was in Chicago, IL. It was located in the Chatham area of 8201 S. Cornell. The home was full of comfort for me and my family. My home is your typical brick style home with multiple windows. It’s brown in color with Maroon blinds. There were flowers, bushes and other landscape surround the house. From the house, I had a huge yard with two pine trees surrounding 6,250 square feet of fencing. Inside the front living room, it was a large bay window that allows a lot of sunlight into the home when the blinds were open. The large window in the room allows you to see a lot of our neighborhood and people passing by as…show more content…
Like all relationships, my parents went through many problems. Whether it’s paying the bills, trying to find a baby sitter, or trying find solutions to problems that I couldn’t understand. Through all the pitfalls and obstacles; they did the best could of raising me into becoming a man. Donald David Reed was person who was down to earth, a person who would give you the shirt off his back. He took me to my first White Sox game where the Houston Astros played. At 12 years old, he taught me the ways of right from wrong, taught me common sense, he showed me how to take care of things were important and also taught me things about life. One of my disagreements was when I got one of the worst whooping of my life. It was late on a Saturday night and I was coming from a friend’s house because no one was home. When I got to the front door my father was so upset that he turned into an Anthony Hopkins on “Silence of Lambs.” The backyard with the two pine trees were dark, the grass was gray and there was a full moon out. I could not explain as what happen or why did I come in late but after the beating he told me to go to bed. What I learned from the whooping I knew that when it was time for bed or to come the house at a certain

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