Calling all Genea-Musings Fans:
Here is your assignment if you choose to play along (cue the Mission Impossible music, please!):
1) What was your childhood home like? How big was it? How many rooms did it have? What facilities did you have? What furniture was there?
2) Share your response on your own blog, in a comment to this post, or in a comment or post on Facebook.
After World War II, my parents moved into 2119 30th Street in San Diego in 1947. This was a second floor apartment in one of the houses my great-grandparents built in 1895 and my grandparents owned after they died. I lived there continuously from 1947 until I moved out for the first time in 1966.
I struggled making the dimensions work out on this home. It was relatively small, but as a child it seemed big. We used every inch of space with five of us in essentially a 1,400 square feet home.
There are photos of the west and south sides of the house at https://www.apartments.com/2119-30th-st-san-diego-ca/l5856re/
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