How do the Spaces We Grow Up in Relate to Us as a Person?

Apr 28th, 2015
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Growing up I lived in two different homes an apartment, and a house. I don’t remember too much about the apartment I lived in, as I was only five years old when we moved out. To this day, I know where it can be found in Garfield, on a corner street above a small polish convenience store, which I still visit every once in a while.

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How do the Spaces We Grow Up in Relate to Us as a Person?Timothy Brolsma DeVry University Growing up I lived in two different homes an apartment, and a house. I don't remember too much about the apartment I lived in, as I was only five years old when we moved out. To this day, I know where it can be found in Garfield, on a corner street above a small polish convenience store, which I still visit every once in a while. Of the things I do remember is how we got into the apartment through the rear entrance into the building. Opening the heavy, white metal door left you in tiny corridor just before a stairwell. Climbing up and around all the stairs would leave you at the front door to our small apartment. I hated those stairs; dragging my battery powered four wheeler up and down was not a fun task for me or my mother. I have a hard time recalling what the apartment's layout was like exactly, however I do remember my own room very vividly. It was a small room the walls were painted white and it was shaped oddly, two adjoining walls connected to shape an L and on the other side half of an octagon. Located in the center of the octagon wall was a small stained glass window in the top corner which the early sunrise would shine through creating a rainbow of colors on my walls and dusty brown shag carpet. I remember how my mattress sat on the floor with no frame or box spring. I also recall how most of the furniture in my room was made by my uncle Joe, a carpenter. As we co

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