A German House

October 11, 2014 § Leave a comment

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“My brother.  He was the miller.  He built the house all by himself. Yes, a three-floor house for all of us.”

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“One floor for each sister. But only one of us got married.”

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“Also five garden sheds. He was a collector of all sort of things.  The sheds were all fully furnished and prepared for our summer evenings. Still are. ”

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“Oh, haven’t we had some lovely evenings with neighbours and friends here…”

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“Now it’s just the two of us. She, 95 and I, 88…”

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“… and the house.”

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“Once a Turk came by– or was he a Greek like yourself? Can’t remember… He was a puppet master.”

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“I got these from him. They might fit you.”

 

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