Amy Grant gently sings, “If these old walls could speak/ Of things they remember well/ Stories and faces dearly held” in her song If These Walls could Speak. The sentiment that a home carries the tales of the people who lived there is widely felt. By being lived in, a house becomes more than just shelter from the elements- it develops into its own entity. It holds the stories of the people who walk its halls and sleep in its rooms.
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