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( Copyright Mel Steinhauer all rights reserved ) Not all that long ago, houses were designed with an extended area just outside the front door. Some had a roof as a cover from rain and a bright sun, while others did not. It was a place to stomp and wipe your feet before entering, or maybe a place to sit in a rocking chair to watch a long day finally come to an end. Or just a place to talk with neighbors or friends. But nowadays with televisions, busy schedules and fancy decks in our back yards, not too many people get to enjoy the old-time simplicity of a ... Front Porch.
May 8th, 2010
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