|It has changed very little, except for all the walnut trees that have been cut down over the years.|
|This could be the kids in Our neighborhood.|
We were in and out of each others house all day long and no one had ever heard of a play date. When Eisenhower and Stevenson were locked in the 1956 election, we took the side of Stevenson and marched up and down the street, chanting. because the Stevenson kids who lived across the streets, had the same last name. The fact that most of the neighborhood and my folks were probably staunchly Republican was lost to us, as we rallied the votes.
I have fond memories of my childhood, it was a carefree time, that could not be captured for my kids even if we lived in the same neighborhood. My mom and dad lived there until they both passed away. The hardest thing my brother and I had to do was sell that lovely house and move on when the time came.