The first home my hubby and I rented was very small… so small that my sis said we must be in love! And we were! Looking back now, we were so young:
Below is an “artistic” floor plan of our 441 square foot home in Cheney, WA:
The little pink house sat between 2 railroad tracks which took a little getting used to! We had a king-sized waterbed that felt like one of those coin-operated massage beds when the trains passed. Lol! The bed took up most of the room too. I had to lie on the bed in order to open the dresser.
My hubby sold stereos at the time and we had a set of Magnepan speakers in the living room – 2 ft wide, 6 ft high and 1 inch thick. Perfect sound for a tiny home! 😉
We had our first garden in the backyard. The cows next door got loose one time and helped to fertilize the garden. We had zucchini so large we used them as door stops.
Our first cat, we named Abbynormal after the Young Frankenstein movie. I remember the cat was a bit abnormal and loved the swamps near our house.
When the landlord doubled the rent a year later, we moved to Spokane, WA and paid much higher rent but we a bigger house! 🙂
Do you remember your first home? I’d love to hear your memories!