Tail weaver #278

Michaels challenge this week:
This week Ill admit to borrowing the prompt title from another blog I came across and I wondered what we might make of this title.
Dirty Windows are a fact of life. Some windows we constantly clean and some we dont.
Write this week your response to what you might see through your windows, perhaps the unclean and then the clean.

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I live in a bungalow. Its a 2 bedroomed bungalow.
I will admit, I dont clean my windows too often.
My mom said she’d do it at some point over the summer though. Thanks, mom!
I have blinds on my windows, and I also have heavy curtains. I usually keep my blinds down. Occasionally I open them but normally I dont. It keeps my house cool. I do open the curtains though. I only close them at night when I am about to go to bed.
If I do open the windows, you can see different things out of them. My kitchen faces the front of the house. Looking out the kitchen window, you can see the houses across the street, and my front garden, and usually there is a lot to look at, as my street is usually busy. Some of the neighbours are always out there.
My bedroom also faces front, and the same things can be seen from it. I dont mind the bedroom facing to the front, as by night its very quiet, there is hardly any traffic on my estate, only every now and then you’d hear a car pull up.
My living room and bathroom face to the back of the house, and out the window you will see my back yard, which is nothing special to look at. There is just some grass out there, and a big high wall, the wall is about six foot in height. The yard is quite small, although I can sit out there in summer if I choose to do so.

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Author: Carol anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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