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Our existence is but a breif crack of light between two eternities of darkness--Vladimir Nabokov 1947 Three years ago my family and I moved to Erie Michigan Our old one story home was scooted up to a ranch style house built in the late 1960s Kay Luis lived there She was an older woman around the age of fifty who welcomedanyone into her heart About three months ago Kay died of leukemia She left behindher house on Cambridge street in Trenton Michigan My grandparents who now live inour old home had become very close with Kay Close enough that Kay had left her homein the care of my grandma and grandpa Because of their low income my grandparentsdecided to sell Kays home Before they put it up for sale they let me tour the house thatI had played in as a child As soon as I walked in the front door I realized that the homewas kept exactly like Kay still lived there Walking from room to room I noticed thehouse resembled the appearance personality and the death of Kay herself I stood in front of ninteen hundred and fifty- four Cambridge street the smallrectangular ranch home looked distant I could make out a small indentation of theancient lawn sprinkler Both the left and right sides of the house were blanketed in vineswhich had hidden the damaged brick that lay underneath Like Kay the house was agedand the crevices were simaler to wrinkles The creamy tan paint still shines through yet itis considerably faded Above the porch the original crystal clear glass windows acted as ifthey were the eyes of Kay She would stand in her windows and watch the neighborhoodevents Yet a bright light seemed to shine from the top window almost as if Kay wasStill hanging on the front door was a welcome sign Even now I felt welcome intoher house The first thing I did was lift her cookie jar lid and
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