A. P. Roberts (aproberts) wrote,
A. P. Roberts


    Their house wasn't large by any means. It was fine in the beginning with two people and no children. It was cosy, if a bit cramped, by the time there were several children.
    However, when Ewan, the seventh child and only male, was born, there was scarcely any space to be found. Everything served two or more purposes and modesty was a dream of the past.
    It was difficult for visitors to get use to. However, it was just as difficult for them to get use to space when visiting others.
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