12 March 2014

Teeny tiny houses of Charleston - Radcliffe St.

Radcliffe St., Charleston, S.C.
I am on a roll with the tiny houses but I haven't really scratched the surface yet. There are many more! This one was probably originally a business or shop since it is on the same property as a main house.

I do need to apologize to my readers for all the grammatical errors I make in my rush to post an entry. I am sorry. I often catch them later or a kind reader brings them to my attention. I fix what I can but those of you who read my entries first must suffer. To my credit, I grew up overseas, went to school in a different language,  took English as a second language subject and didn't always do well in it even though it was my native tongue. Sad state of affairs. Heheh. 

10 comments:

  1. Boy is that small!

    I usually write my blogs ahead, but every once in awhile an error shows itself.

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    1. It is tiny. I bet it was a shop.

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  2. Love the small houses. If the cities here would allow them I'd build K & I one. But as they see things, I'm only here to fund THEM so they can live in BIG houses. (Little houses pay little in taxes.)

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    1. That is so unbelievable to me. It seems so wrong that you wouldn't be allowed to build your choice of home on your property. Is this just they case in subdivisions or everywhere?

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  3. Oh Lord, don't apologize. Here's my thought. Did you communicate your idea? Yes? Then poo on those who are nitpickers about grammar etc. The whole point is to communicate a thought.

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    1. Oh, no one gives me a hard time about it but sometimes folks let me know that I have a clear typo or name spelled wrong. I hate it when I catch them myself so I have no problem being reminded. I enter things in a rush.

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  4. Hmmm...I've never seen a typo or a grammar error in your photos!

    :-)

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    1. Heheh....there ya go! That is what is important.

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  5. I've never seen any typographical errors either. And the little houses are a constant fascination.

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    1. Oh good! I can find a lot more.

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