Ever give thought to you’re address? Usually we are all given a set of numbers that links us to our current residence. Normally we use these numbers when we fill out letters, pay bills, etc. Do you remember you’re childhood address?
Numbers are an everyday thought. When we call our loved ones, pay for something at the grocery store, or even counting you’re current calorie intake for the day.
A simple number 7 may not mean much to anyone, but for me it’s a simple number of a place of mystery. A place I moved to early on in my marriage when my husband was enlisted in the Marine Corp. It’s a destination I thought I’d never live at in my life. Being a small town southern girl, I found myself moving up north for a short while. It’s a number that represents the birth of my second child. A solitary number that sits beside a door my husband walked through late each night from work.
I took this picture years ago to remind me of what once was. A time in my memories that will always be a special place of growth, love, friendship. A number that I left behind one rainy day to only come back to years later in this current time makes it all the more special.