STAIR LANDING/Edward Hopper House, Nyack, N.Y./gunther
By Arthur H. Gunther III
(also on Facebook)
The vestibule, the foyer, the landing of any house is initially what makes it a home. Visitors — family, friends, strangers — enter there, introduced/reintroduced to what else is in the house that makes it a home.
Goodbyes, some to last forever like lost love, are said there, in words, perhaps. Perhaps not.
Memories are made in the vestibule, the foyer, the landing, many to exist and exist as if never leaving the space.
The writer is a retired newspaperman. firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook Messenger.