Audrey: The front door was never used. It was just to look at. It was beautiful. I can always see that front door of that big house. That door was beautiful. Grampa (William J.B. Spencer) sold the homestead in East Greenwich and we bought the house in Coventry with the money.
I lived there since I was twelve years old until I married and we moved to a small house. We went back to live at 742 Washington Street until we bought the house on East Greenwich Avenue in West Warwick. You (Heather) were nine months old when we moved.
I got by. I had the children there. I was making up things all the time. We would go out and play and pick daisies. The ﬁeld was full of daisies. But I enjoyed you kids. It was all I needed—my seven masterpieces as I call you.