Home is where my family is. When we are together it is home. No matter when, where or what the occasion, when my children, grandchildren and parents are all together, my heart is full and happy!
Home is where I live, where I spend most of my time. Home is not my parents home or my in-laws home, or the first house my wife and I rented. Home is where we are together with our son as a family. Home is not the structure. Home is the spirit that holds people together and can turn a simple house, a mansion or if necessary an emergency shelter into a home. There is an old saying that home is where the heart is. That may be the best definition we can come up with.
With the people I love and love me. With my husband whom is my soul supporter of any endeavors I choose to take on. I don't consider home as the roof over my head because that is only my temporary dwelling place.
At the moment my home seems more like a home base where I simply put my head down. It's not that I dislike my house or my family that share it with me. Its more of a case of disliking the area in which I live. I'm a country boy basically that lives too close to the city. Hopefully someday I'll find a little part of the world that I can truly call home.
Always, always, always ~ home is where I am with the people whom I love. There is no equivalent. That is where my greatest joys lie, and where I feel the safest. This is to include my close family, and close friends who are like my family.
Home, family, friends ~ these are great blessings indeed.
Home is where I feel loved. Sometimes it is in the midst of family and exuberant grandchildren, sometimes it is at work when a common bond is felt, home is sometimes here when I connect with my fellow hubbers. Home is always in the arms of my beloved husband.
Home is wherever my husband is. We enjoy being in our home together and neither one of us want to go anywhere.
Home is my paradise.
It is where I will find peace and harmony. I find myself at very relax state where all the work stress are totally eliminated when I am at home.
Home is where ever I feel most comfortable. I don't tend to create reliant relationships with other people so home to me could be somewhere by myself if I felt comfortable there. So home for me now is two countries, where I was born and where I live and I feel at home in both of those countries regardless where the most family and friends lie.
Where every my husband and kids are. Home to me is where the ones I love are everything else dose not matter.
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