There’s an old saying “home is where the heart is”. A house is four walls and roof that provide shelter from the elements. A home is a safe haven from all of “life’s little storms”. Above all, home is place where you feel comfort, security, and love.
The people (and pets!) you share it with
Your kids are in the backyard playing fetch with the dog and your husband’s making a sandwich in the kitchen. Meanwhile, the cat’s napping on your keyboard, again. Everyone going about their routines gives your home the unmistakable buzz of life.
The rituals you create
From standing Saturday movie nights complete with popcorn to your annual Independence Day barbeque, the traditions you keep with family and friends create fond memories — and get everyone looking forward to making more.
The smells of good cooking
For many folks, a house isn’t a home until it’s been cooked in. From the wafting aroma of soup to the mouthwatering smells of baking cookies, every meal you stir up in your home is nourishment for both body and soul.
It may be that reading chair you’ve moved into every place you’ve lived since college, or your memory foam mattress with the plush covers you splurged on. No matter how clean and modern your style, every home needs at least one or two cozy spaces where you curl up and relax.
The memories you make
This is where you were standing when you found out you were pregnant with your first child. Here are the marks on the wall measuring your children’s growth. And it was at this dinner table that you celebrated your last big promotion. Every cocktail party, Christmas Eve, or simple Sunday afternoon leaves its impression, making your house a repository for every experience of a life well lived.
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