A house or a home thair is a difference
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michaelschulzeCommunity member
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Right town right location but could it ever be home

A house or a home thair is a difference

by michaelschulze

On my trip I've been looking for a town that feels write

Shops doctor's transportation weather and of course it has to be in the bush where there is access to fishing and those beautiful mountains

Well yes I've found a place and a house but does one bye it without finding someone to call home for what is a house if there is no home

A shell with walls and doors and windows but without love to fill the rooms no amount of furniture or paintings on the wall will make it a home

Looking for a house is good but without someone to call home it would never be anything but a house

I think i may keep looking for a home before we bye a house

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3 months agoReply
@bernardtwindwil Thanks you old nomad I've only moved 26 times if i discount the years on the road traveling this beautiful County

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
3 months agoReply
@michaelschulze @bryanthomas You are both correct. I have moved residence 36 times in my life. Only a handful of those places have been a home. Those were due to the presence of 2nd wife and our children. I have lived in my present house for 10 yrs now making this my homestead. The ranch I was brought up on has turned to desert alkali flats through improper irrigation. The adobe ranch house still stands among the cottonwoods and tamarisk trees. The poplars, oaks, elm, and ash are all dead. The pond is dry and tumbleweeds cover the porch. I still feel a nostalgic tug when I pass by.

3 months agoReply
@bryanthomas Thank you but i have a strange feeling it takes love to turn a house into a home

bryanthomasGifted WriterIn my spare time I juggle fog.
3 months agoReply
Sometimes it takes quite a while for a house to become a home.