Tuesday, August 13, 2013
this place is starting to feel like, well, you know, home.
This place is lonliness, excitement and unknown. This place is smaller yet bigger and mysterious. This place is single, transitional and dancebreaks. This place is opportunity, self reflection and small kitchen.
I told a student once, "Sometimes you actively live where you love and sometimes you actively love where you live. But it's always home."
So as I moseyed down main street last Saturday and watched the belly dancers do their thing, I realized, "I love where I live, because I am home."
INTERACT: Where are you home?