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By: deanna

Sat, 10 Jul 2010 17:58:55 +0000

you are right.... my sister has the most amaizing house but no one goes cuz she is alwas saing do not thouch the walls or dont use the table or the nice livingroom. i have a home its still under construccion. i still dont have a finished kitchen but i have familiy over all the time and they love it. when my home is all finished it will be a very worm home. from ensenada MEXICO .thanks deanna

By: Dee Brownfield

Tue, 09 Feb 2010 20:01:20 +0000

Oh, love your site!! White, white and more white!!! Love it!! so beautiful ... yes, leave your door open!! thank you for letting me "dream" a few minutes!! Pink Hugs, Dee

By: jodi from new jersey

Wed, 27 Jan 2010 21:39:39 +0000

I couldn't agree more. This makes me think of George Bailey in "It's a wonderful Life. " He hates that newel post that always comes off in his hand, then at the end he kisses it! Home is like no place else on earth, even the finest hotel. I love my happy home! Thank you.

By: Laura

Tue, 26 Jan 2010 00:21:32 +0000

You are my new post crush! Post up today about what makes my house a home! Hope you had a great weekend!

By: Jill

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 23:28:02 +0000

You expressed this so beautifully! This is why I get so sad when people tell me that they are not proud of their home. That it's only temporary and not worth making it "home". That they avoid having friends over because they are embarassed. I have discovered that I am passionate about helping people make their house (even temporary or rental houses/apartments) a home. A place that nurtures you and helps you recharge. A place that reflects who you are. A place you happily invite others to share. A welcome home.

By: Beckie

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 22:10:00 +0000

Wonderful words that don't even need pictures. Beckie in Brentwood, TN

By: Marcy

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 21:09:59 +0000

Thank you for such a beautiful message - just what I needed to hear! I'm visited from Hooked on Houses and am very grateful for that I found this. Thank you for your wisdom.

By: Lori-Anne

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 17:29:51 +0000

I came here through Hooked on Houses and what a treat! Sometimes I come down on myself for not keeping my home in Show Home perfection - especially with a 2.5 year old, a six month old and a 9 week old puppy - but your post definitely brings perspective! Home is the pitter patter of little feet trotting down the hall, a page full of first scribbles hung on the fridge, too many shoes cluttering up the front entrance and a collection of house plants that are verrrrry thirsty (better go water them now, while I'm remembering).

By: nora

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 15:34:46 +0000

This is a beautiful post. You said it all. I'm in the process of decorating my townhouse fixer-upper. I finished the living room and my dear friend (Gil) who has shown great patience in trucking furniture, moving sofas, and nailing trim gave me one of the greatest compliments. He sat down in one of my Goodwill finds, two deep-blue velvet tufted wingback chairs, by the fireplace and said, "I like this, it's cozy. It feels like home."

By: Alleen

Sat, 23 Jan 2010 20:40:43 +0000

What a beautiful article! And so appropriate for everyone! Home is exactly as described - I don't think you missed a detail. Home to me is dolls on pillows on the floor covered in just cleaned towels; chairs pushed together with sheets over them to create a fort; my dog's bones on the floor half chewed and chew toys waiting to be thrown; books on the couch next to the homemade blankets, coffe cups on the table and my sewing sitting ready to be picked up again! Add in the plants and I am a very happy, happy person! Thanks so much for sharing this- we all need this reminder daily.