a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

What Makes A House A Home...

self
friends
past family
daring to be yourself
surrounding yourself
with things you love
and present family.

15 comments:

COUNTRY GAL said...

I agree. To have all the things you love around you makes a house a home!
Have a warm and happy day !

Teresa aka JW said...

Look at that cutie photo of you.

Your home looks very comfy and homey. Love it. And you are correct in your observations, I think.

EmptyNester said...

I love this post! You are so clever in the various ways you tell a story! Lovely!

LindaG said...

Family and friends, definitely!
Even online friends. :-)
Lovely pictures and excellent post!
Have a wonderful day!

Lou Belcher said...

Wonderful photojournalism. A nice holiday story in those pictures.

Lou

Sunny said...

This is such a heartwarming post. You are truly blessed :)
☼ Sunny

DesertHen said...

As always, a wonderful post!

Happy Wednesday to ya!

Nezzy said...

Sure shootin'...you home should be a reflection of yourself. Wonderful post as usual sweetie.

Have a truly blessed day!!! :o)

Rob said...

And I think memories.

Linda in New Mexico said...

All was smile inducing but especially the lovely pix. I just love family photos. The Olde Bagg

♥ helen said...

nice post :)

THE OLD GEEZER said...

What makes a house a home...

All the things that you mentioned are certainly high on my list too.

What makes my house a home is my loving wife.

~Ron

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Gail...you are so neat! One of my special people on here. I loved this post...it was..wonderful. There are really are not words to express the warmth that flooded my heart...home...and your heart is there. The hat next to the photo my very favorite...
Many hugs to you my dear friend, for all you add to my life.
Mona

Far Side of Fifty said...

Surrounding yourself with all the 'stuff" that reminds you of special people is a good thing:)

Nora said...

And lots of things to dust, that always my first thought. Lovely objects, though. I like the picture of you as a teenager.

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