October 25, 2006

Home is where the Heart is

Home is where the Heart is

It is often said that ‘Home is where the Heart is’.

In my case I dont live at Home. I’ll explain, I live in a one bedroom flat in the Chapelfields area of Coventry, which I own, along with the mortagage lender. But my home is a large 8 bedroomed house in the Stivichall area of Coventry about 4 minutes drive away from my flat.

So why is home to me? A home is usually created by the people who live in the house.

The people who live in this house have become like family to me they have made their home a house that is open and available to others and they work hard to welcome and accept whose who come and visit. It has become so much of a home to me that I am nearly always there, with them. I have now reached a point where feel as though I want to move in and live with them permenantly, what’s more they welcome this idea.

I want to move in, I want to be apart of what they have created and I want to contribute to the work that is being done there. I’m not looking for an easy ride, I want to help build and grow this precious home.

Intrigued?


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  1. me

    know the feeling. hehe people get confused when they ask if i need a lift home and i say im already home, but a lift house would be good….

    26 Oct 2006, 09:50

  2. .

    me is me, me is

    26 Oct 2006, 13:24

  3. Hello ‘Me’, I’ve guessed who it is. But for the fun of it see if you can guess who it is Folks. The first to guess correctly gets a prize (no help from ‘me’ please).

    26 Oct 2006, 13:33

  4. ; ) The TJ

    Helen?

    26 Oct 2006, 16:25

  5. Correct. Will have to make some arrangements on the prize front I think..Hmmm

    26 Oct 2006, 17:17

  6. hannah

    back to what you blogged about i know what you mean i live at home and actually is at home tis a great place

    27 Oct 2006, 14:57

  7. jelous

    its alright for some

    27 Oct 2006, 15:41

  8. I’m not exactly sure what you mean Jelous.

    27 Oct 2006, 15:45

  9. ; ) The TJ

    I think the ‘its alright for some’ = ‘I want to be there too’...well, maybe

    28 Oct 2006, 14:23

  10. Andy

    Darn! I was gonna say “I know the feeling” but it’s already been said…twice…
    doh!
    Yeh well you get the idea…

    29 Oct 2006, 23:04

  11. jelous

    bet you havent worked me out yet :P

    30 Oct 2006, 12:39

  12. Jelous
    havent ‘worked you out’ or ‘worked out who you are’?

    Not much to go on at present, and not exactly sure what you mean Jelous ‘it’s alright for some’. Could be someone in community wishing they weren’t or some not in community wishing they were. Any more clues? ;o)

    31 Oct 2006, 09:04

  13. jelous

    home is where i want to be. its alright for those who live there.

    31 Oct 2006, 15:23

  14. me

    oy jelous! you’re nicking my line

    31 Oct 2006, 15:30

  15. ; ) The TJ

    Would ‘jelous’ be Andy or one of the other teens?...just a thought

    02 Nov 2006, 07:41

  16. jelous

    ah, but tj, ‘teens’ dont exist-according to our household leader. i suppose that just makes us unstable inbetweenies.

    07 Nov 2006, 16:59


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