Hard times tend to bring people closer. Although we are missing an integral part of our family, we have become a stronger blended family unit. I was amazed at the strength and love that my family is capable of. It is truly an honor to be part of such an amazing family.
This world is filled with materialistic ideas and wants. We tend to get caught up in the daily "must have's" and forget our bare necessities.
When we were home a few weekends back, it was the first time at my parent's new house.
We decided to take a walk down memory lane and drive by our old houses. Talk about blast from the past.
These are the homes I grew up in, back in Texas. The best part of these homes are not the features on the inside, but the multitudes of memories that were shared in the homes.
A home does not reside on one street, neighborhood or in a single state. Home is where your loved ones are.
A home is not a tangible structure, in a set location. Home is where your loved ones are in the present, past and where they will be in the future.
Home is wherever I'm with you!
You don't need money, cars or even a roof over your head to feel like you are home...all you need are your loved ones close.
Don't waste a moment or chance to tell your loved ones how incredibly important they are to you.