Home – Day 13 of the 30 Days of Indie Travel

For some people, no matter how much they love traveling, there’s always no place
like home. Other travelers make their homes wherever they happen to be. Tell us
about your home – where is it and why do you consider it your home?

Home. We’ve had a lot of different homes over the years. Each one has been good; a place that was our nest.  A place that we came back to after travel and said “ahhhh”, as we walked in the door, “it’s good to be home”, no matter how wonderful the trip had been.

There are things that have traveled with us over the years from one home to the next; when they have found their niche in the new nest, I know that home is home.

An angel from San Antonio, Texas where I grew up.

A Mexican sun







The deck at the Moana Surfrider on Oahu, our favorite place.

      Our fishy friends

And the Moana Surfrider on Oahu, a print we’ve had hanging over our fireplace for years in every home.

Home is where I’m surrounded by warmth, and love, and memories of wonderful times.

Photos: Personal file

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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4 Responses to Home

  1. tita buds says:

    The first time we saw this house that we now live in, there was something about it that made us feel that we’d found our home. It’s been two years and we’ve made it even more so. It’s a very calming place and we love coming home to it. 🙂


  2. munchow says:

    Home is where my friends are. Where my love is. Where my kids are. Like you I have had many homes, too many to have one being the one. But I still like the comfort of “home” wherever that is, with my books and my music.


    • Angeline M says:

      Oh, indeed….the books and music. One of the first things I unpack in a new home are my books. We have been lucky in the last few places to have our kids nearby, and that is a blessing! Thanks so much for your comment.


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