Home is a word that I never really considered before this year. I was born in Greenville but have lived in Powdersville for 12 years. I grew up in a two story brick home on Hibiscus Drive. My back door neighbor was my very best friend and I had a hopscotch rug in my room.
Right before graduating high school, we packed up and move to Easley. It’s only about a 10 minute drive from my old house but moving 12 years of history takes a lot of effort.
Soon after I went to college and moved into a shoebox storm and had to learn how to live with another person.
Now I’m back home in Easley but in a month I’ll be moving to Anderson.
Home has had many different addresses for me, but I’ve started to realize that home is in a place.
Home is when I’m with my mom.
Home is when I’m laughing with my girls. Home is when I’m in Andrew’s arms.
Home is when I am worshiping my God.
Home is where my heart is and my heart is many places, so with all this change I am so glad to know that my home really hasn’t changed.