• Anonymous

Home is memories

Updated: Nov 17, 2018

Where I was born, my religious experiences and how I practice it now, my whiteness, queerness, and experience as an only child

Home for me is my memories with family, the beach where I grew up, places where I had meaningful life conversations with old friends, comfort food I grew up with. Home for me is being around people who make me feel safe, whether friends or family, people that I can rely on.


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