Day 13 of 30 Days of Indie Travel Project, from BootsnAll
Prompt #13: HOME
“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?”
Wherever she is
This prompt is easy.
I grew up in Virginia, went to college in Tennessee, lived in Scotland and Ireland, and moved to Oregon in 2000. My passport’s taken me from Tibet to Thailand, Nepal to Canada, Australia to India. Over these years and travels, I’ve seen so much of what makes home, home.
In 2009 I got married. As my wife and I make our way in the world, I now know where my home truly is.
Home is wherever she is.
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