White Doors

“Home is people. Not a place. If you go back there after the people are gone, then all you can see is what is not there anymore.” – Robin Hobb When Mummy and Daddy got divorced, Mummy asked the Council for a house, and was given a choice: we could either move into a house that … More White Doors

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Hello, and thank you for checking out this blog. This project isn’t just about me, or those whose stories have already been published. I want to hear about what ‘home’ means to all of you, no matter who or where you are. Home can be a place, a feeling, a person, even a song or … More Share your story

A House To Put It In

A soldier’s little girl, whose father was being moved to a distant post, was sitting at the airport among her family’s meager belongings. The girl was sleepy. She leaned against the packs and duffel bags. A lady came by, stopped, and patted her on the head. ‘Poor child,’ she said. ‘You haven’t got a home.’ … More A House To Put It In