Home Is Where My Family Is
Home means I can work and play peacefully. Home means love and respect… well, most of the time…and also food and games. Home is a warm, welcoming place where you can just relax. The first thing I feel when I get home from school is the love of my family. Whenever I’m sick, my family takes care of me.
Home is where my baby brother Braeden is. Home means I can hear my little brother laugh all day every day whether it’s Christmas in the Children’s’ Hospital or Easter in Ronald McDonald House. We spent the last five Christmases in the hospital with Mr. B. Sometimes we live at Rotary Flames House because Mom and Dad need time off. Home is where my family is.