Home is so much more than wood and sticks. Home is where I learned to do things, at my home I feel comfort and at home I’m happy. It’s too bad there are 1.3 million people in Canada without a home.
Home is where I learned to do things. I learned to ride a bike and had my first crash. I learned to walk and I learned to talk. At my home I learned to eat food. At my house I learned to be me.
At my house I feel comfort. The couch is my cozy place. I can lie down and relax. My house is comfy because I have heat. The heat wraps me in a blanket of warmth. My family makes me comfortable when we are all together. My home is my only comfy place to me.
At home I’m happy. I have a pet. My pet dog Bongo makes me happy when he jumps up and says hi. I’m happy at home because I have people who love me and I love them. I’m happy at home because I have so many things to do like Lego, T.V. and drawing. My home is my happy place to me.
My house provides more than just water. At my house I learned to be me. My home is my only comfy place to me and my home is my happy place to me. My home hugs me when I’m happy. I feel bad about all those people without a home.