Brianna

Grade 4

Aridrie
Alberta

Meaning of home writeing

Pets I love all my pets, especially my dog. My dog’s name is Rex and I’ve had him even before I was born. He is 9 and so am I! My pets are a big part of my home. I bet they are yours too. When I’m sad they cheer me up. I Also have a cat named Ash. He is a male he’s my sister’s cat because she has anxiety but I sneak downstairs sometimes sto cuddle him since he stays in the living room downstairs and my sister does not let him in her room even though it has the cat tree. I would do anything to protect them.

My house feels very safe. I have lived here for five years and nothing bad has happened but imagine a homeless guy or girl living on the streets. Anything bad could happen. They have no place to live. There are more than 100 people on the streets a year. Someone could get robbed or Killed!

My house is very comfortable. I have blankets and an amazing bed, beds are lots of money so would a homeless person be able to buy one? I don’t think so even if he could he would still have to buy a house to put the bed in. he/she cant put a bed on the streets. I bet homeless people are very cold especially in winter.

I am very grateful for all the food I have even if I don’t like it. I’ll eat almost anything! because I don’t want to starve or waste food. Wasting food is wasting money. Homeless people don’t get to eat because they don’t have enough money to buy food and eat good foods like us. Did you know more than 50 people die from hunger a month!?

I’m very grateful to have all my family still even though my brothers tease me. I know they love me and I love them. Most homeless people don’t have families.

Memories Are Home! We all have memories at our homes. We don’t care if it is a tent or a massive house. All that matters is that we have our family. I have most of my memories at home most of my memories are my family or pets like my sister or brothers or my cat or dog no matter what house i have all that matters is i have family.