Serena

Grade 6

Richmond
British Columbia

My Home, Is My Comfort Zone

Home means different things to different people. For example, some believe home means shelter and safety. To others home means foundation and physical structure. For me, home is much more than structure and safety. Home to me is a freedom of expression which makes it a judgement free zone. I love that whatever I do in life, my family will except and support me for who I am. That’s not all, my family provides such a great support system. I know that I will always have people that support me; I know that because at home we have family time. My home brings us together after a long day of school, sports and work. We might not have had the best day but when we come home we get comfortable and discuss how we are feeling openly. There is no judgment, just love and care. It feels good to know that if I had an awful day my family always has time to talk about it in our home. My home, is my comfort zone.

In conclusion home means freedom of expression, judgement free zone, physical structure, is comfortable, is a support area and allows me to connect with my loving and caring family.