Cohen

Grade 6

Lower Sackville
Nova Scotia

What My Home Means to Me

I feel safe in my home. If I lost my home I would cry. My home is a nice and safe place. My home is special. All the people in the world should have a home like mine. In storms it keeps me safe. I am protected from others and no one else can get in. My home is unique and my home is a place where I don’t have to feel mad, sad, or scared. I feel happy, safe, good, and grateful. I get clothing, food, drinks, and lots more. All the people in the world should have a home. I would give people homes if I could. And it’s not how big the home is, it’s how happy the home is. Home is not a place, it’s a feeling. My home has life, happiness, care, safety and most importantly love.