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Hello to all the beautiful people reading this!

I was just in my room, sipping some tea, listening songs and reading Fear Street: The Babysitter 3 by R. L Stine. I really like to read but i don’t get to read as much because my brain kinda wanders off in the middle, so it’s kinda hard for me to focus unless i finish the book in one sitting. It is possible, I started, Are You Afraid Of The Dark by Sydney Sheldon, and finished it in one night. Obviously my mother was furious because I had school in the morning, but I’m an impatient person.

Yeah, so I was in my moment went this website crossed my mind. Now this website had been a pain in the ass for a couple of days. I mean, I had this idea of creating this and, trust me, the whole time I was asleep i couldn’t get it out of my mind. This website is a team work, it’s just I am the one writing this because this place is built to share so why not I’m the one to start.

Well, to be honest, I wanted to write about home in this piece but I got side tracked, lol. Anyway, about home. What is a home? It is quite a famous quote: ” HOME IS WHERE YOUR HEART IS”, I personally don’t think people can disagree.

Now, my brain is kind of disagreeing but I shut it out saying that a ‘house’ and a ‘home’ are two different things. Let me share what’s going on up in my head:

“*My Brain:* if they are two different things then why do forms and stuff ask for home address?

*Me:* ………

*My Brain:* if home is more in a metaphorical sense, like people are home or home is a place where your basic hierarchy of needs is available. Then why people don’t ask for house address if they wanna know where we live? Home could be our mind too.

*Me:* I fold, You won. Its not my problem and neither is it yours so lets stop and focus on the book, eh?

*My Brain:* point.”

Okay! So that awkward conversation was it. Please let us know your thoughts in the comments below! We appreciate it.