Sit comfortably / 40: C as a house, a place to grow, find shelter, enjoy

Giovanna Fumagalli Biolo

“Home is where we love.
Our feet may leave it, but not our heart. “

Oliver Wendell Holmes

Over the course of several days I have found branches of all sizes and shapes in my pergola and I have no idea where they came from.
Then one morning I was fascinated by the sound and turned my eyes away (which I think we should all do a little more) and I realized that a pair of gray doves were nesting on the edge of my roof.
I’m telling you the truth, I got excited, I started keeping an eye on them and I discovered that when mom has a still child, dad tries a lot to collect the things he needs to build a home.
Again Mother Nature gives me a wonderful show that I never get tired of thinking and it reminds me of how perfect it is in every celebration.
Since I am also curious, I have done some research on these birds and I have discovered that they symbolize the highest and eternal level of love: fidelity, and they do not follow a moral code, but rather they consider the marital relationship to be unique and unique. Sure
How much we have to learn from nature.
Although I probably won’t see the kids, these birds have chosen to make their home in my house despite being guarded by a dog and two cats, this thought fills me with joy and pride.

If you tell adults: “I saw a beautiful pink brick house, with geranium in the window and a dove on the roof …”,
They can’t imagine the house.
You must say: “I saw a house worth a million francs.” Then they immediately shouted: “Oh, how beautiful!”

Little gold

Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Here is a word that I absolutely love and it makes my heart warm বল Every moment I think of the meaning of that which is complex, because it refers not only to the ordinary building where one lives, but to a story, the story of a place full of memories and experiences to which we feel deeply. Membership
Having a home to greet every morning and find again every evening creates a sense of peace and security that allows us to face all the adversities we promise every day.
When my kids were young, and I had to go to school with them, getting out of the house was always tiring, because it was never time.
“One more minute please” and then before leaving they put a little thing in their apron pocket “because it reminds me of home” they said, and can I blame them?
Who among us could not fly home like the hero of an unforgettable movie UP tied in thousands of balloons everywhere?
The home is a place where every resident is given the opportunity to meet with respect, dignity, strength and then leave with confidence.

Even today, when children are adults, I try to preserve the warm and welcoming environment they have when they return to childhood, with a desire to create them with laughter, attention, and the scent of good food. Feeling special and loved ..

Because it is also home. It’s comfort, it’s tranquility, it’s a fence that protects, a shelter that supports and not a cage that traps, a prison that encloses, a place that suffocates.
Every moment I stop to look, my house, dreamed and built with my husband more than twenty years ago, was chosen by many because it is special (or maybe he chose us?).
If I close my eyes I still see my third child playing in the plastic house in the garden, I see that they have been playing for hours in the small pool until their skin is dry, I can see all kinds of animals running around in joy and I see flowers, plants , See the shrubs that have made a place for themselves and give pleasure to our eyes. And I see many, many friends and family who have crossed our gates sharing the precious bits of life with us. The years flew by quickly, leaving a trail of perennial joy.
Because the house is also, welcome, open, listening and photos, books, objects that reflect our inner love and it constantly reminds us.
It was a mix of bricks and concrete and we made it a place to overflow with love. Home.

“Everyone sets up a home at some point in their lives.
The hardest part is building a house in the heart.
Not just a place to sleep, but a place to dream.
A place to raise a family with love,
A place not to seek refuge from the cold
But we have an angle of our own from which the changing seasons can be appreciated;
Not a place to spend time,
But where will you feel happiness for the rest of your life “.

Sergio Bambaren

And what does your home represent for you? I look forward to hearing from you, and as always, if you would like to come to my blog to meet me, other stories are waiting to be read in my company. – ​​The first online information network in the province of Leko

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