Is Home for Growing Roots or Petals?

Recalling a nomadic childhood, my sense memories are the only reason I know that I was really there

Tree in front of blue home.
Photo by daniel baylis on Unsplash

We moved a lot when I was a child. That is the short answer. Maybe because there were so many houses, I can’t pin one down as home. Maybe it is because I found a way to be at home in my mind.

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