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When you get older, things change, words change. Well, words do not change but their meanings seem to stretch to fit where we are currently evolved. Right? The word home no longer means the place one lives within four walls. Home is no longer just a destination, it’s way more. I’ve outgrown Webster’s definition of home or I guess I have Lycra’ed it to fit my new definition of home. Per Webster:
: the place (such as a house or apartment) where a person lives
: a place where something normally or naturally lives or is located
: city, state, or country that holds the people you love that you wish you lived with, or sweet memories.
Texas. Texas born and raised. If you know a Texan, you know we are serious about our love of Texas. To paint you a picture, I own: a Texas belt buckle, countless shirts, blankets, cups, and a serving dish. I know, nuts! But Texas isn’t necessarily home for me anymore. And that hurts a bit for me to type. But hear me out, Texas is home. WTF?!?! Texas is home because even though I no longer dwell there, I have little homes there. A piece of my heart is stored all over Central Texas. And as I type this, a heart-holder is in the air, she’ll be here soon. I cannot wait.
P.S. If my husband’s job asked for us to relocate to Austin… we’re sprinting 🙂
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