We took a few days and went to my homeland this past weekend. I love Chicagoland. I love Naperville. It was freezing but worth it. We always try and cram so much on a trip home. We saw good friends, had family parties, ate at our favorite resturants. 

Whenever I go home I can’t help but remember some really great times I had there as a teenager. I’ll drive by my high school and remember singing the national anthem at sporting events, or where I went sleding with a bunch of friends until the wee hours of the night. My job at the coffee shop in 5th avenue station. There are just so many to list. Its fun to have those memories. 

I don’t like leaving. That place is filled with people who love me and who I love. They give me a sense of security knowing that the love is abounding and unconditional for me and my family. They truly care about my family and are truly interested in us. When you are with family you aren’t invisible. Its such a good feeling that you don’t want to leave. I don’t know, maybe that makes me needy. Its just nice to be home. I love you guys!


One Response to Home

  1. Trish says:

    Ya and how we were FROZEN until the wee hours of the morning! I remember having many bruises the next day…

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