“The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” – Maya Angelou
In my quest for finding what the word ‘home’ means for me, I have moved a lot. From busy suburbs to the rural farming community where I now live, I’ve experienced both the joys and pains of living in many different places. And each time I have learned a little more about myself, as well.
I discovered that at the heart of each move to a new place is the drive to create. Whether that means helping a musty old farmhouse come back to life after years of disrepair, or unveiling the sleeping beauty inside a neglected Queen Anne, I have enjoyed each and every project to the full.
Even the missteps along the way were valuable lessons. And in the end I have created homes for both myself and others to enjoy.
Still to come:
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