“where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts”
oliver wendell holmes
or so that’s what my grandma always said + for the first time in my life i live in the same state as my grandma! all my family for that matter minus my two sisters + their small families but thankfully they’re not far. i still can’t believe it’s been almost a full year since jon + i made the trek to my old kentucky home… where does time go? there is something so comforting about saying we’ve finally made a home here! what does it really mean to make a home though? what does the word ‘home’ mean to you? transitions are strange but i suppose that’s what life is really. just a strand of events from one transition to another + i always seem to find myself in one. truthfully though, this way of living is kinda how i love to live. i love change + adventure! i’ve lived in twelve different homes over the past 26 years. all of which had nothing to do with cons just the fact that i like to mix things up! but i’m happy to express how much i love this town + really am looking forward to seeing what this next year here brings us!
thanks for the great year, louisville!
lara + jon
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