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I feel truly at home when…
Facilitated By Elaine Maly
August 9, 2017
You can relax and have all of your needs met.
You know how much money you can truly win!
All of your bills are paid and your house is paid and then you can relax with a lemonade.
No one is there and you can relax alone.
You've been out and you go home and enjoy yourself.
At home with your mother!
We're feeling good and happy.
You have a clean house and the temperature is comfortable.
Everything makes Steve feel at home.
Your own bathroom.
There's not too much stimulation.
The house is nice and dark, and cool and clean.
Music. Jazz. Some don't listen to the radio.
You're in your own bed reading a really good story.
You have a loving husband or significant other, a daughter, happy kids (unless they're sleeping).
You lock your front door and no one can get in. You don't have to be bothered by nobody.
You have comfortable clothes.
You're camping all night. Peace. June was never afraid.
You have a home cooked meal. (Not a bag lunch!) A few cocktails. Jose Quervo.
You have a nice shower.
You listen to the birds chirp. You've got to feed them some seeds and give hem a bath.
You can watch movies.
You have good neighbors who don't come begging for ketchup and mustard.
You go to sleep.
You cut the grass.
You park the car in the garage.
You get good mail.
You have a comfortable recliner in your room.
It's okay to be lazy and take a nap.
You're comfortable all day.
You kick off your shoes.
You watch the Steve Harvey Show or Roseanne.
Mark might feel truly at home when he can go out the door.
You can praise your lord.
It smells like cookies, like tangerine scented candles, or coffee (but that will keep you up).
You sit still after you take your bath.
There's aunties and cousins and pets (but no pets in an apartment building).
Mr. Watts had a calf to play with until the bull came around.
You hear the sound of the train, neighbors arguing, your spouses