Official December Release Party Contest

I am absolutely smitten with all of this month's new releases and I can tell by the excitement that some of you have shared with me that you are too!  A big thank you to each and every one of you who have joined us tonight during release festivities!  

To celebrate the upcoming holiday season and our amazing December release line-up we are giving away a fabulous prize package tonight!  Practically the entire December release,which has over a $165 value!!!  All you need to do to have your chance to win is post an answer to the following question in the comments section below.

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Congratulations, Dee!  Please be sure to contact customer service with your shipping information!  Thank you to everyone for stopping by and have a great night!

 

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  • 1
    Darrell says:

    Home is a place for my stuff.

  • 2
    Tanya says:

    Home means mom and dad and the house I grew up in. I live across the country from my “home” and it makes me sad this time of year. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 3

    Home to me means…..love and warmth from my family. My husband and I don’t have any children, but our families mean everything to us. Having a warm home to offer them over the holidays or any other time of the year is what a “home” should be.

  • 4
    Mary M. says:

    To me home is where you feel you are meant to be. Its a place where you feel you belong and are at ease.

  • 5
    Terri E. says:

    Home for me is my family and that feeling of complete acceptance. I hope I can create the same feeling for our children in our home.

    It’s a good life!
    Terri E.

  • 6
    Kathy Archer says:

    Home is wherever my husband is

  • 7
    Jennifer Delaurier says:

    Home is the most important thing in my life, it’s where my kids feel safe and loved, it’s where I find comfort and peace and the lights are always on and hopefully something warm baking in the oven!

  • 8
    berryblue says:

    Home is where my children are!

  • 9
    RandomRachel says:

    Home is where my family is.

  • 10
    Mary S from OH says:

    Home means family to me, wherever that might be!!

  • 11
    Allison L says:

    Home is the centre of everything. It is laughter, love, joy, tears. It is the place I can feel most comfortable with who I am.

  • 12
    saral says:

    Home to me means wherever my family is and being together. Another wonderful release.

  • 13
    Renee Smith says:

    Some where special, a place full of great memories

  • 14
    blew says:

    “Home” means being with family, wherever that may be. My mom is in the hospital right now, and we’re hoping she’d be home for Christmas. If it doesn’t happen, we’ll bring “home” to the hospital and be happy just to be together.

  • 15
    malissa says:

    Home means snuggling on the couch with my two yellow labs while we watch our TV shows or reading a book. It’s the place you long to come back to when you have wandered too far in life from your norm. It’s the place that allows you to get back to you. I love everything in this new release!

  • 16
    Laura S says:

    Home is the love I feel with my husband.

  • 17
    Lee Anne says:

    Home means family, friends and love. A house is not a home, it’s the people that make a home. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize this month! The inspiration and creativity are incredible!

  • 18
    Martha S. says:

    “Homr” is lots of family around and lots of chaos! I love it!

  • 19
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    Home is where ever I’m living w/my husband.

  • 20
    Kris says:

    A place where my family is. Where I am comfy and warm and we are sitting together smiling, laughing, enjoying just being together!

  • 21
    Karen S says:

    Home is the place where you are with the people you love.

  • 22
    sandra m. says:

    that is a very deep question, could ramble on and on, but for the most part home is where i reside with my family, home is a place i know i can go to no matter what.

  • 23
    Donna C says:

    Home is where my family is. We have worked hard at making our home a safe, cozy, and pleasant place. It is my haven from a world that can be difficult at times. There is no place on earth I would rather be.

  • 24
    Tonya says:

    Home means any where my family is.

  • 25
    AnneSATX says:

    “Home” means the place where I’m happiest, with my honey and our four dogs. It also means “back home” — where I grew up and where so many friends and relatives still live.

  • 26
    Kara says:

    I’m pretty much a home body. I enjoy going out, but love coming home. Home is peaceful and comfortable. Home is the place I can’t wait to be after a long day. Home is a place to share with fiends and family. Home is where my husband and puppy are!

  • 27
    Maureen says:

    Home is where my heart is…I know it’s a cliche, but it’s true…I’m a “nester” according to my husband and don’t like to move around a lot…I love to stay in one place and make beautiful memories 🙂

  • 28
    Emily says:

    Home is where my husband is …. it is also memories from growing up with my wonderful parents – it means safety, love, and cleaning (there is always a reality check)

  • 29
    Julie says:

    Home is where my family is. Home is mom & Dad’s house, and my house.

  • 30
    Trish says:

    Home is where my hubby is. And my duvet.

  • 31
    Charmaine says:

    Home is where my husband is. He is what makes me feel safe and happy and that’s what a home should be.

    Charmaine

  • 32
    Pam says:

    Home is comfort, security and my husband and children near.

  • 33
    misse336 says:

    To home is where my family is. I’m fortunate to live within an hour of my parents and siblings.

  • 34
    Lupe Rocamora says:

    Home to me mean… where my family is. My husband and my two sons. Although my older son is away in college, he’ll be Home for the holidays.

  • 35
    LindaH says:

    Home is the place where my children gather and there is an abundance of love!

  • 36
    LorraineN says:

    Home means comfort, a safe place to fall – where family & friends gather. A happy place.

  • 37
    Sue Lelli says:

    That old saying Home is Where the Heart Is rings true for me. Home is anywhere I am with the people I LOVE. We moved a LOT when I was growing up so I have always felt HOME is a feeling and a house is a house.

  • 38
    Dana W says:

    Home is Michigan. When i was 4 my family moved to Texas, less then a year after i graduated from high school i moved back to Michigan. I always wanted to go back as i grew up in Texas. Currently live in TN for school, but i hope one day to move back. Michigan is were most of my family lives, including my mom, who moved back a few years ago.

  • 39
    TinaH says:

    This is an easy one – Home is where your family is. I actually have a stamp that says “Home Your Mom is”. Thanks for a chance to win!

  • 40
    Kathy says:

    Home is where ever my hubby and four kids are. It isn’t about the house, it’s about the people. And for me, home is always the best place to be.

  • 41
    Lori M says:

    Home is warmth, love, safety, understanding and where memories are made!

  • 42
    Clara P says:

    To me Home symbolizes my family. Regardless of where we are that is where home is for me.

  • 43
    Teresa says:

    Home is where I am always welcome and can be totally myself!

  • 44
    Angela Person says:

    Home is family and friends and being together. Spending time with loved ones

  • 45
    Kathy Grimsdale says:

    Home is wherever my friends, family, and dog Will are.

  • 46
    Linda W says:

    Home is where you are loved unconditionally. You are always welcome and hugs are extra big, extra long and extra warm.

  • 47
    Jo Ann Mooney says:

    Home means a place I come home to when I am away. It is the place where my wonderful family comes to visit me. It is not the house, but it is the loving, comfortable feeling I have when I am here with my loved ones.

  • 48
    Tracie C says:

    Home means to me any where my family is. There is nothing better than family.

  • 49
    Katie Renz says:

    So cliche, but home is family where you can be and sigh with contentedness.

  • 50
    TammyButz says:

    Home means family! It’s a place of comfort and love. It’s a place where treasured memories are created and unbreakable bonds are made.

  • 51
    Sallie says:

    Home is where my husband and I are at any given moment. Our children are grown and on their own, but I hope that they know they always have a “home” with us too.

  • 52
    Kathy V. says:

    Home is where the heart is, where loves grows. The Lord must be the Head of the home to make it full of love.Home is a place you can always go to if it is built on love

  • 53
    Catherine J. says:

    Home to me means the place where those I love are. It is also where I grow as a person and learn from not only myself, but those that I love.
    I also look at home as being the place that I go to for comfort, safety and love.

  • 54
    Laura O'. says:

    Home is my husband.

  • 55
    Jamie Greene says:

    We are a military family so “Home” to me is where my heart is, which would be always with my husband and 3 kids. As long as I am with them I am HOME!

  • 56
    theresa says:

    Home is where my family is and the place that we feel loved and secure in.

  • 57
    Kris says:

    Home is this physical house and property where we’ve raised our three children. I clearly remember the day we moved here…it just didn’t feel like “home” because of how much we loved where we came from. It took a couple of years for this place to really feel like home, but now none of us could ever imagine it being anything else but the place we’ve made wonderful family memories!

  • 58
    Ruth says:

    Home is a comfortable place where almost anything goes and my loved ones are near.

  • 59
    Sheri says:

    Home means comfort to me. Home wraps its arms around me the minute I shut the door behind me. I am safe, I am home. Home is where I feel loved. Home is where I stamp! I love “home”!

  • 60
    Stephanie C. says:

    Home is where my family is…being with my kids and my husband in our cozy house where I feel safe and loved…and where I can put all my stampin stuff!!! LOL

  • 61
    Tara Boston says:

    Because the last few years have been so difficult for my children and I, I have redefined that home is where ever we are all together safely.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  • 62
    Vanessa G says:

    To me Home is where I can always go when I need advice and to be around loved ones.

  • 63

    Home is my husband and my boys. Home is love and laughter. Home is everything.

  • 64
    Beth Puckett says:

    Home is that place where you are most comfortable.

  • 65
    Paula I says:

    Home to me means warmth, laughter, security and mostly love. I love being a wife and a mother and enjoy all the good and bad times that come with it. I consider myself blessed in so many ways and since becoming a cancer survivor I appreciate every minute I have with family and friends. Thanks for a chance to win such a fabulous prize.

  • 66
    shari walker says:

    Home is where the family is.. As a Navy family and 17 moves, its not the quarters, or the house, its the family and being together…

  • 67
    Cathy Weber says:

    Home is where you are safe. It is a place where you can catch your breath and not worry what others think. It is a place where you are loved and can love and feel at peace. Home is my husband and children, my sweet pets, my craftroom, my garden, everything that is dear to me.

  • 68
    Melissa Sibert says:

    Home is my husband and two sons. Home is sharing laughter, tears, and heartfelt moments with my family. Home is the most wonderful place to be.

  • 69
    melanie says:

    home is where we feel loved, warm, cozy, and relaxed!

  • 70

    Home means a place where I feel most comfortable and secure, where I can let it all hang out without having to worry about what anyone else thinks.

  • 71
    Bree says:

    Home is comfort, understanding, love and happiness. I love being home with my family especially this time of year.

  • 72
    Marisa G says:

    Home means wherever my parents are! At least in the sense of going home for Christmas, and seeing family. Although when I am there, then I refer to my own home as “home”!

  • 73
    idette says:

    ‘home’ is the love and comfort of your family. ‘Home’ is also things – homemade…like baking,sewing, paper crafting…this is all ‘homey’ and cozy stuff to do.

  • 74
    Allyson says:

    Home, to me, is where there are people who love you more than anyone else in the whole world. It is where you should feel the most peace, the most contentment, the most love, and the most joy – when you’re not fighting with someone (haha!). It should be a sanctuary, a place to return to when no one else understands you and life’s trials are getting you down. It should be a place where we learn to rejoice in each other’s successes, cheer each other on during the challenges, and bouy each other up as we struggle with our weaknesses and improve our character. Home is family. Home is love. Home is peace. Thanks for the chance to win – and I can’t wait to get my hands on all these great products either way! 😉

  • 75
    Patty J says:

    Home is where ever my little family resides.

  • 76

    Home is where I can be comfortable in my own skin, love the world and people around me, and where I can be my true authentic self. (Guess I watch a tad bit too much Oprah). But hey it’s my truth and I live by it every day.

  • 77
    Leigh Ann says:

    Home is where I can just “be”. Where the pantry is stocked with my favorite food; the bathroom has my favorite scented soaps and lotions; my bookshelf has my favorite books…and I get to snuggle by the fireplace with my favorite people!

  • 78
    Avril Tanner says:

    Home to me is the feeling of comfort that spending time with loved ones creates! It is where you know you can just relax and be yourself and enjoy time with your family!

  • 79
    Isabel Z says:

    Home is the warmth that I feel when my husband, my children, and I share a meal together at our table-the nights when the teens aren’t grumpy and there is no bickering:-)

  • 80
    Karen says:

    Home is right here, with my husband of 37 years,in a house we’ve owned for 25 years and where we raised our children. It’s a place of love, comfort, and wonderful memories, and hopefully, a place where more wonderful memories will be made!

  • 81
    Tanja S. says:

    Home is a place where I can feel relaxed and myself, it is where I know there are people who love me.

  • 82

    Home means comfy, cozy, and warm. A place to sit and relax and enjoy my family.

  • 83
    Barbara says:

    For me, home is where my heart is happy and comfortable…relaxed. Whether that be with family, friends or a favorite place in nature…anywhere can be home as long as my heart is in it.

  • 84
    Amy G. says:

    Home is where my family is — the place where I can always find love and laughter.

  • 85
    Dee Rose says:

    Home means comfort, safety and peace to me. Although our home is modest, it is comfortable and I’m always happy to be here with my dear family and furbabies. I love Melissa’s new set and must have it! Thanks for a chance to win this generous prize package.

  • 86
    Darla says:

    Home to me means family and love! Thanks for another fabulous release!

  • 87

    Home is a place to always feel safe, accepted, and loved.

  • 88
    C Burke says:

    Home is the place my family and I have lived in for thirty-six years now. It’s more than the house itself, it’s the neighborhood and town, our pets, the familiar scenery and our garden. It’s the place we feel secure and loved, it’s our “home”.

  • 89
    Barb Ferber says:

    For me home is where I feel loved, safe and warm. A place you can find peace, no matter how loud it gets!!

  • 90
    Roni Caffrey says:

    Home is the place where we relax and enjoy being together with family.

  • 91
    Julia P says:

    Home means family and love. Even though I no longer have parents I can still see my home in my eye’s mind. I lived in many places (Dad was in the Air Force), but home was were ever we were stationed. Home meant that Mom was always there when I came home from school. Best feeling in the world!!

  • 92
    Holly says:

    Ahhhhh, home. Home means a wonderful husband to kiss and snuggle with when I come home. Home means two warm loving puppies to greet me when I come home. Home means yummy meals cooking on the stove and/or in the oven. Home means comfort, smiles, security, and love.

  • 93
    Chris says:

    Home is where one can be themselves without fear of ridicule or intimidation. Home is the soft place to land after being out inthe rat race.

  • 94
    Nicole' says:

    Home is family, love and a little chaos!

  • 95
    Kathy Mc says:

    Home to me means a safe haven (warm & cozy) with all my worldly possessions. It’s also a comfortable place to host friends and family any time of the year. My husband and I often comment to each other on how much we love our home and sometimes hate to leave it.

  • 96
    Fritz says:

    Home is the life my kids and I have put together in the last six years. It’s a place but so much more than that, too.

  • 97
    Trinka King says:

    Home is the place I feel safe in with my family!

  • 98
    Joyce says:

    Home is truly where I am with my immediate family. We have built 2 houses, but it really take family to make them a “home”.

  • 99
    Lisa S. says:

    Home is where my family and my kitties are – where all are loved and nurtured.

  • 100
    Jackie says:

    Family, warmth, our kitties, friends, love.

  • 101
    regan says:

    a nice warm bed and hugs from my kiddos!

  • 102
    TracyTracy says:

    Home to me is where my mom is- even tho I do have a home of my own and a family, when I say “home for Christmas” it’s her home and love that I mean. Not all the time, but just this time of year.

  • 103
    Lolita says:

    Home is where my husband and children are.

  • 104
    Teresa Blue says:

    Home is where I grew up and where my mother still lives. I enter that house and am instantly relaxed and usually yawning. It’s the feeling I get when I’m there.
    T. Blue

  • 105
    Lisa says:

    Home is where my family is.. especially my husband.. Thank you for giving me the chance to win.

  • 106
    Maureen says:

    Home is where my family is. Home is being able to spend time with my husband, kids and friends. Home is also being able to spend time with my parents and brothers even though we all have our own families and “houses” now. Home is being together.

  • 107
    Karen Hayden says:

    Home for me is with my husband. He has stuck with me through all the craziness of my family. I never really had a happy home until he came into my life.

  • 108
    Kathy W says:

    To me, home is where I am loved, understood and accepted, without reservation and without having to explain my self or my actions.

  • 109
    Mary W says:

    Home is where the heart is…. it’s where my family is and my kids congregate. It’s the best place in the world to be!!

  • 110
    Erica M. says:

    Home to means safety, comfort-a refuge. Where my family lives, grows, and loves.

  • 111
    Maryanne says:

    “Home” means a safe and happy place that my children look forward to being and always want to return to. I work hard at cooking the food they love when they are home and continuing with traditions that make them feel warm and loved.

  • 112
    Sally says:

    The word”home” has more than one meaning for me. Home is a safe place, a place that is always open for my children. For me home is the place that is waiting for me when I leave this world. The place where Jesus has prepared my room. He is waiting for me. For all who believe Welcome Home!

  • 113
    Michelle Levins says:

    “HOME” means family, love and joy. It’s where you can be safe and be yourself.
    Thanks so much for a chance to WIN….It would mean a lot…HAPPY HOLIDAYS….

  • 114
    Sheryl B. says:

    Home for me means wherever my family is.

  • 115
    Karen says:

    Home can be anywhere, when you feel surrounded by people that love you, and that you love too. It’s the best place to be!

  • 116
    Becky H says:

    Home is where the heart is! Comfort, love and precious memories.

  • 117
    Anthonette says:

    Home means safety, warmth, and comfort. It’s the 2 people I love most in the world. It’s not a building, but a feeling. Without family, this structure is just a house; with family, this house is a home.

    Thanks for a chance to win!

  • 118
    Pam G says:

    Home means timy smiling faces and infectious laughter filling the space around me and where I am happy to be a kid again myself.

  • 119
    Cyndie says:

    Great question! For me, home is a sanctuary, an island of peace and comfort in a crazy, too-fast-paced world.

  • 120
    Anna (doctorfoodie) says:

    Home is my husband, my sweet daughter, my kitchen. It’s who and where all the most important things happen. It’s answers to ‘how was your day’ and ‘where do snowflakes come from’. It’s laughs and comforting tears, it’s food and music.

  • 121
    Hayley Baker says:

    Home is where my husband and I live and feel the happiness of being together. Thanks for the opportunity to win this wonderful release.

  • 122
    Yana says:

    Home is the place where all family is together. It is a happy, cozy and loved place!

  • 123
    Stephanie Washburn says:

    Home means family to me- we have lived in many different places during our lives together (military family) and no matter where we are, we have made ourselves a “home.”

  • 124
    Judi R says:

    Absolutely…family!

  • 125
    Sandy Fullmer says:

    Home is a place of warmth where we can feel safe from the world and all of it’s stresses.
    Home is family too. Sandy

  • 126
    Tammie Koehnen says:

    Home is where I grew up, where my parents raised me and my siblings, and we all shared our love, happiness, dreams, our sorrows. Where we laughed and cried. Home is where our hearts can always go, and we will never forget.

  • 127
    mary ann says:

    Home is where my family is – so really it could be anywhere – but like everyone from my province “home” is in Newfoundland.

  • 128
    Susan T says:

    Home is where the heart is. YOu feel safe and loved and not just a place for stuff! Just no other place like it!!!

  • 129
    Ann Alyea says:

    Home is where I feel the most relaxed,comfortable and loved.

  • 130
    Teresa says:

    Home is anywhere my husband and daughter are.

  • 131
    Kathy says:

    Home is not a physical place but the people you care about. You can be “home” at work, at church, at a card classes – is’s the people in your heart.

  • 132
    Tracey says:

    I believe Home is the feeling I get when I hug my children or kiss my husband. It’s not just a structure with walls and a floor but a place where love resides.

  • 133
    Becky B. says:

    Wherever my family is..either with my hubby in our home…or a 1,000 miles away where the rest of my family is. Gets confusing sometimes when I say “home” but I always know what I mean. 🙂

  • 134
    Led Cockrum says:

    Home is when I am with my husband and our pets. And if we are snowed in, it is even better!!

  • 135
    Ann Cox says:

    Home means being with family…my husband, my mom, my siblings, nieces & nephews. As long as I have my family with me, any place feels like home!

  • 136
    Tiffany says:

    Home to me means family, food and fun!

  • 137
    Allene F. says:

    Home is being with family and feeling their love.

  • 138
    Jennifer D says:

    Home is where my family and I live, but it is also where I can get away from the rest of the world for a while. It is safety and security. It is a place for the people and things that I love. It is a place where love is shared and memories are made. Although work is sometimes done at home, it is a place where my soul feels at rest. I love to travel, but home is the place I love best.

  • 139
    KathyL says:

    Home is a best place to be. It is where we can just be who we are without judgement or expectations.

  • 140
    Meghan says:

    Home means my husband, my son, my daughter and I together laughing and sharing memories. I am truly blessed with my “home.”

  • 141
    Deborah S says:

    Home means where I most love to be.

  • 142
    Carol says:

    Home is a safe haven, a warm bed and LOVE…lots and lots of LOVE!

  • 143
    Lisa Bohler says:

    Home is where my husband is! He is my family and my home!

  • 144

    Home is comfort, safety, happiness. Home is where I can be myself, and where I can be at peace.

  • 145
    Pamelamma says:

    Home is that place where you are safe, secure, and loved. It need not be a physical location or even a rational thought, but there is no doubting when you are there. Follow your heart.

  • 146
    dee says:

    Home is where my family is. we have just bought a new house so the kiddos are getting settled so we have been explaining this LOL.

  • 147
    Beth says:

    Where ever my four furry “children” are.

  • 148
    Gail E says:

    Home is where my family is — where we love, laugh, rest, be ourselves, comfort one another, and make treasured memories.

  • 149
    Kerri Michaud says:

    Home to me means family:) I consider myself to be one of the luckiest women in the world because I have the most amazing husband! We have a 7 year old special needs son as well as a 5 year old daddy’s girl and a spunky little 3 year old boy. To see my husband interact with my children is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever witnessed. I love my family so much and I love my home.

  • 150
    Barbara T says:

    Home means with my husband and son entangled in our group hug!

  • 151
    Helen says:

    Home is family, plain and simple. It’s not a building or a location, it’s family.
    Thank you for such great ideas this month and for always introducing new products with fun new ways to use them.

  • 152

    Home means family to me.

  • 153
    karen q says:

    Home is warm, cozy, safe and family.

  • 154
    Tracey McNeely says:

    Home is where my family is, whether on the couch in the family room or in our trailer while we are travelling. Home is a feeling of belonging and togetherness.

  • 155
    Melissa Flieg says:

    Home to me is where I live with my husband and three girls.

  • 156
    Ellen Elizabeth says:

    Home is a place where I can be myself and be loved for who I am. Our home is full of fun and laughter, family and dogs. Love Lives Here is a beautiful set and I would like to make a banner for our home with it.

  • 157

    Home use to be the place I grew up… where I spent a majority of my life, with my brother, sisters and parents. Now, home is a place I’m creating for my children. A place where they feel safe, comfortable, and happy!

  • 158
    Genevieve says:

    Home is warmth, love, kids, mess and scrapbooking

    Gen

  • 159
    Betty Sue says:

    Home to me is all about family and friends. It is a comfortable place where anyone can just be themselves who enter and the love is unconditional.

  • 160
    Donelle U says:

    Home is being surrounded by my family. My mom recently moved to a home about 4 blocks from us, after being 4 + hours away for all of my adult life. Having my kids walk to grandma’s house to bake muffins or play games – best feeling in the world!

  • 161
    Erin K Miller says:

    “Home” for me is being in the presence of my little family of three: my husband, son, and me. If we are able to be with our extended families, that is even more homey. Our little family feels at home with our church family and our adopted family, too. There are lots of ways to feel at home, but they all have to do with family in my book.

  • 162
    Patty W says:

    Home to me is wherever I am living with my family – it is where I feel safe and loved and special.

  • 163
    Deanne Niedziela says:

    Home is a place to relax and enjoying the fun/good time with family and others.

  • 164
    Becs Attwood says:

    Home is where I can wear my sloppy t-shirt & holey track-pants and no-one cares!

  • 165
    Chris L. says:

    Home means family . . . . being with your family, especially during the holidays, is the best!

    Chris L.

  • 166
    Michelle says:

    “Home” is where ever you’re most comfortable and surrounded by people who make you feel good about yourself and make you happy.

  • 167
    Kristi Lewis says:

    Home to me means love, roots and a feeling of security.

  • 168
    Janette Childs says:

    Home is wherever my husband and kids are – they make home for me.

  • 169
    Kim Palmer says:

    It means having my son home with me over the holidays during his break from college! It means having extra laundry and seeing his bedroom messy again!!

  • 170
    Suzanne says:

    Home is a place where you love and are loved unconditionally. It’s a place where you feel safe and accepted. I just wish that everyone had a place like this to go.

  • 171
    Jeani Hill says:

    Home is where my family is . . . pretty simple.

  • 172
    Deena says:

    That is easy – wherever my husband and my dog are. Bonus if all my stuff is there too (including my stamps!).

  • 173
    Angela T. says:

    “Home” is a place in my dreams. Since marrying 22 years ago, my husband and I are living in our 7th house. To me, home is a place where you live long enough for your family to memorize your address, long enough to make friends without constantly thinking about when you’ll be leaving them, and long enough to establish relationships with people in the community. It’s a place where you can live in the moment and look forward to the future. Soon, I will have to move again, so for today, I will be thankful that my family is always together in whatever “house” we’re in.

  • 174
    LisaE says:

    Home is where my husband is. Where I feel safe and loved. Where I can be myself.

  • 175
    Colleen C. says:

    Home means family, it means memories, it means warmth and it means happiness. It is the place I feel the calmest and it is the place I feel the most creative. I love to travel and see new places, but the best part of traveling is coming home.

  • 176
    Kristen says:

    “Home” is wherever my husband and children are…

  • 177
    Steph says:

    Home is anywhere with my husband and children. Home is my favorite place to be. Home is warm. Home is safe. Home is unconditional love.

  • 178
    Denise says:

    To me Home is where you are never judged, always welcome and always loved.

  • 179
    Kriss says:

    A cozy place to feel safe, a place to be with those you love, and a place to be surrounded by the things you love. It’s where our heart is, right?!

  • 180
    mary dawn says:

    that’s easy, home is where my kids and husband are <3

  • 181
    Sandy Kay says:

    Home is a cozy place. It’s a place to share yourself with others. It’s a place where you can relax and be yourself. It’s my first choice for a place to be!

  • 182
    Barbra says:

    Home is the place where I’m so glad to be. It’s the place I can be completely and totally comfortable. Most then anything, it is the place I am with my family. Home is the most wonderful place in the world to me!

  • 183
    Tami Grandi says:

    WOW- what a question- to me Home- my true home (here on earth) is where my family is. I don’t live near my family so this is my “home” but my heart home is there in Indiana.

  • 184
    Anemone says:

    Home is two things for me – my personal space that I come home to at the end of the day – wherever that may be and gathering with my parents, siblings & their families.

  • 185
    Karen Ramsey says:

    Home is the warm, safe place where my husband and I can completely be ourselves. Love this release…you’ve outdone yourselves!!

  • 186
    tanna says:

    Home is my escape, my peace and my island. My wonderful husband and two kids make it an oasis for me to relax. I love sharing my home with my family and friends, and I love being at home with them in their houses as well. Its suggling, sharing and being in the best place on earth.

  • 187
    Mindy says:

    Home is being wherever my family is. Right now, being home means relaxing by the fireplace with the sweet doggie beside me, ds & dh in the room with me while waiting for dd to come home from college for Christmas break.

  • 188
    Jeaneen says:

    Now that our children are out of the house and away from our house, home is wherever we can be together as a family!

  • 189
    Lindzie H says:

    Home is wherever my husband and daughter are. I know that sounds cheesy, but when we moved 2500 miles away from my family, “home” took on a whole new meaning. I’m so glad to have my family around me!

  • 190
    Lisa says:

    Home is my safe place. I am a home-body so the saying “there’s no place like home” has a special meaning to me. I love being at home to craft, to cook, to laugh, to BE. After a long day at work, home is exactly where I want to be.

  • 191
    Kimberly says:

    As someone who travels a great deal for work, home and homecoming is very important to me. Home means peace safety, happiness, contentment and family. A place to relax. A place to rest. A place that makes me smile when I walk in the door (greeted by our puppy) and where hugs and kisses are the welcome home greeting!

  • 192
    Ann Y. says:

    Home is family – both the family I grew up with and the family I have created with my husband and children.

  • 193
    Kristi Lewis says:

    Home to me means love, roots and a feeling of security

  • 194
    Janice M says:

    I love my life in Florida but home will always mean Scotland to me.

  • 195

    Home is a refuge away from all the stress of life. When I go out of town to visit my children or friends…I always come back to “home” and feel a sense of peace and tranquility. My childhood home would be my grandparents home. Many wonderful memories there.

  • 196
    christianne says:

    Home is a place you can come home to where you feel safe and loved. It is a place where there is family.

  • 197
    Sheila says:

    Home is sanctuary. Rest from the busyness. A place to regroup, recreate. Home is where you can be your true self.

  • 198
    Barbara Pagluighi says:

    Home means family, my hubby, my son, my two daughters and there great husbands. Home is extra warm when we are all together.

  • 199
    KathyN says:

    Home means family to me and love!

  • 200
    Lorus says:

    Home is where my family is. When I was a child we moved several times and my one constant was family. Regardless of the city or state or new school, I always had my siblings to be my friends. Now that I am married with children, Home is wherever my husband and children are.

  • 201

    Home means being near friends and family…and sleeping in my own bed with my fluffy comforter!

  • 202
    cecilia chin-yet says:

    home is where you are surrounded by those that love and support you. for me it is any place that i can curl up with my husband and babies after a long day.

  • 203
    Polly says:

    Home is where you feel comfortable with your family. It’s a place you can always go to feel safe.

  • 204
    sandy vincent says:

    Home is a place for my family, friends and favorite things.

  • 205
    Gabriela says:

    Home is where I am happiest. I love being surrounded by my family, laughing and playing together.

  • 206
    Kerry from PA says:

    For me home is where you are loved unconditionally, are safe to share your deepest fears and highest hopes, and learn how to face whatever God brings into your life with faith and confidence.

  • 207
    Lesa W. says:

    Home is where my family is gathered together laughing and crying together.

  • 208
    Mindy says:

    Home is where I can be with family!

  • 209
    Susan says:

    Home to me is wherever my family is. We have moved from house to house, but they are just dwellings. Home provides the comfort of love.

  • 210
    Wendy Todd says:

    “Home” to me is spending time with loved ones, no matter where we are. From quiet afternoons reading/playing/watching a movie to all the family getting together for a BBQ or picnic. That’s what home is really about.

  • 211
    Jen Gall says:

    A house is just a building, home is where my family is – the place where I feel complete and loved.

  • 212
    Delby says:

    Home means having my whole family together! “Home” can be when we are all together at my house or “home” can mean when we are all together on vacation. The important part is our family relationship.

  • 213

    Home is anywhere my husband and cat are!

  • 214
    Trinh says:

    “Home” means being with my family, whereever that may be. It’s a warm & safe place where I can be myself and they still love me anyway.

  • 215
    Erin says:

    Home to me is any where my family and friends are. Its the one place I can always go to and feel loved.

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    Renee Lynch says:

    Home is where my heart is. It’s where I feel most comfortable, safe and where everything I love most in life is.

    **Nichole-hope the recent weather and impending weather will not compromise your upcoming plans for moving to your new home. I remember the anticipation of moving when we built our home a few years ago, and we weren’t moving a week before Christmas! Hope all goes well and your first Christmas in your new home is as magical as your dreams.

  • 217
    Kristy says:

    Home is a place of comfort where a family lives, loves and learns together. It is a place of refuge from the rest of the world where a person can be herself and feel support, encouragement and love.

  • 218
    cynthia says:

    Home is where my husband and boys are. It also
    means where I grew up where my parents live. It’s also anywhere I have a warm bath and comfy bed.

  • 219
    Christine N says:

    I’m single and live alone so I think home means something much different than most. Home is comfort, peace and where I feel safe! I love my home and my life here!!!

  • 220
    pai says:

    Home means family and friends and those I love 🙂

  • 221
    Danielle G. says:

    First of all, yay for release night! Secondly, home to me can be best summed up in this quote, “Having a place to go is home, having someone to love is family, having BOTH is a BLESSING!” I received a plaque with this on it from an aunt and everyday when I walk by it, I think of how blessed I am to have both: home and family to love!

  • 222
    Karilynn says:

    Home is where my family resides. It brings me comfort and joy to provide a nice home to live in. I am very grateful in how fortunate I am to have a nice home.

  • 223
    Sarah Fisher says:

    Home is wherever I’m with family. It can be my home with my husband and our two cats or it can be my mom’s house.

  • 224
    Becky says:

    Home means that’s where my very favorite people live. Also,it’s where I can be myself and my stuff the way that I want it and nobody judges.

  • 225
    amber says:

    Home for me is being with people I love and feel comfortable with. I am lucky to have 2 homes 1 is where I grew up at and the town my mom still lives in. Dayton will always be my first home. My second home is in Rochester where I have lived for many years now and where I make my “house home”.

  • 226
    Ana Th. says:

    Home to me means an organized, clean, warm and happy place full of memories.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 227
    Stephanie says:

    To me, home is where ever my husband and two dogs are. I also have a habit of always saying I’m going “home” when I travel up to my mom’s house.

  • 228
    Ginny Schleich says:

    Home is where my husband and my boys are. A place where I feel safe, warm and loved by my family. Home is where I always want to be, it’s the best place in the world for me.

  • 229

    Home is where everything is familiar and comforting–where my hubby is and all our fur kids!

  • 230
    Sarah Randell says:

    Home is a special place. We’ve just moved into a new home after staying with relatives for a while. There’s no place like your own home, where ever it may be. Thanks for a chance to win!

  • 231
    Betty says:

    Home is the people who make up the smells, sounds, and stuff that create memories of love that engages all of the senses….to create comfort! My “where I can be me” place!

  • 232
    Toni Storie says:

    Home is synonymous with family which is synonymous with love!

  • 233
    Michelle A. says:

    home = family… wherever they are I am home 🙂

  • 234
    Annie says:

    Home to me means a place where there lives a feeling of contentment, belonging, happiness and where the door is always open to welcome friends and family to share in these same feelings.

  • 235
    Nancy Thomas says:

    Home is wherever we can see our family. Our children are scattered around the country and we cherish any time we get with them.

  • 236
    Tracy D says:

    Home is the place where I feel loved the most.

  • 237
    Leora says:

    Home will always be where my family is. A safe and warm spot even on cold nights like tonight!

  • 238
    Deb C says:

    Home is wherever my family is. I come home every time I’m in my husband’s arms or at the table with my kids. To me, it more about who and not really at all about where.

  • 239

    Home is where you are loved unconditionally. Home is where you curl up under a blanket with the ones you love the most.

  • 240
    Sheila says:

    HOME is where my husband/best friend, my daughter and dog are. They mean the world to me and I so love being able to have a wonderful home that we all share and love together. I love my home so much that it is where I spend almost all of my time. I hate to leave for any length of time as it seems as though something is just missing. When we first married almost 2o years ago HOME was my parents house and it took some time to adjust to the change but I am so glad to have made a HOME with my family that is now the most important place to be. We loved building it almost 12 years ago and it has brought us so much joy. I wish you and your family the best in your new home as I can already tell that you all are in love with it as much as we were and are with ours.

  • 241
    Jeanne says:

    Home is where my heart is…safe, loving and hospitable!

  • 242
    Mary Giles says:

    Home is where my heart is and my heart is my family. As long I have that…I’m have all I need.

  • 243
    Stacy says:

    Home is where I feel happy, comfortable, loved, and accepted. Home is lots of places – where I live with my husband and children, the house I grew up with my parents and brother, my college, my sorority, and with all my dear friends. Home is really a feeling, not a physical place!

  • 244
    Tabby A. says:

    Home is anywhere my family is! A place we all feel safe and comfortable, and usually are laughing into the late hours of the night!

  • 245
    Denise says:

    Home is cozy comfort. It is a place for snuggles and slippers and sleepy Saturdays… a place for family and friends to share life. It’s the place you belong and the place you most long for -it’s happiness.

  • 246
    Tracey Kuzniak says:

    Home is where I spent time with my awesome fanily 🙂

  • 247

    Home means being in El Paso with my family. It means family get togethers that go well into the night, great food, tons of laughter and teasing, and that wonderful feeling of satisfaction that only comes from being with those you love.

  • 248

    Home means so much to me. It where we spend most of our time together. We sit and relax and be ourselves. It’s a place we raised our family, being together and make happy memories to last a lifetime. It’s my favorite place to be and I love it!

  • 249
    Linda Kimbrell says:

    Home means comfort, safety, and love.

  • 250
    Stacy says:

    Home is a place of refuge… a place to escape the busyness of life’s happenings and everything that goes along with that. A place to gather with family and friends and just BE… no expectations, enjoying each and everyday.

  • 251
    Susan says:

    Home is the place where the ones I love most are. Our kids are all grown up, but when the holidays approach, they all come home to celebrate together. It doesn’t matter what the actual house looks like, whether it’s big or small. What matters is that we are together.

  • 252
    Linda Edwards says:

    Home is my haven, my escape, my no-other-place-in-the-world-I’d-rather-be place.

  • 253

    Home means cuddling with my hubby and critters!

  • 254
    Laurie P. says:

    Home is the one treasured place where I can be completely relaxed and surrounded by people I love and who love me back unconditionally no matter what happens. It’s where I belong.

  • 255
    Paula Laird says:

    Home is where my husband, kids, and Copics are. 😉 Home is where as soon as you turn the corner toward your house you start to relax because it’s where you belong.

  • 256
    Bridget says:

    Home means family and those you love. Pure and simple.

  • 257
    Wendy Beck says:

    Home is the place where you feel totally at peace. It is the place where you find comfort and refuge from the turmoil that swirls all around. It is the place where you only invite the people that truly matter and make the most difference in your life.

  • 258
    Emily W. says:

    Home is where you are safe, happy, and well loved.

    And where most of your PTI is delivered. 😉

  • 259
    Kim Heggins says:

    Home is where my family is…and it is my favortie place to be.

  • 260

    Home is the sound of the children in the house playing/fighting/singing, the dangle of the dog’s collar as he roams about checking on us all, and the smell of a home-cooked dinner. I just love home! Thanks for the chance!

  • 261
    melanie says:

    home is the warm, cozy, secure feeling i get when walking in the door

  • 262
    Lindsey Larsen says:

    Home means family. My family…in my parent’s home. I love them so much and especially at this time of year, I wish I was “home”.

  • 263
    Ellie says:

    Home for me is th laughter of my children, the embrace of my husband, the memories that are in my heart. The love we share is what makes my house a Home.

  • 264
    Angela H. says:

    Home is here, where I am right now. If you were here, you’d be home, too 🙂

  • 265
    Lea Ann says:

    Home to me is all about the people and the feelings they invoke. It is safety and security, serenity and peace. It’s my husband and daughter, and my father who now lives with us. Home is friendship, and lots of laughter around the table. No matter what else a day may bring, home is where I can be at rest.

  • 266
    Ang says:

    Home to me is wherever I am with my husband and my two sons. My boys are now 14 & 16 and I know that before too long they will be leaving the nest. This make me treasure the time that we have at “home” even more.
    Ang

  • 267
    Amy says:

    Home to me means where my family is. my girls have moved a lot over the years and so we have had lots of “homes” They hold my heart and where-ever they are is where I feel home.

  • 268

    Home is where any one member of my amazing family is! 🙂

  • 269

    Home is when I see the faces of my family, the love I feel for them, and that feeling of missing them when I am away. It’s the comfort I get knowing I have a family who makes anywhere a home.

  • 270
    Elizabeth S. says:

    Home to me means warmth and comfort of loved ones.

  • 271
    Deb says:

    Home is full of love and family. It always feels good to be home.

  • 272
    Tammy Fite says:

    Home is where I’m safe and happy with my family. Safe to be who I am, and safe to dream about who I want to be.

  • 273
    Debbie Herfkens says:

    Home is where I leave my true self. I long to be with my kids, my husband and to enjoy the comfort of my family. I truly think I expel a sigh of relief when my car pulls into the driveway.

  • 274

    It sounds cliche’, but home is where the heart is. And that can be at my own home with my husband and children, at my mom’s home stopping in for lunch, or at the homes of family members far away. It’s where you love and be loved…and feel like everything is right in the world.

  • 275
    Wendy S. says:

    Home to me is a place where you feel safe and protected; a place where your family is all together and sharing and making memories.

  • 276
    Kelly M says:

    Home is with my family. The more the merrier!

  • 277
    Miki says:

    Home is anywhere my family is!

  • 278
    DiAnn says:

    Home is wherever your family is. Home is the feeling of safety, love and comfort with husband and grown children and their familys.

  • 279
    Vanessa says:

    Home is the place my husband and I have worked so very hard to make. A place to raise our children and grow together.

  • 280
    Karen H. says:

    Wow – what an interesting, and timely, question for me. I am in the middle of packing for a move. I will probably always feel that Virginia is my home (where I was born and lived until 2 years ago). Where we live now was always going to be temporary, so I never really thought of it as home. Now that was are moving, and NOT back to Virginia, I will need to decide how to make the new location “home”.

  • 281
    liz says:

    Home is the place where my family is. Where I make memories. Where my daughter grows up. Where my heart belongs.

  • 282
    Angela C. says:

    Home to me is that place where I can let go of all the stress and be with the people I love… my 3 little boys most of all!

  • 283
    joy says:

    Being part of an Army Family, home can be anywhere our family gathers – just to be together. We have even made a home in a motel room for several weeks waiting for our assignment.

  • 284
    judy samples says:

    Home is my space. Comfortable, filled with love and the place I want to be.

    Judy

  • 285
    Carla Grace says:

    Two simple words to answer this month’s question…family and love.

  • 286
    Lisa M. says:

    Home…Home means the arms of my darling hubby. It means the dirty grubby arms of my 4 year old and the drooly kisses of my baby. Home means the place where I’m the mommy who can make boo-boos better. Home is my life.

  • 287
    Camille says:

    Home means people who love me and that I love, unconditionally. A place that provides warmth, comfort, and security in the crazy world that we live in. Thanks for the chance to win – lots of fun goodies this month as always!

  • 288
    Christina M says:

    Home to me is where I can take off my shoes, get comfy, and be myself. It’s a place where I’m surrounded by the people and things I love most. I still feel at home in my parents house, my MIL’s house, and the home of our best friends we had to leave behind when we moved 2 years ago. Home is a sense of comfort, and it is always where I am happiest!

  • 289
    Tabby says:

    Home means three things to me. It means my house I live in now with my husband. It means my parent’s house. It means heaven where one day I will live with my Lord and Savior. Although the first two were or are temporary I know the third will be forever and that is so exciting to me!

  • 290
    Mariah says:

    Home is where my family is…where I can relax, let the baby empty every pot and pan in the kitchen and not have to worry…where I hear the noise of the kids playing and I can just sit and watch them enjoy themselves…home has got to be an easy going place!

  • 291

    Home is where my family is. Whether that family happens to be my hubby adn kids, or friends, or my parents…its all home.

  • 292
    Judy S says:

    Home is definately where my family is and all of that unconditional love that we have for each other!

  • 293
    Nancy E says:

    Home is where I am loved, where I am safe, where I am comfortable, where I am accepted, where I am warm, where there are arms to hold me…. home is where I belong

  • 294
    Shay says:

    Home is a magical place where I feel welcome and comfortable.

  • 295
    Susie Nam says:

    Home is where my family is and the cherished memories with them.

  • 296

    Home is anywhere my family is. I don’t think the structure or the place matters. As long as we are all together…that is home to me!

  • 297
    Carol says:

    Home is where you hang your heart.

  • 298
    Elise says:

    I have had many “homes”. I say I’m going home to my parents, I call the hotel home when I’m on a business trip but mostly it means cuddling with my husband in my comfy pajamas.

  • 299
    Philomena P says:

    Being a part of a military family, home means something different for me than most other people. We have moved 3 times in the last 3 1/2 years so no one permanent place is “home”. Home to me is wherever my husband, 1 year old daughter, my dog, and I lay our heads at night, eat dinner, and have family time. Florida and Mississippi have been ‘home’, a hotel room was our home for 2 weeks this past summer while we house-hunted, and now our new house is our home. It’s not always the most luxurious and sometimes not our first choice, but as long as we are all together we are ‘home’.

  • 300
    shelly says:

    home – means family! where ever you are.

  • 301
    Charlene says:

    Home is where my husband, daughter and 2 cats live. A place that is “ours” – where we find comfort and warmth just the three (well, I guess five) of us.

  • 302
    Barb S says:

    Home is in my heart.

  • 303
    Amy Everson says:

    Home, for me, is a feeling and a comfort. Right now home is wrapping Christmas presents with my husband, drinking hot chocolate, watching Rudolph and waiting patiently for midnight.

  • 304
    Marilyn Cline says:

    “Home” means family to me, especially my grandchildren. We can be in any location, but if my family is there, then we are home!

  • 305
    Dee in N.H. says:

    What a great question. To me home is my happy place. The place that is always warm and welcoming no matter what. Home is where you are always welcome no matter how you are feeling. It’s that most wonderful feeling of being loved and excepted. Home is wherever my loved ones are. Of course it helps that it is also where my craft things are! All kidding aside, home is being with my loved ones.

  • 306
    Rita says:

    Home is where you can take your shoes off and put your feet up.

  • 307
    Gen says:

    home is family all togheter

  • 308

    Home is where my family is. Everything else is just frosting.

  • 309

    Home is my family and it means everything to me! It means love, happiness, arguments, relaxation, comfort….. Home is where my life is 🙂

  • 310
    Dawn says:

    Home for me is where my family is, where my dogs are. Home is comfort, warmth, happiness.

  • 311
    Laura says:

    Home is where the heart is – and that is with my family!

  • 312
    Toni says:

    Home is where you and family are together living life.

  • 313
    julie coit says:

    Home is where family is and family is everything to me! Home is where your family meets and spend time together its where you make memories and memories are what make life worth living.

  • 314
    Rema Timm says:

    Home is a happy place where I’m at ease and enjoy the love and togetherness of my family.

  • 315
    Sharon Peele says:

    Have you ever went off on vacation or to a family’s or friends house and had to spend the night away. When you come home and the only thing you can say is “I’m so glad to be home!! That is what home means to me! “Security”!

  • 316
    Michelle says:

    Not to sound too corny….but Home is where my heart is. It is the place I am most comfortable, the place where I can be me, and the place where I spend quality time with family, friends, and my spoiled rotten baby(furbaby) Jackson. There’s no place like home!

  • 317
    Lisa Walker says:

    Home is where all your family lives.

  • 318
    Tammy W. says:

    Being a retired military family, home meant a lot of different things over the 20 years my husband was in the Navy. Our “back home” is Milwaukee, WI, where we both grew up (and met on a Milwaukee Public city bus at the age of 15!) and also where the majority of both of our families still live.
    My husband was stationed in Norfolk, VA his entire career and all three of our children were born and raised here, so to us home is now here in VA. We have adopted many family members since living here to help us feel more at home, like Grama Betty (an 86 year old sweet lady/friend from church; and also a stamping buddy!) Friends can really make you feel at home as much as family many times, no matter where you may be. We are very thankful for those friends!
    Thanks PTI for this opportunity to win such an awesome and generous prize!

  • 319
    Krista says:

    Home means having my family under one roof. My husband and kids, my daughter home from college, and my parents visiting from out of town.

  • 320
    Ashley Lydia says:

    Home to me is a beautiful place. I dont think of a house when I hear the word home, but rather a warm and loving environment filled with many memories and wonderful people. I know its so common but its so true “home is where the heart is ”

  • 321
    Kirsty says:

    Home is where I can be comfortable just being.

  • 322
    Katie Jones says:

    Home means family to me. There’s the home I share with my son, and there is the house where I grew up. My parents still live there, and I still call that home too.

  • 323
    charityc says:

    Home is where you are comfortable…where you feel you fit.

  • 324
    Lisa Henke says:

    simple! HOME to me is where ever my family is. Last weekend was my family Christmas in the house I grew up in, with my parents and siblings and all their families. I told all my friends here that I was going home for Christmas. Tonight, I’m in my HOME with my kiddos asleep. Lots of places to call, home..it’s where the love is.

  • 325
    Detra Parks says:

    Home is where my heart is…. with my husband, my children, and my friends..

  • 326
    mary e says:

    Home is with the my family and friends. 🙂

  • 327
    Beth says:

    Home is comfort, warmth, security, love and most of all – family. I am a homebody so I love being home.

  • 328
    Judy F. says:

    Home is where family is…a cozy place where love abounds and togetherness is a natural everyday experience. Home is the center of my life where my husband, daughter and Trisha, the most fuzzy of kitty cats, live.

  • 329
    Jan says:

    Home is where your family is. Home is where you can experience unconditional love.

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    Rebecca B. says:

    Home, to me right now, is a feeling of contentment regardless of whether I have a lot or a little. It is the joy I experience knowing my little girl is in the next room, safe, healthy, fast asleep, dreaming her little baby girl dreams. It is the comfort of having my wonderful husband, whom I love more than life, asleep in our room, snoring away. I wouldn’t trade that snore for a million dollars. I guess home really isn’t a place…it is how big my heart has been made by those I love so much.

  • 331
    Anna Was says:

    Home is where my family is, whether that is my kids and husband in our home or at my parents house.

  • 332
    Mel Tallman says:

    Home is where I can relax, loved ones come to visit and where my children feel safe and loved. The house may change, but our “home” moves with us.

  • 333
    Maureen L. says:

    as dorky as it sounds, “home” is where my girls are. I don’t care if we’re on the road for vacation, hanging out with the grandparents or sitting in the family room watching NetFlix … where my baby girls are is always home to me

  • 334
    lainey says:

    Home is where I feel safe and comfortable and where I can relax and enjoy myself.

  • 335
    Wanda50 says:

    Home is having first “Faith In God”. It is “Love Unconditional”. It is “My husband & My Family”.
    H – Having all this life has to offer.
    O – Offering it back to those in need.
    M – Making the most of every waking moment.
    E – Every ounce of love we have to give…give it!

  • 336
    Martha D. says:

    Home is where you feel most at peace. Mostly this is at my home in GA with my husband and kids. But it is also at my cottage in MI, where I have family and lifelong friends.

  • 337
    jane says:

    “home” for me means being in some of my favorite, comfiest places.

  • 338
    rae barthel says:

    ‘home’ is where my family is. We moved away from the ‘home’ that I knew my entire life {the Midwest} to the South, where I knew no one, and was not at all familiar with the customs and way of life. My heart may yearn for the ‘home’ of my past, but my family of five is content in our new ‘home’, forging our way as a family unit.
    I love this entire release, and it would truly be a dream come true to have it become mine! merry christmas!

  • 339
    Alison says:

    Home is wherever my family is.

  • 340
    jolene s says:

    That’s a tough one… sort of…

    “home” means where my husband and daughters are… here in MN. However, “home” also means my hometown… where my mom and dad and family still are in WI. I, obviously, can’t imagine my life without my husband and girls but, oh I long so to move back “home” to WI… near my parents, my extended family, my oldest and dearest friends…

  • 341
    Judy Bohne says:

    Home means family, love, sharing, growing up, even disagreements among family members, and especially unconditional love and respect for each other. Home is more than the house we live in!Q

  • 342
    Bev says:

    Home is where your heart is, so the saying goes. If your heart is where you grew up with your parents and siblings, that is home. If your heart is with your husband and kids, and a place grown-up kids and grands can come, then that is home. I think home changes as we grow up and mature. Wherever one is able to feel love and “be” is home.

  • 343

    Knowing that I have done the best job I can to give my husband, children and pets the safest and most supportive environment I possibly can….
    This is what home means to me.

  • 344
    jacki Tobin says:

    Home is where my heart is – with my husband, whether sharing tea in front of the fire or shoveling snow, together is what matters!

  • 345

    364 days a year, home is where I veg out and get my “beauty sleep” every nite. The one day it is somewhere else is Christmas, when I traditionally spend the day at my parents home and with other family. This year it is just my mom and me as my dad passed away last January, so we are spending the day on the Eastern Shore with my aunt…not my traditional Christmas home, but with family I don’t get to see so much.

  • 346
    Dani B says:

    We just moved our family for the 3rd time in 7 years. I know for some that’s not a lot, but considering our family size and that each move also involves moving my business, it’s pretty daunting. Our last move was 3 months ago and yet each place almost instantly feels like home. So I’d have to say that Home really is where my family is. Since our last move, my older step kids have only been here twice together. One’s now living solely with her mom and the other is in his first year of college. It was on those two days when they were here did I really feel like our family was complete and I was so glad everyone was Home!

  • 347

    ‘Home’ is where we as a family are all together. Our home has been in a corners of the world, but it’s the place where we can all be just us and relax.

  • 348
    Colleen says:

    Home is where the ‘heart’ is…that includes family and friends…not the place so much as being with the people whom I love.

  • 349
    Linda N says:

    Home is where my heart is! From my lovely children that fill it with laughter to my sweet pets and their unending devotion.

    Linda

  • 350
    Linda w says:

    To me home is where I am right now. Warm, comfortable, surrounded by my cats. Knowing I don’t have to go out if I don’t want to. How lucky I am to be warm and being able to open the fridge and see lots of food. Not everyone can do that.

    stamp on…

  • 351
    Carrie says:

    Home is wherever my husband and children are and I can’t imagine a better place to be!

  • 352
    Rita says:

    Home means welcome. Home means people and places where I feel wanted and welcome for just being me. Home is the smile that is happy to see me and the place where my heart is safe.

  • 353
    Dianne says:

    Home is my sanctuary…..cozy, warm, safe place where I can invite folks in….or not!

  • 354
    Christine Arthars says:

    Home is not so much a place but a feeling to me and this year I will have both my children and 9 grandchildren with me and of course my number 1 my husband.So I will be HOME

  • 355
    Denise says:

    Home is where my children and husband are… it isn’t a house or a location, it is just us being together.

    Really like the new product. Great job.

  • 356
    Veronica says:

    Home is being with my husband in our pj’s and just relaxing.

  • 357
    Terri Bills says:

    Home to me is wherever I am with my family. Not just my husband and son, but with my siblings. It is the feeling of comfort and ease with them that always let’s me be myself.

  • 358
    Elizabeth B. says:

    Home to me means being surrounded by those I love.

  • 359
    Lauren says:

    Home is where my hubby & I and our kids sleep each night. Regardless of what craziness is going on in our lives, knowing that at the end of the day we’re all going to get to cozy up in the warmth and familiarity of our own beds is SO comforting. It’s also the kitchen table where we share so many laughs and the family room where so many memories are made. Our house isn’t fancy, but it’s home. It’s all I need and want because of the people that sleep there each night.

  • 360
    Natasha says:

    Home means laughing with people that share the same sense of humour, it’s a place where you know you’re always accepted. You can lean on a shoulder, or lend a hand. There’s always a spot at the table and a smile waiting. And of course, it’s a place where you’re surrounded by loved ones. It’s really a good place to be 🙂

  • 361
    Vickie S says:

    Home is the warm & cozy feeling I have when I walk in the door and see my husband’s loving face.

  • 362
    Margaret Peltier says:

    Warmth, comfort, family and friends – a place to be together and grow, filled with love, peace and harmony….

  • 363
    Melissa Ladd says:

    Home to me means a place to gather with my family. I would say that my parent’s house still feels like home to me, as well as my own house for my family.

  • 364
    Keisha says:

    Home to me is my husband and my darling (sometimes pesty!) kitten, sitting around a fire watching tv, or reading, or doing whatever, as long as we are together. Sitting around with a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winters night with my little family is home to me.

  • 365
    Maggie Wic says:

    Home is my safe place. It is a place of love and acceptance. Home is the place where you are free to be yourself.

  • 366
    Karen says:

    Corny, I know, but “Home is Where the Heart Is” pretty much sums it up. Home can be your old home town, your parents’ house where you grew up, or your very own house full of your kids, your belongings, your pets and spouse.

  • 367
    AmberR. says:

    Put simply, home is where my family is. Throughout life, that has changed with different ages and stages, starting with my parents and siblings, to my married with children family, but a house cannot be a home without family. Thanks for the reminder of what is most important and for the chance to win!

  • 368
    Kathy Hering says:

    Home is where I live…

  • 369

    Security, Peace, Love, Family!!

  • 370
    Diane Jaquay says:

    To me, home means, very simply, my husband and children. Having grown up in a beautiful “house”, where love did not live, I understand that a house is just a roof over your head, but a home is where you are surrounded by those who love you.

  • 371
    Jess Kruegel says:

    Home is where your heart is…Wherever my family is…where I can feel peace, love, joy and comfort and provide the same for my children and my wonderful husband.

  • 372
    Karen says:

    Home means safety, security and lots of love and acceptance! Home is a feeling in your heart.

  • 373
    Chris says:

    Home is a sanctuary to me. A peaceful place to rest, play and live casually with my family. Our home is warm and lived in, and always a wonderful place to come back to after a busy day.

  • 374
    Maria BF says:

    HOME is PEACE, LOVE, SECURITY and INSPIRATION.

  • 375
    Priscilla Heistad says:

    Home is a haven for my family. A place where we can all be ourselves: the good, the bad and the ugly!

  • 376
    Alicia E says:

    ‘Home’ for me will always be back in Iowa with my parents, however my husband, daughter and house in Kansas are my world.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 377
    Jaime O says:

    Home is where my family is.

  • 378
    Angela says:

    Home means family and food and friends.

  • 379
    Diane S. (momoffive) says:

    Home is where my hubby and kids are. Home is my safe haven where I can be me. I like being home.

  • 380
    Sara D says:

    Home is where my heart is, with my family where ever they may be. It is filled with laughter, joy and sometimes even a few tears but there’s no place on earth that compares to it.

  • 381
    Mia says:

    Home is wherever my husband & kids are, where we each long to get back to at the end of the day, what we miss when we’re away for more than a few days, & where we can truly be “us”.

  • 382
    Tanya says:

    Home to mean means family, love and warmth. I know when I am “home”, I am always with people that I care about and love to be around.

  • 383
    Shay Speer says:

    Home is where my family lives. Some of the houses we have lived in haven’t felt enough like home, though. The house that we caught & killed 20 mice in 6 mos. – not so much of a home. I hope I win. Thanks for the chance.

  • 384
    Donna Budnik says:

    This is a question that I don’t have to think about. My home is where my children are. As a mom I create a safe and happy enviornment which they know as home. They have no idea that they create “home” for me. Actually the are more than “home” for me, they are my world.

  • 385
    Jasmin O says:

    Home is…..wherever the Army sends us! As long as we are all together then home is that unity!

  • 386
    Kathy R. says:

    Home for me means family, friends, comfort, safety and love. Thanks for the chance to win such awesome goodies!

  • 387
    Jaki says:

    To me home means Heart!

  • 388
    Lee says:

    Home is being with my family, who love me just as I am…no pretences. Home is where I can kick off my shoes, put on my “comfortable” clothes and relax. I love being home!

  • 389
    Donna Simpson says:

    Home is my place of comfort. I walk in the door and I feel so much love and gratitude for everything I have. Home is love to me.

  • 390
    Terri Moore says:

    Home is where my family is filled with love. It is also my safe place where I feel the most comfortable too.

  • 391
    Linda E says:

    I know it sounds cliche but home is where the heart is. Home is where my family surrounds me and where we make beautiful memories day after day. Thanks for the chance.

  • 392
    Donna Garvin says:

    Home is where I have spent the last 21 years with my husband of 30 years whom I love unconditionally and with all of my heart. Home is where I can let my hair down and just be me.

  • 393
    Eva C says:

    Home is where I find peace and happiness…it is where I can be myself(good or naughty)and still be loved by the ones I love. It is truly one of the most wonderful places in the world!

  • 394
    Erin Drislane says:

    Home means Sunday mornings goofing off with our two daughters(4&6yrs)when they jump into bed with us to wake us up; then cooking breakfast together and heading out on some family adventure for the day. It’s all about being with family and having fun. Thanks for a chance to win this awesome package.

  • 395
    Susanna says:

    Home means family. My Dad was in the service so we did a lot of moving around; sometimes living in temp housing and out of suitcases waiting for our quarters to be ready and the remainder of our items to arrive. Regardless of where we landed my parents always made us feel at home. It had more to do with attitude and togetherness than our surrounding.

  • 396
    Cynthia says:

    cozy retreat with my family!

  • 397
    Josiane says:

    ‘Home’ means my haven to get away from it all.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • 398
    Ngan R. says:

    Home means where my husband is…we have made this great commitment to build our house and lives together and to care for each other and our future children. There is no better place to be than with him sharing our home and our love.

  • 399
    Darlene says:

    home is the place where i find my treasures..those being my husband & kiddos, my ‘stuff’ that brings back sweet memories, the kitchen and meals that brings us together, gatherings with friends..nice smells and of course my little creative space where i can be happy ..

  • 400
    Heather Bowser says:

    Home to me is not the house we live in but the people that fill it.

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    kerry davis says:

    Home. First, I think of the house I live in with my husband and 5 kids. Second, I think of being at my mom’s house with my sisters when we were little.

  • 403
    Laura Martin says:

    home is where the love is. the love of my family or my friends. it’s where i can relax and be me. my safe spot.

  • 404
    Miriam Daniels says:

    Home is where I spend time with my loved ones. It’s where we make memories as a family. It’s where I create!

  • 405
    Helen F. says:

    Home is where my family and friends are, although that has been in many different houses over years :o)
    Thank you for such a fun and inspirational Release!

  • 406

    Home is a place I have not yet seen. I am reminded of a song which says, “We are not home yet…” I know God has a home in Heaven for me someday…for now, I am not home yet. 😉 Great release, as usual!!

  • 407
    Maryse N says:

    Home is a place where I feel I belong. I’ve had a few in my life and there is always that one day when you walk into the place you’ve been living and you are happy to be there surrounded by things and people you love and have a sense of belonging in that space.

  • 408
    D Golly says:

    Home is where my family is and a place where I can relax and just be.

  • 409
    red balloon says:

    I’ve moved 7 times in the past 11 years, so for me, home is definitely not a house! Home is wherever my husband and kids are, whether it’s a house or even a cardboard house (a fabulously papered one of course)!

  • 410
    Anita Farrell says:

    Home is wherever my family is. It’s where I feel relaxed and can be myself, and try to make sure my family feel the same. It’s a place where love lives, tears flow, and life happens.

  • 411
    Wanda says:

    Home is like a big hug waiting for you to embrace…the all comforting arms around you.

  • 412
    Kathy H says:

    Home means safety & warmth. A place where love rules & reigns. Where I can be myself, where I get my creative strength and inspiration. Home is my family all gathered together under one roof celebrating ordinary days and extraordinary ones. Home is faith in God and his guidance. That’s what home means to me

  • 413
    Audrey T. says:

    Home is where my husband and children are. It is a place I love to be, and where I feel safest. It is where I want to be at the end of every day. 🙂

  • 414
    Fleur de Lo says:

    Home is a haven from a noisy, busy world. Definitely a place where my very dearest loved ones abode.

  • 415
    Brittney Mitchell says:

    My dad taught me long ago that home is where our family happens to be at that moment. My dad was in the military so we never had a permenant place and he always emphasized that (we) are the home.

  • 416
    Darlene L says:

    Having moved often the past 40 years–home is here my family reside–right in my heart. We all consider my parents farm our home and we all can’t wait to visit there whenever we can. Thanks for a chance to win. Good luck with your release.

  • 417

    Home is where my family is.

  • 418
    Deanna Jean says:

    Home is anywhere my family is. It’s the place where we come together and just be ourselves. It’s a place filled with love and happiness..where memories are made.

  • 419
    Kathy says:

    Home is where I am at, when I’m with my hubby and babies.

  • 420
    Diana Fisher says:

    Home means family. Wherever they are is my home.

  • 421

    Home to me is the safe haven. The place you go at the end of the day to put on sweat pants and unwind. The place where you spend time with your family, where you eat dinner together and connect after everyone’s busy day.

  • 422
    Nikki says:

    My house is a mess…but my home couldn’t be better 😉

  • 423
    Lori Campbell says:

    Home is where my daughter and my dogs are. There’s nothing better (especially while hunkered down waiting for a break in the snowstorm that brought us 3 1/2 feet of snow in 3 days last week) than curling up on the couch in my pj’s with my teenager and our two wiener dogs to watch TV.

  • 424
    Sharon says:

    My family and my 2 yellow labs, a warm blazing fireplace, and good friends!

  • 425
    nori says:

    Home to me is being in a place where I can freely be myself and do all the things I love… baking, crafting, relaxing, cooking….

  • 426
    maria says:

    Home is any place where family and friends are making memories

  • 427
    Jennifer S says:

    Home to me means family and loved ones. My family and friends mean everything to me. Without them I wouldn’t be who I am today. They are my home!

  • 428

    Home means being with my husband, our two boys and our dog. It means being with the ones I love. It means a place where I can be me, be comfortable, be loved and love.

  • 429
    Pam Alexander says:

    Home is where you gather with family to remember and celebrate the love you have for one another. Not the place but the feeling you get when you can be in the presence of those who have that unconditional love for each other.

  • 430
    Roxanne says:

    I have had a “journey” in my life and how I used to define a “home” was more about a place or dwelling and what I had envisioned my “dream home” would be. But I’ve learned after losing a home to a divorce early in life, it really is more about being with people that make you feel as if you are home. That wherever you are, as long as those loved ones are there beside you, the place doesn’t really matter! A “dream home” is FROSTING! And Melissa’s new stamp set has a lot of potential for expressing frosting. 🙂

  • 431
    Sally W says:

    Home is were I feel the most at ease an comfortable in my own skin. If I had to pick a place it would have to be my parents’ house in the North Georgia mtns. Many of our family “archives” line the walls. Several of our Christmas trees are lining the drive way, planted on Christmas days gone by. This house is an anchor for me. I may move all over the country, but I know the Mtn House is my HOME.

  • 432
    Rhonda M. says:

    Home is being with my family. I have fond memories of the house that I grew up in, but my “home” is where ever the poeople I love gather. Looking forward to going “home” in a little over a week to celebrate the holidays.

  • 433
    Mary K says:

    Home is the house that holds all the love of my husband, boys and dog and a nifty scrap room too! Right now, our home looks extra special with lots of Christmas lights and lovingly collected decorations. Love, love, love!

  • 434
    Nana4 says:

    Home is where my husband and I live and love. It is the place where our family gathers and where we play on the floor with our precious grandsons. Home is cozy, friendly, and has open doors to friends.

  • 435
    Suzanne Russell says:

    Home is where my family has been born, launched into their own lives, and love to return to because their Dad and I are here. It’s our gathering place to remember the past, enjoy today, and dream of the future.

  • 436
    Kristy says:

    Home means to me….having a house where all our grown children come back to and spending time all together. Those are my favorite times, when all our grown children and their families come home and we visit, Laugh, and love to be together and enjoy each other.

  • 437
    Toia Stevenson says:

    To me, “home” is a feeling where you feel totally comfortable and happy. I feel at home when I am with my family and we are just hanging out and enjoying each other.

  • 438
    Laura Isham says:

    Home is where my family is. We’ve moved a lot the past 5 years, but I know I’m home when I can hear my three little boys giggling and playing. All is right in the world.

  • 439
    April Z. says:

    Home is my family. I’m always happiest when I’m with my husband, my sons and my daughter.

  • 440
    Kelli says:

    Home to me means being around my family and friends and being comfortable just being myself with them.

  • 441
    diane mcvey says:

    Home to me, is where I can get all my boys and their families together. That is usually at MY house; but wherever we can be united, is home to ME!!!

  • 442
    Tami M. says:

    Home is my happy place. It’s where my wonderful husband and son are, and my two big crazy dogs. It’s my favorite place to be.

  • 443
    Ally V. says:

    It might sound cliche, but home really is where my husband and my boys are. They are my world, my everything.

  • 444
    Tammy Frayne says:

    Home is where I feel at peace, and I feel at peace in the security and love of my family, especially my husband and our two boys. And of course, I always feel at “home” snuggled up in my warm, comfy bed!!

  • 445
    Jodie White says:

    To me “Home” is where you are with the people you love. Spending time with each other and enjoying each other’s company.

  • 446
    Becky K. says:

    Right now, home is being with my fiancé where I can be myself and be all warm and snuggly!

  • 447
    Jennifer S. says:

    Home is the place where I am most comfortable with my family and pets. It’s a cozy and happy place, that I love.

  • 448
    Annamaria Miller says:

    Home to me means family and all the love we share when we are together.

  • 449
    Lori says:

    Home is where my family is, wherever that may be.

  • 450
    Kari D says:

    Home is where my family is….and home is where I can welcome fiiends as family.

  • 451
    JodyM says:

    Peace, security, family, and love are the first words that come to mind when I think home. We moved many times when I was growing up, but I know no matter what “house” we lived it in that it was always “home”, because of the warmth and love my parents showed us. It was and is a refuge from the rest of the world.

  • 452
    Jen Carter says:

    Home to me is family, comfort, security, acceptance. It is not necessarily a place as much as it is the people!

  • 453
    Amy s K. says:

    Home is with my family, at our house, together relaxing, working, being just us.

  • 454
    April W says:

    Home to me means being with my amazing husband and two gorgeous daughters. It doesn’t matter where we are as long as we’re together. 🙂
    – April W

  • 455
    Katie Jeanne says:

    Home . . . is wherever my husband and kiddos are at! They hold my heart and are my home!!!!

  • 456
    Karen B. says:

    Home means family, love, peace, eternity. I love my husband and kids so much! I come from a good home, too. I have so much to be grateful for! I LOVE HOME!!!! 🙂

  • 457
    Aphra says:

    Home is family and love and joy and laughter and all good things!

  • 458
    Maria says:

    Home is where ever my husband and son are. It’s not a physical place really.

  • 459
    Shannon T says:

    Home is the comfort of my being with my Mom anyplace on earth.

  • 460
    Nicole F, UK says:

    Home is my house that I have worked hard for and have furnished with love in a town that I have happily grown up in, where my friends and family live and where I am happy and content.

  • 461
    Paula says:

    Home is and always will be the life I lead with my husband. We are sharing that life with 3 of 4 of our boys at the moment, but when they move on, my home will still be with my one true love and soul mate, my husband.

  • 462
    Kimberly says:

    Home is my refuge, usually filled with family, but sometimes just me and a good book, or a around a campfire.

  • 463
    Gigi says:

    Home is my family, our memories, our happiness – in good times or bad – it is where we find comfort, warmth and love. It does not matter that the home is an apartment or a grand house as long as all my love ones are with me. That is the meaning of home to me.

  • 464
    Chris S says:

    Home is where I can go to recharge and refresh. My hubby, my kids, and my pets love me unconditionally and I am safe, warm, and comfortable.

  • 465
    Judy says:

    Home is a place of comfort and security. Home
    is wherever I live with my family.

  • 466
    Lori Weinberg says:

    Home is where my husband and three boys are. Home is where I create. Home is where it easiest to just be me.

  • 467
    Nancy Batchelder says:

    “Home” is where your heart is –just like your new stamp set w/ the house and the heart. It’s where you feel totally comfortable and have your family about you. It is also where you can be alone but still feel like you are surrounded by all of your family.

  • 468
    Brittany says:

    “Home” means Utah, where I grew up. It’s where all my favorite memories live and where my heart will always belong!

  • 469
    samantha johnson says:

    Home is where my guys are, all 3 of them . My 2 sons and my hubby are my everything and where ever they are is a great place to be.

  • 470
    Lucille Bentley says:

    Home to me is the place where my family is.

  • 471
    Sherry says:

    Home is where my family is. It is the place that makes me happiest and where I want to be all the time. Warmth, comfort, peace…that is home.

  • 472
    aparna says:

    Home is anywhere my whole family can be together. I can’t wait till the holidays when that can happen 🙂

  • 473
    Dana says:

    Home is where my family and loved ones are gathered, whether that is my house, my parents’ house, my sister’s house, my aunt’s, cousin’s…doesn’t matter as long as we are all together.

  • 474
    Kristen Carpinello says:

    Home is wherever my husband and my boys are.

  • 475
    Pat says:

    Home is where I live with my loved ones. It’s so much more than just a house. It’s love, understanding, compassion and lots of fun and laughter. It’s the place we feel safe and secure. My family means the world to me and I love them more than they will ever know.

  • 476
    Tessa says:

    home means family to me – my hubby and kids and friends who are like family – as long as I have them I am home!

  • 477
    Maryanne Degiorgio says:

    Home is my safe haven and where wonderful memories have been made there. I love my home.

  • 478
    Cassi says:

    home is when/where i’m with my loved ones.

  • 479
    Eileen M says:

    Home is a comfortable place I have made for myself, either the house I own, the home where my parents are, or any other comfortable place with family and friends to love and support each other!

  • 480
    Wendy says:

    Home is family. At holidays and birthdays, I love that I can have my family over to celebrate and enjoy the time we have together.

  • 481
    Coco says:

    Home is where love happens.

  • 482
    Rhonda R says:

    Home is a haven where we can all come after our busy days to enjoy each others company and create new memories.

  • 483
    Jackie W. says:

    Home is both where my husband, and 2 children are, wherever that may be. It’s also Edmond, OK, where I spent my high school years with my family when I was a child. I love home!

  • 484
    Sharon D says:

    Home is where my husband and two kitty cats are. This is a pertinent question in my life now, as we are in the long process of relocating from Florida to Washington. We were just out in Washington on a temporary basis for 6 months, but we quickly started calling our hotel suite “home” because we were all there and cozy and happy.

  • 485
    Kim G says:

    Home to me is where I feel comfortable and happy. When you come home from a day of work and say “Ahh, it’s good to be home”. The warmth and love of family adds to that feeling of “home”.

  • 486

    Home is truly where your heart is. Large or small, old or new, it is a place where you are comfortable with your family and friends.

  • 487
    Marcia Truslow says:

    Home is with my family! And the house I grew up in, where I still spend my summers.

  • 488
    MJ says:

    Home is wherever my family is – whether it be at the house we live in, on vacation, or taking a walk around the neighborhood. It doesn’t matter where we physically are as long as my husband and son are together with me.

  • 489
    Sandy Ramirez says:

    All my life, home was where my mom lived. But now, home is where my son comes to hang out with his mom. Home is also the place where I relax, decompress, enjoy life. Home IS where the heart is!

  • 490
    jadorepapier says:

    Although the feeling of “home” is intrinsically tied to family, there is something to be said for the luxury of sleeping in your own bed.

  • 491
    Jen Adcock says:

    Home is wherever my precious family is. Always!

  • 492
    Donna says:

    Home is a place for me to take care of my family. A place where everyone can be safe and loved.

  • 493
    Teresa Brada says:

    Home is with my family.It’s the place I feel the most comfortable and happy!

  • 494
    Dawn says:

    Home is where my family is. Whether that be my in-laws or my parents and even where my husband and I live. It’s where you feel comfortable the most.

  • 495
    Beverly BL says:

    To me, Home is a place where my friends and family enjoy coming to visit.

  • 496
    Rose A says:

    I thnk home changes once you have kids…it’s wherever my babies are
    I could call a cardboard box home as long as I was with my children and hubby.

  • 497
    Amber K. says:

    I have never had one “home”. I grew up in a military family and never stayed in one place long. My home was not a place but my family, because they were the one thing that was constant in all that moving we did. Now my home is with my husband. Currently that is a small and cluttered one bedroom apartment.

  • 498
    Mila Ayers says:

    God is the center of our home and because He is, it is a place of comfort, love, acceptance, forgiveness, and security.

  • 499

    Home is wherever my family is. Home is where I feel happy and safe. A place of comfort where I look forward to going at the end of the day.

  • 500
    Emily Keaton says:

    What does “home” mean to me?? It’s where I can be myself, where I can hang out with my family, where I can retreat from the world, where I’m safe. Home means everything to me!!

  • 501
    Elaine -the soil scientist says:

    Home is my refuge. This is where my family is. You can find peace and quiet, loud and crazy, hard and good times, and where friends and family are welcomed with love. This is where we share our lives with each other no matter what.

  • 502
    Marla Jea says:

    Home is wherever my family is safe and healthy and God is holding us in his hands. Oh, and also where my kitchen is clean. For me the holidays are all about home, because the house is so warm and comforting–with lots of baked goodies, a real Christmas tree, and happy sounds from my two-year-old playing with his trains or my four-year-old trying to learn how to read.

  • 503
    Regina says:

    Over the years, “home” has meant many different things to me. When I was a young girl, of course, “home” was wherever my parents were. They worked so hard to give my brother and I a happy life and made our home warm and loving. When I went away to school, “home” still seemed to be back where my family lived, until I met my future husband, who showed me that “home” means love and respect and support through thick and thin. We moved 3000 miles away from our families, which meant that we needed to make “home” wherever we were. Then we had a baby, and now “home” is the little arms that reach for me in the morning and the sweet kisses and hugs at night. Thank you for making me think again about what “home” means to me…I’ve gone on and on, but I think that’s a good thing.

  • 504
    see mary stamp says:

    Home is family, security, love!

  • 505
    Kristin R. says:

    Home is anywhere my husband, son and daughter are at. Especially this season as we have recently lost my mom. As much as I love PTI and other things- there is nothing more important than our faith and family.

  • 506
    Renee Godsey says:

    Home is where you can let your guard down and be yourself. for me it is in the arms of my amazing husband, with my children all around. Home is where we laugh and feel loved!

  • 507
    Kathy Allen says:

    Home is that one special safe place in the world. Growing up it was with your parents and now as an adult, it is making the safe, secure place for my own children. Whatever the world brings, home is the place to go for comfort and love!

  • 508
    Cathie says:

    Home is where I feel most comfortable and the happiest.

  • 509
    liz in MO says:

    Home is that place that we are currently residing. . . it can be our house, a hotel room etc. As long as family is there, that is home. So I guess home=family. Yep, works for me.

  • 510
    Heather says:

    Home is family.

  • 511
    Jess says:

    Home means family. I haven’t lived with my parents for many years, but I still say I’m going “home” for Christmas!

  • 512
    Marta G says:

    Home means a lot of things to me: from happy memories of a house full of family and dear friends gathering all together; to the empty nest where I now find peace of mind, relaxation, and enjoy having time for myself.

  • 513
    Paulina says:

    Home is where my family is. If that means a comfy bed, I’m always up for that too. 🙂

  • 514
    Amy Lau says:

    Home means comfort to me!!

  • 515
    DanelleB says:

    Home is a place I can put my feet up, relax with my husband and boys, and enjoy the moments that go by so fast.

  • 516
    Anne G says:

    Home is the place where my family is gathered together and I can be myself and feel most comfortable.

  • 517
    Diedri Morris says:

    Home is where I finally get to relax!

  • 518
    Katrina H. says:

    Home means family, comfort and safety.

  • 519
    Dawn says:

    Having our kids home with us means home to me. Our eldest (20) just arrived back from Texas last night for the holidays (happy face). The older I get the more it means!

  • 520
    Ketha says:

    Home…where my heart is, along with family and memories.

  • 521
    Donna Maddy says:

    Home is where my people are.

  • 522
    Cheryl says:

    Home is where my family is!

  • 523
    Susan O says:

    Home is our cocoon and there’s no place we’d rather be. But it also means the place 2000 miles away that was our original home.

  • 524
    Heidi says:

    I have a stuffed dog named Flossie that I have had for 30 years, Home is where ever Flossie lies his head!

  • 525
    Lana D says:

    home is where love is

  • 526
    Peggy Allen says:

    Home means love, faith and family. It is a sweet haven of rest & the place I work the hardest. PTI thanks for another month of great product reveals and projects. May you and your families have the happiest of holidays.
    God bless,
    Peggy

  • 527
    CarolLynn says:

    After serving 20 plus years in the military–Home is with my family!!

  • 528
    katie says:

    home = comfort. Whether that is where I keep my stuff or someplace else. Home is a place where you are comfortable not only with your surroundings but in your own skin.

  • 529
    Maria from ChiTown says:

    Home is where my family is that lives with all my PTI stuff!!!

  • 530
    Laurie G says:

    Home for me is not a “place” as much as it is the feeling of contentment because of being with the people whom I love the most. It is having knowing that no matter what is going on in the world I can come “home” to my safe place where ever that may be.

  • 531
    Susan Santello says:

    “Home” is where family gathers and you have a feeling that everything is safe and secure.

  • 532
    CrazyCurl says:

    Home is where I am more often than anywhere else. It is family, warmth and love.

  • 533
    pmm says:

    “Home” is wherever I am with my dear husband, and close enough to see our kid who grew up wa-a-a-y too fast. It is more a place in my heart than a physical place, but I like having the pphysical ‘home’ to keep all my stamping and quilting stuff. ;P

  • 534
    Debbie Corson says:

    Home is our safe harbor from the storms of life that come and go.

  • 535
    Laura says:

    Home is the place you just want to be-full of comfort & love!

  • 536
    Stephanie W says:

    Home is where my family is. 🙂

  • 537
    LaceyNB says:

    Home is wherever I’m with my hubby and our dog.

  • 538
    Liliana says:

    Home means family to me – my hubby and our 2 girls. We’re military so we move every 3-4 years, but home is wherever we are together.

  • 539

    Home isn’t necessarily the structure we live in.. that is our house. Home is where my family is.. wherever that may be at a given time.

  • 540
    Penny J. says:

    Home is where my husband is.

  • 541
    Denise Rose says:

    The center of my family and my place where I feel I belong.

  • 542
    Barb says:

    Home is more than brick and mortar, it’s wherever your heart is the happiest. It’s comfort, security and peace. It’s my haven.

  • 543
    Sue Symens says:

    Warmth. Family. Love. I hope that when anyone enters my home they feel the warmth and feel comfortable here.

  • 544
    Amber Hight says:

    To me, home is where my husband is. Being in the military, we move around. Alot. Even growing up we moved alot so I’ve never had an actual “house” to call my “Home” for more than 3 or 4 years in a row! I’ve become adaptable to living pretty much anywhere as long as my husband and my dogs are there. So that’s what “Home” means to me:)

  • 545
    nina says:

    Hmm… home means a place where I can feel happy and secure and where my family members can feel the same. It means building new family traditions with my kids and passing on traditions that I grew up with!

  • 546
    Sandra B. says:

    Home to me is family and love

  • 547
    Karen C Fl/NY says:

    Home to me is a place I can come to that I am loved and can find comfort and happiness. A place that has many fond memories, a haven. It is not just a place it is a feeling.

  • 548
    Peg says:

    home is where my heart is.

  • 549
    Deb says:

    Home is knowing that you are exactly where God has placed you. I can be home anywhere!

  • 550
    BethieJ says:

    Home to me means .. my SAFE place.. where I am loved, and cared for no matter what!

  • 551
    Hilde says:

    I have lived on the opposite coast from my family for 5 years and this month, I am so very blessed to find out that the stars have aligned and God has blessed me by bringing them all here to live in the same state as me! This place will finally be home when they get here.Home is where I have family close,love is all around, and I am so so thankful.

  • 552
    Denise says:

    Home is wherever my family is. Home is feeling secure and loved.

  • 553
    Shirlann says:

    Home is where I find solitude from everyday worries. But it is also the gathering place for my family to reminisce over shared memories and another opportunity to create new memorable ones! My two sons are each marrying next year so our home will be filled with great and happy times!

  • 554
    Cheri Mosgrove says:

    Home to me is a warm, peaceful place, filled with the laughter of my children, echoing with our faith and God’s love and the joy of my family.

  • 555
    Chris K says:

    Home means family for me. It always feels right when we are together.

  • 556
    Jane Sanders says:

    Home is where ever my family is , they are the most important to me. Home is where we all can come to and feel safe. In these hard times Iam thankful that we have a home

  • 557
    Kristy says:

    Home is my spot in the universe. It’s where I live, where I put my stuff, where people come to visit me, where I always return to, where I’ll be remembered.

  • 558
    JoAnna says:

    Home to me means my mom 🙂 I dad passed away when I was 6 and I always know my mom is there at home for me when I need her. I love having breaks from school so we can spend time together

  • 559
    gaby sayer says:

    Home is where my family and I find shelter from the chaos of everyday life.

  • 560
    Liz Knips says:

    Home is in my husband’s eyes. We just celebrated our 40th anniversary.

  • 561
    Heather says:

    Home is family. We’ve recently had to downsize and move to a much smaller place than we are used to. But it’s having us all together that makes the difference.

  • 562
    Diana says:

    Being with my family is home to me.

  • 563

    Home means to me where my family is! Where my awesome husband who is beyond supportive of my passion, my 3 precious boys, my adorable 8 year old Springer Spaniel, Abby. All of us tucked in our wonderful comfortable home in the Great State of Kansas that I love!

  • 564
    Zena B. says:

    Home is wherever my family is. We have had to move around a fair bit, and while we have enjoyed living in lots of different places, it’s been hard to reconcile having to start all over again in a new place. I have come to realize that it doesn’t really matter where we are, just so long as we are all together.

  • 565
    Andrea S. says:

    Home is anywhere my husband and son are. 🙂

  • 566
    Jessica C. says:

    Home means familiarity. It means feeling at ease, being able to just be yourself, feeling safe and secure.

  • 567
    Harriet Skelly says:

    Home is where my husband, daughter and three fur babies are! It is our place of peace and happiness! (and it sure looks lived in too!)

  • 568
    Linda L says:

    Home means my family. My husband, three sons and soon to be daughter-in-law. Doesn’t matter where it is physically. As long as those people are there, it’s home. Best feeling ever! Hope all of you are fortunate to have the same!

  • 569
    Laura Boyd says:

    Home is where I feel the safest surrounded by the people that I love.

  • 570
    Sue says:

    Home means having my whole family together in one place.

  • 571

    home is wherever my boys are. a nice cozy quilt helps, too.
    kelly

  • 572
    Jessica ML says:

    “Home” is where the heart is, right? I know it sounds cheesy but if you think about it, the place, wherever it is, that make let you be true to your heart is the best place to call home.

  • 573
    Kellie says:

    A place that lives in my heart that I try to creative in my dwelling with my family.

  • 574

    Home is my family. My parents and my siblings, my husband and my children. Home is where they are.

  • 575
    nancy nelson says:

    Home means Family, Comfort and Peace from the outside world.

  • 576
    Leslie H. says:

    Home is where my family is.

  • 577
    Jennifer says:

    Home means comfort and warmth, a place to be with my family and escape the stresses of life. Happiness, laughter and good cooking too! 🙂

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 578
    Chadsmom says:

    Family, comfort, security, love, warmth, is home, Doesn’t have to be a house as long as you have the people you care about the most with you. My husband is my world and we are hardly ever at our house so we make each place our home to us as we travel.

  • 579
    Lori Y says:

    Home is anywhere my family is.

  • 580

    Home is a safe and happy place that I love to be in.

  • 581
    Cathy Clark says:

    Home is not a place but a feeling – a feeling of security, love and acceptance. It can be any place where you are surrounded with the ones you love and cherish. Home can be in someones arms or even in church. Home is where you always return. 🙂

  • 582
    Laurie W. says:

    To me home is wherever my family is! I love feeling “home” in our house but it is not the actual building or material things! As long as I am with my husband and kids…that is where “home” is to me!

  • 583
    Rhonda H says:

    Home means my sweet family ALL at home together for laughter, arguments,and craziness. Wouldn’t trade it for anything.

  • 584
    Krista says:

    Home is where my hubby is.

  • 585

    Home is where my family is. We are blessed to live near our parents and our grandparents that are still with us. Our children are lucky to know all of them!

  • 586

    Home is place where my family is, home is a place where I find comfort when I am down.

  • 587
    Steph Connor says:

    Home simply means family to me— a place where I am surrounded by loved ones.

  • 588
    Anika says:

    Home means many things to me. Since I still live in the same small town that I grew up in, home can refer to the town. It means the house I grew up in, where my parents still live. And home also means the place where my husband and I can just be us.

  • 589
    Cara B says:

    Home is where I am 100% comfortable – hanging out in my jammies, no make-up, singing in the bathroom, laughing out loud. If you look real close you will find paper and scissors in that scene somewhere.

  • 590
    Nancy M says:

    Home means security, comfort and love. A place where I can be me.

  • 591
    Nancy Karmann says:

    Home is where I am happiest, where my family is and where I always look forward to being.

  • 592
    Esther says:

    Home is where love lives. Home means anywhere I can feel the love of my family, where my heart is so full it aches just thinking of how much they mean to me. I am at home any place so long I can know my loved ones are safe.

  • 593
    Amy Zwierz says:

    Home is right where I am now. With my husband and children~

  • 594
    Diana S says:

    I am so happy to be playing this contest on my birthday. Home is where you put your love in. For me, it is my husband and children. I have a very large family, with my parents and cousins and of course my dog. I am so happy to have a home, which I share with my family. That whenever we have a holiday, we always have it at my house, and with everyone there. There is so much love and my children learn the meaning of family and home. I am so grateful.

  • 595
    Monica L says:

    Its taken me years to be able to call my house “home” rather than a reference to my parents’ residence and the place I grew up. It takes a long time to truly build a home–a place you want to come to at the end of the day, surrounded by the people and/or things that you love. My house is my home…now…and hopefully for a long time to come.

  • 596

    Home is Colorado Springs where I grew up. Although I no longer live there and neither do my parents, that is where home will always be.

  • 597
    Carol G. says:

    Home is a haven to recharge and relax and get my creative juices going.

  • 598
    Jan S says:

    Home means family to me, surrounded by loved ones, children and grandchildren, being together, supporting each other through our highs, our celebrations and sharing the tough times and being there for each other. Home is where I am the happiest surrounded by all those I love and want to spend eternity together with.

  • 599
    Michelle says:

    Home is a place where you are:
    warm under it’s roof,
    fed at it’s table,
    safe behind it’s door,
    and accepted into it’s heart.

  • 600
    Marica G. says:

    My dad served in the Navy for 24 years so we lived in many different places. Then I married my husband, who’s currently serving in the Navy and in our 12+ years of marriage, we’ve moved seven times. So for us, home is where the Navy sends us… and I wouldn’t have it any other way. We have four children and this nomadic lifestyle is the only life they know. At every duty station, we make it a point to make our home a sanctuary of sorts. It’s very welcoming and familiar (and never boring!) and it’s where everything happens – play dates, delicious meals, great gatherings, and so much more.

  • 601
    Melissa says:

    When I think of home I think of my family. We move alot due to my husband transferring so home is always where my husband and kids are

  • 602
    Amy Kolling says:

    Homemade means crafted, baked, etc. with love….In my home, where my family is.

  • 603

    Home is where my husband and kids are.

  • 604
    kprakken says:

    Home to me is my family. I am blessed to have my husband, daughter, granddaughter and my extended family. Home is love.

  • 605
    Linda says:

    Home is where I am living with my husband. The place where I go to feel safe and comforted. The place that is always there for our grown children to come home to.

  • 606
    Janice Marcham says:

    Home to me is where I can find memories of my late husband and whenever I’m with my daughter.

  • 607
    Yvette F. says:

    Home means that we are all together…where ever we are.

  • 608
    Debbie Titus says:

    Home is where I can be me and no one cares…

  • 609
    Tracy Y says:

    Home means being together with family and friends.

  • 610
    Louise says:

    Home is my refuge from the world. It is a place of peace and safety where I can leave my cares and worries at the door. I love visiting my grown children and my grandchildren in their homes, where I am reminded of family traditions that started in the various homes in which we lived.

  • 611
    JeanFB says:

    Home is the love and comfort of my family. Home is having everyone tucked in and safe together. Home is the memories we’ve made together – my husband, my daughter, my son, and I – and the heritage that we share.

  • 612
    Mary says:

    Home is my family – the people I love – relaxing and being comfortable being yourself. That’s home to me –

  • 613
    sarita says:

    to me home is where i can be myself. After many years of not being able to do this i have found myself again. thank you for the chance to win some wonderful PTI goodies.

  • 614
    Dorothy says:

    Home means friends, family and fun! Home is not a place but the feeling you get when you are with the people you love.

  • 615
    JulieK says:

    Home is the place we have created for our children where we hope they will always return.

  • 616

    Home is where my family is. Also it means the place where you are with the people you love the most!

  • 617
    Andrea M says:

    Home is where my family and friends are, where I feel comfortable, where my heart feels full 🙂 It’s where I play and relax, where I wake up and go to bed, where my family is all together and at peace. It’s an escape from a world that can be tough at times. “Home” can represent so many things, but the location doesn’t matter as much as the people and pets that are there 🙂

  • 618
    Yohandy says:

    Home means hearing the laughter of my boys saying silly jokes to one another, or tickling each other, or just watching Spongebob. And on several occasions, it is also when they’re yelling out my name to tell on each other. And not to leave out, wherever my love is, also.

  • 619
    Jessica says:

    Home is where my husband and daughter are. If I’m with them, I’m home 🙂

  • 620

    Home to me is my family, love and contentment. I love being at home with the snow falling and me working in my craftroom with all my PT “toys”. Great release this month!

  • 621
    Amrita says:

    Home is where I’m most comfortable with myself, where I’m supported and with the ones I love and those who love me.

  • 622
    Andrea McCulley says:

    Home to me is where unconditional love, acceptance, and forgiveness abounds.

  • 623
    Tara says:

    It sounds really cliche, but home is where ever my family is. I’m in college in and I go home almost every weekend because I love spending time with my family!

  • 624

    Home is safety, peace, refuge, love, creativity and where I belong. Home is where my heart is!

  • 625
    Maryann says:

    Having moved 13 times (which I know is a lot to some and few to others), I have always felt comfortable with creating ‘home’ wherever we were and with whatever kids were with us at the time. Home is happiness.

  • 626
    Debbie G. says:

    Over the years I’ve found that home is where my family is, so even if the address changes it’s always with the people I love.

  • 627
    Gwen says:

    Home is all the best parts of growing up! Some of us move more than once, but the cheerful, secure, warm place with yummy smells coming from the kitchen and a cozy bed are all memories past and present of home in my heart. I cherish my gift of home and will give the gift of home to my children.

  • 628
    Emma G says:

    Home is the place of all things beautiful, of being yourself, and of all the people that you love. I’m very lucky to have a wonderful home.

  • 629
    Pam Douglas says:

    Home means family….and a place where i’m safe always.

  • 630
    Vicky B says:

    To me, Home is wherever and whenver my family gets together. Great release and thanks for the chance to win!

  • 631
    Jennifer L. says:

    Home means being with my family. It means a place to relax, have fun, enjoy a meal and feel warm and cozy.

  • 632
    Robbin Clements says:

    Home to me means the place where my children and grandchildren and myself are all together. It’s not so much the actual physical place…it’s about the feeling I get when we’re all together. It’s the most wonderful, “my heart is full” feeling!!

  • 633

    Home is wherever my family is. I can go home to visit my parents. But I have also built a new home with my husband and children. Whichever home I am in, I feel happy, safe and loved.

  • 634
    Rieca says:

    Home is where your heart is. It is not always the place you physically live; but where you and heart return to for love and comfort.
    R

  • 635
    Lisa J says:

    Home means a sense of belonging and closeness shared with my family. Knowing this group of people understand me are like me in so many ways gives me comfort.

  • 636
    Amber says:

    Home is calm. Home is comfort. Home is happiness.

  • 637
    Marjorie Henseler says:

    Home is the sanctuary my husband and I have built together. It’s the place we most like to be, where we feel happy and comfortable and relaxed.

  • 638

    When it is 20 degrees out side in the south, Home is where I feel comfortable and warm! That is what home means to me!!

  • 639
    Amy M says:

    H – hearts galore
    O – Open arms full of hugs
    M – Memories of many things
    E – Everyone welcome

  • 640
    Lisa says:

    Home is the place I call my own.

  • 641
    Carol J. says:

    Home means family, a place of safety, love, warmth, and good food.

  • 642
    TrinaR says:

    Home is the family being home for Christmas, after their return from living overseas for many years, with the addition of a little granddaughter. Bliss. Cannot wish for more than that. And thank you for the opportunity of winning such a wonderful package this month.

  • 643

    Home is where my girl is. Where I feel comfortable and loved and accepted.

  • 644
    Sue D says:

    Home to me is simply where my family is.

  • 645
    Lorelei says:

    Home to me is where my family is.

  • 646

    Home is the place where you are always welcome. Where people always greet you with love and understanding. Where the worries of the day magically can’t enter. Home is where you always smell your favorite comfort foods, where the cushions of the couch have been conditioned to your form for ultimate coziness, and where conversation can be done in quiet looks.

  • 647
    Tonya Dirk says:

    Home to me is warmth, comfort, laughter, snuggles, kisses, hugs, happy times, all provided by my family…it really can be any place. Home to me isn’t a location it’s a feeling.

  • 648
    Robin W says:

    After 8 1/2 years in the military, and 7 moves, I’ve learned that home can be anywhere! Most of all, home is more than a place, it’s a feeling of warmth and love when you walk in the door.

  • 649
    Tammy says:

    To me “home” means love, comfort, and safety. Any place I am that my family is with me. Being military, we move frequently but we always seem to make a “home” wherever we are.

  • 650
    Lyn says:

    “Home” is a place of safety and comfort – a place to relax and be myself and unwind. It is a place to welcome family and friends to come in, sit down, and enjoy each others company. Home means family and pets who welcome me with wagging tails after a long day at work.

  • 651
    betty lou says:

    Home is where my family gathers, comfortable and safe, full of love and laughter, photos and prayers.

  • 652

    “Home” is where my family is…there is no “home” without them…”Home” is where we can just be, no one to judge, make fun of us, just be. 🙂

  • 653
    Amber says:

    A house is a building. Home is a feeling. Feeling of warmth, happiness…and feeling that you can take a breath and everything is alright.

  • 654
    Michelle in MI says:

    Home is my two cats, a hot cup of coffee and being able to create things!

  • 655
    Hollie Christiancy says:

    Home is where my family is.

  • 656
    Keva Brown says:

    Home is truly a place in your own heart and mind. It’s not represented by a place, but by the warmth you feel. It can be, physically, so many different places…but it’s always where YOU are. Um, you meaning the person, not you Nichole…lol

  • 657

    Home is a place where I am surrounded by love ones and can be myself! It is a place to go after a crazy day at work and curl up with a good book and relax. It is a place where I can create beauty and peace!

  • 658
    Kathy M says:

    Home is where everything else melts away, except love and family. It’s the one place on earth I am truly me.

  • 659
    Brenda Chilcott says:

    Home is where I can be ME.

  • 660
    Steph says:

    Home to me is all about family. It is NYC, which I love, it is family and it is our cat 🙂 I have always felt that our house was a warm, amazing place for all who come here!

  • 661

    For a long time – even after I had moved away, finished college and grad school, lived in several apartments on my own – “home” meant the house I had lived in, in my hometown in Ohio, from the time I was 2 until I was 20. And while my hometown still (and always will) has a special place in my heart, that has changed… now that I have a husband and two wonderful sons, home is where THEY are, right here in our cozy house in Pennsylvania. 🙂 It occurs to me that THIS house will probably be for my boys what my old Ohio homestead was for me.

  • 662
    Deb Else says:

    Home is where ever my family is, where I can be myself and enjoy all that I have been given.

  • 663
    christine says:

    FAMILY and the happiness it makes us all feel to be in our HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 664
    amber says:

    Home is where the Marine Crops sends us! =)

  • 665
    Marge (mer) says:

    It means LOVE to me because I am very loved by a husband I’ve now spent over 32 wonderful years loving. We don’t have wealth, but we are fortunate to have health and he’s always provided a wonderful home for me and our now-grown children — HOME means LOVE which means EVERYTHING!!!

  • 666
    wendy says:

    Home to me means where ever our family is.

  • 667
    Sandy says:

    Home means where my family is. It is the place I feel safe, loved, relaxed and happy. Home is the most important place in my life.

  • 668
    Robin says:

    Home is all about the people who are in it. While we have moved around since I was a child, home to me is about being with those I love. This definitely includes both the people and our feline friend!

  • 669
    Cibele says:

    Home is where my little girl is! She is my heart and my life!

  • 670
    laurent says:

    Home is where you want to come back to at the end of the day.

  • 671
    anne says:

    Home is where my heart is and my heart is my family.

  • 672
    Lynda C says:

    Home is where ever I find the love of family, the laughter of friends and the peace and grace of God.

  • 673
    Kendall B says:

    Home means JOY for me. I am safe, warm and loved. At the same time I am able to reciprocate and (hopefully) provide the same feelings of acceptance and love to those closest to me. I am both blessed and loved. Indeed, life is Good.

  • 674
    jackie M. - Oregon says:

    A place of sanctuary, peace, love and tranquility. It is a place of all things good. Over the years, the meaning of home has changed, but it has always been a place where my heart just feels good.

  • 675
    Sue Pardue says:

    Home is wherever my family is. My husband’s in the Army so we move around a lot. We’ve had many homes over the years but each one is what we, as a family, make of it. Our belongings move with us and it’s nice to have all of those familiar things, but home really just comes down to myself, my husband, and our two boys. We could live anywhere and be very happy. 🙂

  • 676
    Angela P. says:

    For me, “home” is where I can kick back, relax and just “be”.

  • 677
    bonnierose says:

    Home means where I am loved and valued… for the person I am…always.

  • 678
    Marty B. says:

    Home is where your heart is~creating a place of love, enjoying moments, making memories & sharing that with others.

  • 679
    Debbie says:

    Home is where memories are made. When my son was three years old, he had his idea of home. We had just moved into a new house and he was having difficulty sleeping at night. I tried to comfort him by reminding him that everything in his room was his from our old house. His response was, “Yeah, but these aren’t my walls.” I couldn’t argue with that!

  • 680
    Kelly says:

    Home is where my family is!

  • 681
    Carrie says:

    Home is where you can let go, be yourself, and have a shoulder to lean on.

  • 682
    sofia says:

    Home to me is anywhere my family is! This is what makes me happy and is unique to me…. that’s where my heart is , therefore my “home”!!!!

  • 683
    Janie C says:

    Home means a place where my family and I feel most comfortable and know it is our “place”.

  • 684
    Donette B says:

    Home is family, safety, security and laughter.

  • 685
    Jan in Tucson says:

    Home is EVERYTHING wonderful!

  • 686
    KathyFL says:

    Home means the love of family no matter where and when. Some are near, some are far and some have a reserved place in my heart. Home is Family….

  • 687
    Robyn, So CA, USA says:

    Home means where your welcomed with open hearts love abounds with a sense of safety.

  • 688
    Robyn W says:

    Home is wherever my family is.

  • 689
    Cheryl SD says:

    Home is where my family is, be it at my home or my daughter’s home. It is a place where I can be myself and love and acceptance surrounds all of us. It is also a place where I stamp and craft.

  • 690
    Mary B says:

    Home is where my husband, kids and I live, no matter where that might be. It took me a while to accept this, since we are currently living (and have for the past 11 years) in an area of the country where I do not really want to be living. Someday, hopefully, we’ll move back “home”, which means further south, away from all this blasted snow and ice!!!

  • 691
    Linda says:

    Home is a place of comfort, warmth and safety. When it gets right down to it, the size and shape don’t really matter as long as you find those three things and hopefully having family with you helps bring you those feelings.

  • 692

    Home is that comfortable loving place where we share our life with family and friends.

  • 693
    Robbie Baker says:

    Home means complete contentment.

  • 694
    pammylou77 says:

    On this cold and frigid night, I am reminded that my home is a blessing. I am grateful that God has provided me with this warm, wonderful place to gather with friends and family during the holidays and all year long. I pray for those that are less fortunate – those that do not have a place to call home.
    God Bless and Merry Christmas to all.

  • 695
    Kathleen A says:

    Home is where you are surrounded by family and friends, and there is love all around, even when no one says it.

  • 696
    Kelly in Canada says:

    Home is wehere I am safe, happy, comfortable and loved. I am not a big traveller so home is the house I share with my husband and two sons. I am at peace here.

  • 697

    For me, home is a lot of things. Home is being in my husband’s arms. It’s driving into my home town where my husband and I grew up. It’s hearing my nieces and nephews laugh. It’s talking and laughing with good friends. And it’s the smell of baking cookies. Thanks so much for such quality products and for the chance to win them! Happy Holidays!

  • 698
    LeAnn says:

    Home to me is that happy place where my family gathers each and every day.

  • 699
    MaryBB says:

    Home is wherever my husband and children are. I’m happiest when with them.

  • 700
    Kelly B says:

    Home is where my husband and fur babies are! We moved to a new state, and in just a few months, it feels like home.

  • 701
    roula says:

    Home is where my heart is at ease!!! Where I feel free and can express myself… where I can be weak…. where I can be strong…. where I can cry…. where I can laugh!!!

  • 702
    Joan E. says:

    Home is the most comfortable place for me and my family. It is the place where all the stress of life is left at the door. It is a place where my husband, children, and dogs all live.

  • 703
    Lesley says:

    Home means my family…wherever that may be.

  • 704
    Mary Eason says:

    Home is wherever your family is.

  • 705

    Home is where I can be safe, be myself, and relax. Family is also part of my home.

  • 706
    paula e says:

    when i think of home, it’s much more than the physical house where i live – home is where i am with my family … yes, home is where the heart is!

  • 707
    Leah C. says:

    Home means a safe place, being surrounded by the ones I love most and a place to grow, laugh and experience all that life gives.

  • 708
    Monica K. says:

    What a wonderful question to ask! Home to me is wherever I find love. I have several “homes”. One is the home I grew up in where my mom still lives. She still hangs all of our stockings each Christmas even though we are all grown up. It will always be home. Home is also the new home I’ve created with my husband for the past two years. We are starting to recreate the traditions we both grew up with. These traditions and love are what make a house a home! Home truly is where the heart is.

  • 709
    Joyce Mehrberg says:

    Home is where I can be me, and be with my loved ones.

  • 710
    Amber says:

    During the holidays, home is a place to honor old traditions and create new ones with family and friends.

  • 711
    Clouds says:

    Home to me means anywhere me and my husband live, we are home 🙂

    Thanks,
    C 🙂

  • 712
    Kerry A says:

    Home for me is my husband and my boys, my childhood home, and times together with family. Home for me is the Pacific Northwest.

  • 713
    Joyce says:

    Home is where the most important people are to me….my family. Where we are are loved unconditionally. A safe and warm place to be no matter what.

  • 714
    Deanne R says:

    Home is where my cats are waiting for me to get home from work on a cold night as I rush in to join the PTI party. Can’t wait for my next order to arrive to my HOME!

  • 715
    Sunny Penn says:

    For me… home is where my parents, family and friends are. After living abroad for 8 years, I learned that.

  • 716
    Penny H says:

    Home is where my family and friends are. Safe and secure.

  • 717
    Ree says:

    Home is where my family is.

  • 718
    Helena Vanderwal says:

    Home is where my family is. Anywhere can be home as long as the right people are there.

  • 719
    Peggy Sue says:

    Home is a place where you can always go , feel safe , happy and loved. As told in the Wizzard of Oz, there is no place like home.

  • 720
    Kim FAucher says:

    A place of warmth, love and comfort. Where I am surrounded by familiarity and peace.

  • 721
    Danielle DeLong says:

    As a military wife, my house changes often, but “home” never will. Home will always be my husband, and our children.

  • 722

    “Home” is where I feel the most comfortable. 🙂

  • 723

    To me home is the place where I can put my “comfy” stretchy pants on and rock a pony tale and glasses and no one will judge me 🙂

  • 724
    Barbara says:

    Home is my happy place. It’s where I want to be.

  • 725
    Jamie Gracz says:

    Home is where my husband and daughters are!! Love this month’s release! Great job everyone!

  • 726
    Annie says:

    Home is where I find happness and security. That would be where my two babies and my hubby is. 🙂

  • 727
    Jean says:

    Home is where you are always welcome and can always be yourself.

  • 728
    MarieL says:

    Home means being surrounded by my family. We are not a big family but there are still 4 generations. Since we have had the grandchildren it has become even better. To live through the eyes of small children just warms your heart and home.

  • 729
    Melanie L. says:

    Home is wherever my daughter is 🙂

  • 730
    Maeghan M says:

    Home is wherever I can find family, friends, and really good food.

  • 731
    Janet says:

    We just recently bought a home in La Quinta, CA, but. “home” will always be where my kids live–St. Louis, MO! Ww plan to keep a second home in St. Louis when we retire and move to the desert.

  • 732
    kristyn says:

    Home means a place we can come back to anytime and be loved and be ourselves with no pretences.

  • 733
    GinnaG says:

    Home is a safe nest to raise my baby chicks and
    where my husband is. A safe place where we all can be just what we really are. Be ourselves…our family home.

  • 734
    Deborah B. says:

    Home means getting in my pjs, drinking coffee and sitting in the family room with my family watching a funny movie. I just love it!