If I want my home to be a place of connection, I’ll ask genuine questions and get to know the people in my home. If I want my home to be a safe place to make a mistake, I’ll lower my standards for myself first, be forgiving of my own mistakes, laugh at myself–and allow others to see that. If I want my home to be comfortable, I’ll first stop apologizing and focus on others instead of myself. If I want my home to be a place of rest, I’ll consider my attitude and the tone I set when I am home.
Champaign, Urbana, San Diego, San Clemente, Camp Pendleton, Chicago, Venice, LA, Santa Monica, Laguna Beach, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, Winfield, New York, Oakbrook, Oak Park....No matter where we are or end up, home is whenever I am with you... I need this for my HOME.