• Rida 5 months ago

    Very nice site and love the pictures you have included!

  • Agness of a Tuk Tuk 5 months ago

    This is definitely true. You can call every place where you feel safe and loved a home, Tomáš! Are you still living in Malta?

    • admin 5 months ago

      Hello, Yes I am still living in Malta. Are you coming? 😊

  • Susie @ Mile High Dreamers 4 months ago

    Holy cow, you’ve moved around a lot! I definitely know the feeling on not being quite sure where your home is. I think home is where we make it. It may not be traditional by someone else’s definition, but if it makes you feel fuller in some way, it’s your home. Home IS where your heart belongs!

    Susie | http://milehighdreamers.com

  • Ana De- Jesus 4 months ago

    I literally wrote that in my last post, home really is where the heart is and it is ok to call more than one place home. For me I never found the place where I grew up to be ‘home’ but when I moved to East London a year ago that is when I felt welcomed! Oh and my heritage is Portuguese so its nice that you felt welcomed by them!

  • Soonjoo 4 months ago

    I totally agree with you home is where your heart is and it doesn’t need to be stationed or a building. I also lived in many different countries and places when I was little. For me, home is where we park it and where my loved ones are! It can be anywhere!

  • Joline 4 months ago

    I absolutely agree. I moved around quite a bit too and when I’m getting confused about “home”, I just remind myself it’s wherever my loved ones are.

  • jhilmil 4 months ago

    Home is so truly where your heart is. Indeed how small a house may be, in a village compared to big city with those big buildings and jazzy life, it is futile if our hearts and mind doesn’t resonates that place. Lovely post

  • Akamatra 4 months ago

    Home is where my family is no matter the place. If I am with my hubby and baby I always have a home 🙂

  • Sarmistha Goswami 4 months ago

    Beautifully written post. Home is definitely where the heart is and heart is amidst people you love and who love you back. Thanks for sharing.
    Do drop by my blog as well : http://styleovercoffee.com 🙂

  • Apolline 4 months ago

    What a beautiful view! I totally agree with you that home i where your heart lies.!

  • Aziel Morte 4 months ago

    I love this post, I always love to my home and I really feel safe and blessed with my family.

  • Blair villanueva 4 months ago

    Yay moved a lot, and now it shows how resilient you are. It is a good trait and glad you are enjoying Malta. Live to the fullest.

  • Mayuri Saxena 4 months ago

    Even I have two places which I can call my home – the place where I was born and lived for 25 years and my husband’s home. For me, my home is where I am given respect and I am comfortable. 🙂

  • Charlotte 4 months ago

    You and I had very similar upbringings although at 15 I went to live with my dad and then we very much moved around until I settled with my family to a home of my own!

  • Nayna Kanabar 4 months ago

    To me home should be where you feel comfortable to be your self, you are with people you love and above all you like living there.

  • David Elliott 4 months ago

    As a divorced parent who has to deal with a daughter bounced around I have watched my daughter try to reconcile all of that. I am sure her mother would never allow her to call my place home. but I try to give my daughter the freedom to feel that both places are home.

    • admin 4 months ago

      Hello, I don’t what’s your situation but what I hated most was when my parents were fighting / shouting / etc…I know that sometimes the parents have to but the child is always in the middle of this fight.

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