What is it that grounds us in a new home? Is it our feet on the ground, physically through the new doorway, keys in hand? Is it the first story that we tell about it? The first memory we make?These are the questions I seek to answer in my column today over at The Equals Project, ominously titled “Don’t unpack the coffee-maker yet.” It chronicles the process of making a new space a home, complete with getting locked out on my and Elijah’s first night of living here.
Home begins with light, with a story and a memory. More here.