Author Andrea Boeshaar & Threads of Hope & Home — 6 Comments

  1. Home isn’t a place for me, home is people. I’m happiest and feel most at home when I’m with my husband and other family and friends, no matter where we are. I don’t do well in isolation. 😉

  2. I’m so glad you were able to put that behind you, Caron. I have a best friend husband too. We are blessed!

  3. I have been without a place to call home & I never want to go there again. About 16 yrs ago I had a very short time when I thought I knew what was best for me, not Jesus, so I ignored Him as best I could for a few months. I ended up moving into a girlfriends downstairs bedroom, it wasn’t a good situation. We partied & I wasn’t acting like a parent should or better yet as a Christian woman should. Thankfully, I met my husband 15 yrs ago, he’s my best friend. I have a home now & it’s very important to me, the library, etc. I love to curl up on the couch & read. My kids are all grown up, but wherever my husband is, my 11.5 yr old Lab is or my kids are, that’s home. And I take Jesus with me, every place I go. Because He’s what makes our house a home.

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