I wrote It’s About Home: Creating a Place to Cherish, not to help you decorate better, but to help you live more fully in your abode, whatever and wherever that might be. The components I share are things you already have like doors, lamps, pictures, chairs, porches, etc., so these suggestions won’t require you to max out your gold card. Instead, I’d like for us to consider how the physical and spiritual intersect in the home. We will confab about enriching our environment with laughter, reading materials, and family history. We will talk about warmly greeting guests, as well as investigating sounds (train whistle) and smells (popcorn) that make us all feel at home. We’ll consider the importance and joy of waking our home to a new day and preparing her for a rest-filled night–plus much more.