My Home. This Is A Descriptive Essay On Something Or Somewhere You Feel Comfartable Being In

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I believe home is where you find peace, tranquility, joy, and most importantly were you feel safe. My home is a small place. It consists of four different rooms. I can start of by describing my kitchen. For a kitchen, it is small. It has two windows but the sun doesn't really shine through them. The stove and refrigerator are right next to each other along with the sink. I could only fit a small table of four chairs, but only use two. The other two chairs are against the wall. I have no curtains just some mini-blinds. On the ceiling there is a fan, which of course is pretty big. I like the fan because it helps keep the kitchen cool during those hot and humid summer days.

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Whenever I feel lonely, sad or even scared, my bedroom is where I seek comfort. I feel safe and unharmed from problems when I'm there.

The last room of my home is of course the bathroom. It has crème and gold colors and the size is nice. The bathroom set is specially made for this bathroom. It is a gorgeous burgundy with floral laces hanging around each particular peace of fabric. I have small dolls on the sink that perfectly match the colors of the fabrics. I love the bathroom set, it was made by my boyfriend, which lives with me along with our pet dog, Rocky.

My boyfriends name is Tom. Tom is 6 feet 1 inch tall and a very good looking man. He has dark hair and brown eyes. He has a thin face and great looking skin. He is a very athletic man and is into Boxing as a sport. He won the New England Golden Gloves Championship twice in a row, last year and the year before. Tom is my companion and the love of my life. He is one of the smartest and talented person I have ever met. With him around, I feel like I can conquer anything in life. He has helped me a lot with difficult situations. Tom has cheered me up...

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