Project H: “Home is where the – wait, what?”
This might not be what you would expect of a fellow homebound individual, but I love how she describes her life.
Sorry for the shaky panorama, but my room is where I spend the most time at home.
Home. It’s kind of a loaded word for me. Of course, I have a physical home in the United States – Virginia specifically, although I’m originally from Ohio – but sometimes it doesn’t feel like home. For me, home is a place where I can be myself and I have a support system. I feel most at home either at school or when I’m reading. I’ll start with what school means to me.
School has always been the one place where I am on a level playing field with my peers. I’m not much for extracurricular activities because I have cerebral palsy, which basically means I can’t walk by myself. The exceptions to this are high school marching band – I was a percussionist – and my fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega.
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