The more experiences I have the more I believe that home is not a place but a state of being. I find it in the simple moments. I feel at home when I see my children sleeping or laughing. I found "home" in Mexico when I saw a flower bursting through the concrete sidewalk. I was fortunate enough to travel when I was younger and I discovered that I could be "home" anywhere. My current physical home is in Lancaster Pennsylvania USA and is a wonderful combination of rural Amish farms and more contemporary Urban amenities. It is settled within a few hours drive of Washington D.C., New York City and Philadelphia. Summer sees a flux of tourists from all over the globe. I have found that tourists and children both have a wonderful gift - the capacity to see things "fresh" and having them both in my life keeps my eyes open to the wonders around me.