When we enter the city or town we live in, there is something that identifies it as home for us. It could be the excitement of city life, the skyline, the buildings and monuments, the remoteness, the quiet, the air. Whatever we first notice is often a clue to how we feel about where we live. Is it a good feeling or one of feeling closed in? One place may be wonderful for one person and not work well at all for another. It may seem as though we have no choice where to live, often because of work, but going home and feeling connected to where we live is important for our well-being.

For me, the call of the Wawa goose tells me I’m home.