Intersecting the Care of your Home

Welp, since this is the first time I’m posting on here, I’ll┬ástart out by saying hello. I’m Freddy, and I’m Rocky Mountain born and bred, in love with the great state of Colorado. My life has Intersected with so many other people, and I’m very grateful to have a great family and a great set of friends in tow with me to share experiences with. I’ve been around the globe, and one thing I’ve seen through my intersections is the great deal that people care for their homes. What am I talking about? I’m talking about the care that they show inside and outside their homes. No matter what country you live in, you have a certain way of cleaning, cooking, showing love for your family and friends inside your home.

The method in which we clean our homes differs according to the region and the country you live in, or whether you have carpet, hardwood floors, live in a stucco home, live in a trailer, etc. Heck, I’ve been in New Zealand and inside some teepees that are people’s homes. The theme has always been the same, they have a way of making sure that they live in a comfortable place where they can be at peace.

tepee in the snow of arctic night background
This is a teepee. Nobody lives in this one, but I’ve seen Teepees where people actually live!

My family’s home is consistently cleaned by a cleaning service, which is much different than one could to in a teepee in New Zealand. I’m sure someone would love to care for a teepee on a daily basis, but that’s past the point.

The point I’m trying to make is that it’s been a very enjoyable experience to be inside of so many different homes, and the theme of love that is shown to everyone’s own abode.

I look forward to discussing more about how people care for their home, and the different things that I’ve seen in my travels.

More soon!