There’s a family we all know well, they're called the Jones’. Now the Jones’ seem to have it all: money, prestige and a big basement where the kids can gather and play. They have lots of stuff and they’re the envy of the neighborhood. Perception isn’t always reality. It’s not the stuff that makes a house a home but the love. Mother Teresa said, “Love begins at home and it is not how much we do, but how much love we put in that action.” Hi, this is Sheree Meyer. The perfect home for me is a safe place to go, a place where I am accepted for my unique and sometimes silly personality, a place where love is felt and individuality respected. I overheard my daughter in law teach my daughter, who was complaining about the stuff we didn’t have, a valuable lesson. She said, “Focus on what you have and not on what you don’t have, then you’ll find that you actually have the perfect place for your friends to hang out.” Of course stuff is good, but love is so much better. Strengthen your family one moment at a time beginning today.