Blog 5 My Place :D

When I think of my bedroom, I realize why some people are irritable about who goes in their room or who has been touching things in their home, it is because those things are important to them and may have some meaning. Places like bedroom are very private to some people, its a places where we can relax and be comfortable and I think that is why it is important to people, because we can be ourselves and feel comfortable, we can also just sit down and rest our bones and relax. Another important reason is we can go there when we want privacy; we can just shut our door, maybe even lock it, and tell everyone in our household not to bother us. Also our rooms hold most of our personal belongings and those things are important to us and we do not want anyone else touching them or in some cases go near them.

When we are tired or not feeling the best we can go to our room, shut our door, and lie down and relax. Maybe even turn on some music or read a book or magazine. My bedroom has enough light. There I can stay for hours because there I feel secure, happy, and free. My bedroom represents me, the decorations show the things that I like. I decorated it with flowers, plants, chairs, pictures, etc. My bed is where I like to retreat to when I want to relax. I have a queen size bed with many pillows, and it has four windows where I can see the garden in the back yard. A lot of times I just lie down and close my eyes and daydream about places I’d like to see or think about things that makes me happy.

Moss rose in garden

The reason my bedroom is so important to me is because my room holds all of my personal belongings, which are very important to me. Also my room is a comfortable place to study and or just to relax.

I can also have privacy whenever I want it by resorting to my room, this may be hard for some people if they have to share a room. Whenever my mom is nagging at me or when I’m stressed out with school or work, I like to go into my room and just be myself. All my belongings in my room surround me and make me realize everything is going to be all right. It gives me a sense of security.

The way my room is set up makes it kind of cluttered, but that is the way I like it and I don’t care what anyone says. As you first come into my room, to the right is my dresser. My dresser is full of things like perfume, jewelry, hair ties, my alarm clock and just a bunch of junk, mostly things that come out of my pockets at the end of the day. The dresser itself is cream white with six drawers, sets of three side by side. Next to my bed which is in the middle of the room is my entertainment center which holds my stereo and pictures and just odds and ends. Everything is worth keeping.

I believe that other people feel the same way about their rooms and homes; it gives people a sense of security in a way that you can control what goes in your room and who goes in your room. It sort of gives people power which may mean a lot to some people. My room holds almost all of my personal belongings, which I think almost everybody’s rooms do. I am sort of protective of the things in my room because a lot of my belongings have sentimental value. My hope chest is filled with things I will need in the future like towels, cooking utensils, blankets, old picture frames and other little things, these things mean a lot to me because a lot of these objects belonged to my late grandmother and I am honored to own them. I treasure all my belongings and do not like other people to move or to borrow without asking and I think that a lot of people feel the same way. When someone touches our things we tend to get upset and I think in a way we are sort of honoring our possessions. My favorite place is a place where I can feel comfortable and happy. Because my bedroom has all these characteristics, I can call it my favorite place to relax and be myself.

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