No Place Like Home

”Home” 🎨 by Dan Victor •⁠ When I lived in San Diego, I tried to make it my home. Traveling⁠ to get home was always tough too. Even though I’m sitting, it takes a lot out of me to move distances. Not sure if our bodies need to adjust to being in a different place.⁠

I gave this one to my grandparents when they were still alive. Because I never felt more at home than when I was with them, at their house. I spent many summers and weekends there. When I lifeguarded, it was the pool by their house. I could walk there in 10 minutes.⁠

The poem –>


Done with charcoal, ink and watercolor on paper. When they passed away, my parents sold their house. It was given back to me. It sat in their place for a long time, so maybe it soaked up some of their essence. I like to think so.⁠

What were your grandparents like?⁠

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Dan is an online personality, musician and visual artist. Host of Mental Chillness. Producer of DVD Concerts. Former editor in-chief of and former producer of Popdust Presents.

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