From Jacqueline Kehoe:
“When I first visited a year ago, I felt an intense sense of home. These streets I had never walked, these smells my nose shouldn’t recognize, this terra incognita — it all seemed strangely familiar and comforting. But how is that possible? I have Norwegian heritage, sure, but generations back. What makes a foreign place feel like home?”
Read more: Why visiting your ancestral home feels so familiar: It’s literally in your bones, at Matador Network, visited Oct. 16, 2019.