For some, it’s a place. For others, it’s a person or group of people. It’s that pattern on the rug in your parents’ living room, the old wallpaper in the kitchen, or the junk drawer where misplaced items found residency. The song you played to escape for a little while, or the bad family photos that that hung over top of the couch. That cluster of freckles on your best friend’s shoulders and the conversations that you don’t think about often but could never forget. Moments of indescribable joy. Times of isolating hardship. We explored and celebrated those differences in Issue Two of the magazine.