There's just something so right about gathering together around the dinner table during the holiday season. It's truly a time for slowing down, helping out and talking face to face and there's no better place to do that than at home. That's why 'home for the holidays' is so popular, right? But what if your home was neither structurally sound nor secure and it was getting too expensive to live there? That was the situation for Julie Rathe and her son, Marshall, last year. But things are going to be very different this holiday season.