Life in solitary — 4 Comments

  1. Aww Ian, I’m not so sure. I love my solitude but I also crave company. I sent my son to a high school where he knew no-one at 12 years of age and it took a little time but he did make friends and it was important to him to do so. First year was tough for him. Second year non committal but in third he found his niche. But you have to mind the ‘mum’s they feel these things. We want our boys to connect. I didn’t care much for uni life either for different reasons but now I wish I had made more of an effort.

  2. Ian, you have to get away sometimes, I too enjoy getting away on my own, especially after having to deal with some of the type of customers we have nowadays ( want, want, want compensation or we’ll sue grab, grab, grab.) and the reason? most of them living beyond their means. Phew ‘it’s good to get away’ !!!!

  3. My ideal day is for an empty house, a good book and some nice bread and cheese in the fridge so I don’t have to interrupt the reading for cooking. It’s sometimes good not to talk. Maybe it’s a family thing enjoying solitude.

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