Tuesday, October 16, 2007

a quick question

Marty and I have been talking about how sometimes we just do not want to leave our houses. How sometimes we do want other people to ask us to do anything and we just want to run from the world. Are we alone here?

13 comments:

glensfork4 said...

Nope, you are not alone AT ALL!!!

Michele

deshelestraci said...

I couldn't answer the poll since I never feel that extreme in either direction.  I personally like going places but I also like it at home.  When I'm sad or depressed I need people.  
Traci

magran42 said...

You are not alone.  I think it's the fast paced life we live. I can remember when my first three kids were little....I would stay at home for as much as 2 weeks at a time without leaving.  We had no phone some of the time and some of the time we had no tv.  It was a slow paced life!

ukgal36 said...

I can be a real hermit..I don't even answer the phone..I hide if people come to the door too...not all the time just sometimes...
Lyn

 
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julydarby said...

I can totally coccoon for days. I love weekends because I don't have to go anywhere...
I always thought it meant there was some anti-social aspect to my character. But I also really like being at home...
I think you're normal... as normal as me anyways...
*hugs*
heather
(online from home two nights in a row!)

lisa41076 said...

Kelli, I am a total hermit, lol.You are not alone hon, Hugs Lisa

plieck30 said...

I like little short treks but like to be in my own bed at night. Paula

louiseb411 said...

I could become a recluse if I tried hard enough! Louise x

lattedah711 said...

Lately it's an everyday feeling!  ;)
http://journals.aol.com/lattedah711/lattedah/    Tracy

lurkynat said...

naaaaaaaaaaaa! you rule!
hugs,nat

gehi6 said...

Your house is the best place to retreat from the world.  I think I have been in retreat half my life.  People did not just drop in.  Somehow they knew that I would have to meet them somewhere away from my retreat.  My kids did not bring kids over because the couch was too old or something, but I think it was really their strong feeling it was a retreat and its sanctity couldn't be violated.   Gerry

nay0114 said...

Sometimes I don't care if I ever leave the house. The older I get the worse it gets. I actually enjoy my house now, but I think it's more my ALONE time.
Take care, Chrissie

seraphoflove9001 said...

Nope! You're not alone! I get that way too. Even before all the illnesses.
Lisa