Is a gift.
To your senses
And your soul.
And the people in your life
Who really need you to take advantage of a little solitude.
that it is lovely.
❤ Thank you.
it is good for all of us to do at times )
I think I need more than most 😉
I enjoy your reminders to care for our thoughts as well as our body. Now, I’ve caught up with one of my favorite bloggers and I hope I didn’t become spam. 😀
My brain needs that. (Thanks for all the visits! 😉 )
True. I love my alone time. 🙂
It’s a life saver 😉
Sure is. 🙂
This is so true! We all need times of solitude.
I get quite cranky without it Priceless 😉
LOL! I think we all do.
I need this…and I have come to know when…I need it.
That’s a bonus, knowing it and knowing how to make it happen.
Sounds good to me! I’m almost always alone at work. I consider that ‘me’ time!
I love the peeps I work with, but alone time at work is good too.
I’ve gotten so used to it, I get irritated when someone is in my space. ‘Does not work well with others…grrrr…
I will keep that in my rememberer Marissa 😉
I need a lot of it. I recharge by being alone.
I am happy with my own company, and I get great conversation!
The best conversationalist 😉
so true – lovely way to write about solitude. Funny many people don’t understand when i want to be alone and ask if I am alright – if they only knew the shear joy of being alone and resting in silence.
I experience that all the time Patty. The being questioned part. Resting in silence, I like that.
Love it love it love it!
Thank you Julie!
Can’t live without it Colleen. I am a better wife and mother when I am in silence. Just beautiful.
I’m a more tolerable human being over all when I get that time. 😉
Thank you Lynn!
Sometimes we all need alone time. It’s a great time to reflect and make appropriate adjustments to our lives.
It’s exactly what I need. And for those reasons you state.
Solitude puts petrol in my tank.
Oh I like the way you say this Tric.
I laughed at this last line, about the people in our life who want us to take our solitude. It seems my wife is either wanting to pry me out of solitude or asking me to vanish into it! haha.
Very nice poem. Thank you.
You’re welcome Mark. Your wife, my husband….. 😉
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