Lucky probably isn’t the right word but after reading this post, you’ll know what I’m thinking.
It’s funny how . . in real life, most of our friends are like minded. I was never a party girl so most of my friends through life have not been party/social type people. I can remember even when I was way younger and friends wanted me to go out after work – go to a movie, get a drink, go out to dinner . . I mostly always wanted to go home and sew or work in my garden. Not a lot has changed in 50 years! 🙂
Though I’ve never met most of you in person, I feel like we’re kinda all like minded – we enjoy being home, we enjoy our crafting, cooking, working outside, some probably like to go out to eat more than others.
Yesterday I was reading on Facebook and someone was asking on our local page . . why is this open? Why is that open? Someone’s comment was “You can only clean house and cut the grass for so long!” They were wanting more places to be open.
I laughed and Vince wanted to know what was funny. I read it to him and asked . . how many people do you think have zero hobbies, zero things to keep them busy at home? What do y’all think?
When I think about it, I do have friends who have no hobbies at all AND they don’t cook. Well, I know two people like that and one isn’t really a friend.
Those of us who sew, quilt, knit, garden, paint, cook — whatever hobbies we do — we truly are the lucky ones. Our hands and minds are always occupied. I suppose we all, to some degree, build the life we love. Those people are probably saying . . imagine someone who doesn’t like to socialize or go out to eat! Yep, that would be me! 🙂
I feel very blessed to have the life I have and to love and enjoy doing the things I do.