posted on Apr, 9 2017 @ 08:12 AM
a reply to: chelsdh
I would love to be your digital friend
I have formed connections here and some are very very deep. They ebb and flow but, we always seem to come back.
We are the same in a lot of ways and different in so many others but, isn't that part of the beauty of individuality? I'm not close with my family
anymore and I've gone through a 'rough' patch since the first of the year. I have a few friends that I am very tight with and can talk about anything
but, the rest of my social group has found themselves wading through my struggles and haven't decided where (if anywhere) they fit in my life again, I
am patient...I'll be here when they're ready/or they figure it out.
My youngest daughter is 16 and has spoken with her student advisor regarding her junior year schedule. She will be graduating early (Dec 2018) and I
am looking forward to our new chapters and new adventures.
Perhaps in your area you could locate other parents who may enjoy cooking and such and spend some time together during the day? I don't know where you
live but, here, Spring has sprung and there's the parks and our local library has daily events be it music or readings or what have you.
Maybe google local 'groups' of some sort?
Just throwing some ideas out there.
From what I've read of you around the board, I don't imagine you will have difficulty finding folks to hang out with or converse with regularly so
good luck to you. I'm only ever a PM away if you want to chat.