Wednesday, October 17, 2012


There is no doubt that I am an introvert.  I am a homebody.  
Leland has made me go against this a bit because he likes to be out of the house.  If we stay home for too long in the morning he becomes unbearable.  Until we finally leave the house and he is automatically happier and better behaved.

Along the same lines I go in and out of social phases.  Times when I feel like doing things and making plans.  But then there are times that when being social feels very challenging and energy consuming.

I am in one of those phases right now.  The thought of having to talk to people and meet up with them sounds very draining.  It doesn't help that a couple of people I thought were friends I have decided I in fact do not care for them.

I am usually pretty good at reading people when I first meet them and getting a feel for how they are and how we will click.  This one person I knew I didn't like from the start but for some reason we kept hanging out.  Recently this person has said things that made me officially decide I don't care for them, but now I feel stuck.  Ugh. 

Today Leland is sick and I am actually a tad grateful for it.  It means I can sit in this quiet house while he sleeps most of the day.  He also has been extra cuddly and took a morning nap on me.  I think this means he is going to be a good sick person.  Totally lucked out on that one, I am not so sweet when sick.


  1. I hope L feels better. I think I am an even mix of both! Sometimes I identify with being an introvert, but other times, I am the total opposite.

    1. Thanks, I keep thinking he is better but then he throws up again.

    2. Z had this last week. Feel better L:(

  2. I know just how you feel. Sometimes I just don't want to leave the house because the energy to get showered and dressed and hair and make-up done is just too much. I hope L feels better and I'm sorry about your frenemy. I'd hang out with you if we were in the same place! :)

  3. I can totally relate to this. I'm glad you got to enjoy a quiet day at home, and I hope Leland's feeling better now.