Alone Time.



Where ever I live I always have to find a “secret place” to be alone. It may be a deserted beach, some small woodland, a deserted park, a roof garden (sometimes even the roof itself – don’t tell my kids!)

We all need “space” sometimes, lots of it! We need to immerse ourselves in the beauty of nature to wash away the grime and dirt of living. We need silence so we can think straight and get our bearings.

Only once did I live without such a place (in a huge apartment building in Taiwan) I was literally like a caged lioness (I am a Leo) snarling at everyone. Then I heard someone say their were communal laundry lines on the roof. My mind did a double think, ROOF!

After some effort I discovered a door I’d long assumed to be a cupboard with stairs leading two flights beyond where the lift stopped and there I found a wonderful roof garden with trees seats and a fantastic view, ย all totally unused by the occupants – problem solved! I claimed frequent possession and returned to “pussy cat” mode (much to everyone’s relief!)

Do you have a secret place?

10 thoughts on “Alone Time.

    • I highly recommend them, though most of mine were not the kind of places you could work in (though a short visit generally improved my work 100 fold). Thanks for dropping by and responding.I appreciate it.

  1. I have my own room after many years of sharing, and that is great for blogging and writing poetry. I don’t know how I’d survive without it. Also I take walks around our neighborhood. Alone. With only my camera and a notebook. It’s bliss. ๐Ÿ™‚

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