For those who like to relax and giggle.
Not bad, if a bit too small.
People need to stop publishing pictures of my house. ;) As an individual who likes a lot of solitude, if it weren't for the concerns about weather systems scattering parts of my house in every direction annually, I'd consider island-living. I'll stick with random earthquakes and the panic about when the next major quake *might* occur. :)
@defualt- what you think it's too small? I think it's just the angle of the picture.@miss exception- yea storms would worry me too. As an individual who likes a lot of solitude*chic noir high 5's miss exception*Me too, you know I was starting to feel weird about that but good to know I'm not the only one.
I acquired my love of solitude as a way of getting through all of the time that the mr. was overseas; now it's simply part of who I am, though my friends tell me to get out of the house more and occasionally a couple of them will call me agoraphobic.I'd be more inclined to agree with them if I had 3 or more symptoms consistently for 2 months or longer in the past year.
With an island that small, I'd be afraid that a nice wave would come along and wash it and that house away....a beach would be nice.
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