Attack of “The Lonelies”

A quick sketch today on how I feel visualize my loneliness today.  It sucks to be on an island, penned in no less.  I wonder when the next boat is...

A quick sketch today on how I feel visualize my loneliness today. It sucks to be on an island, penned in no less. I wonder when the next boat is…

You never know what anyone is thinking or feeling.  Some times you can make an educated guess, based on their actions, body language, facial expressions and tone of voice. If you are good you can get your actions in sync with theirs and you will build a good rapport with them.  If you suck, you will put your foot in it and ruin the mood.  You can never really tell.

I was having a pretty good day.  I interact with many people every day.  I also have social co-workers.  I had several really good conversations and interactions today.  Nothing to make me feel lonely or sad.  Yet when I got close to home the feeling of loneliness started creeping in.

You never can tell when your brain is going to change gear.  The slightest thing could set it off on a new path.  The way the sun highlights a car on the road.  The shape of a cloud.  People not replying to a query you made.  Getting a reply to your query.  You never can tell.

…     ….

I have things to do today.

I am creating stuff… and feeling lonely, which makes me sad.  I have things to do that are NOT whining about being lonely on my blog.

I am creating art.  Trees and grass and flowers should not let one feel lonely… and yet I still feel lonely.

I know it will pass.  “The Lonelies” always do. I will push through.

I just needed to get it out of my head to make room for trees, grass and flowers.

Later peeps!     (that should read really happy and energetic, FYI)

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