I think that if you've not done something for 22 years, then thinking about doing it can be a very scary experience. Particularly if there are some (for want of a better word) psychological reasons behind it, maybe confidence, self esteem, maybe due to things that you've been told or made to feel during those 22 years.
I would seriously encourage you to try to break this cycle tho Jelly - as with most things, the first few steps will be the hardest and scariest, but the rewards will be worth it. I know that we're generally better at giving advice than taking it, but what would you tell someone to do if they came to you with this problem?
It's very easy to stay within our own comfort zones, but there's a big wide world out there. And as far as I'm concerned you are one of the main characters on wiki - you chat and interact with people here as well as anyone. There's no reason that you can't be like that away from here too. You deserve to be with other people and from what I've heard/seen they would be the ones benefting from your company
sweetie pie you !
Friday was in the car desperate for the loo had to do emergency stop and head for a pub loo.Pub had one soul inside.On the way out i thought its nice in here(haven't been in a pub for 20yrs)then i thought i think it could be nice chatting to people inside here.so i think your words of wisdom are true.not sure how to get from a to b though.
then on saturday was driving back from work around 11pm .drove past the local swingers club which is apparently and alledgedly frequented by the local judiciary.caught sight of a pair of thunder thighs sticking out of the doorway and basque and suspenders attached to a body.then i thought that doesn't look good thats definetly not for me!
Mmm I’m glad of my quiet time now. Noise is not on my choice of things to do and go for hehe. I went to a wedding over the weekend and had partaken in one or two tasteful of beverages there were to be had.
I got talking to a fella at the bar in the hotel bar who had come in with his dog his dog and shouts to the barman, "I'll have a Scotch and water and my dog would like a whiskey sour."
The bartender says, "Sorry mate, we don't allow animals in here."
The dog replies, "Hey, I'm tired of being discriminated against. Just give me a drink."
The bartender says, "Oh, no, not another ventriloquist with the old talking dog trick. Both of you get out of here!"
"No, no, no, this isn't a trick, I promise you," says the man, "I tell you what, I'll go for a walk around the block and you talk to Rover here."
The man leaves and the bartender sees him turn the corner.
"Now, can I have my drink." says the dog.
The bartender is amazed. "Sure you can and it's on the house! Listen, can you do me a favour? My wife works next door at the cafe. It'll make her day if you go in and order a cup of coffee. Here's ten bucks and you can keep the change afterwards."
"Okay." says the dog and he takes the ten dollars and leaves.
Ten minutes go by and the dog doesn't come back. The owner returns and asks where is the dog. So both of them go off to see what happened to the dog.
As they approach the cafe, they see Rover going at it hot and heavy with a French poodle in the alley between the bar and cafe.
The owner shouts, "Rover! What are you doing! You've never done this before!"
The dog shrugged. "Hell, I've never had any money before."