Aw! Man! You deleted half your bio. (Okay - You don't need to say it).
[Any you probably want to know why I looked it up... Again... Well - I like your sense of humour and I was looking to see why I hadn't spotted your posts before. And the reason, you've only been a member 3 months and only have 50 posts so far]
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"You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want." --Zig Ziglar
Colin Angus Mackay wrote: Aw! Man! You deleted half your bio. (Okay - You don't need to say it).
Yeah, my parents didn't like me broadcasting all that info on the web.
Colin Angus Mackay wrote: [Any you probably want to know why I looked it up... Again... Well - I like your sense of humour and I was looking to see why I hadn't spotted your posts before. And the reason, you've only been a member 3 months and only have 50 posts so far]
Well, if you like my sense of humor... I'll try to write another good bio just for you.
I voted poor even if I am married. After all,
my wife and I, together, put in 13 days of work per week (out of a possibility of 14)
Not to say that we work together. We don't. Still, we tend to get as much quality time together as poossible. But since I work a lot, I get pretty tired pretty often, so, even if I am with
my wife, the quality time is not so great - we tend to do some of the simpler, passive activities, like watching movies and all that.
Then there are activities with others. My life is full enough with work + wife so that I usually don't run after others, but my wife does and wants me around. We don't get enough time to see others.
Then my dog wants us to walk with it, but I am always so tired, I hardly ever do it.
I'd be interested to know what criteria people measure their social life by.
I spend more time during work hours chatting to people on MSN than co-workers. 3-4 weekends may go by in a row without meeting up with a single friend.
However, I am very happily married. Brend and I were friends before we were lovers, and have known each other since teenagers. Our relationship is based upon friendship and respect for each others opinions in conversation. For that reason we don't miss other company In fact, weekends are generally spent trying to get away from other people - hiking, camping, etc.
So yes, the number of people in my social life may be "sparse", but I'm extremely satisfied with the company. I feel no lack. Thus, I voted that I have an excellent social life.
I am interested to hear what others think about this. Do I have my measurement of social happiness all wrong in your opinion?
Look at the world about you and trust to your own convictions. - Ansel Adams