“You mean, there’s an outside world???”

Stepped out the front door
For the second time this year
And it felt all strange…




  1. I hear you on this one! I’m getting better, but last year I only left the house a few times a month and that was with my husband. I still don’t go many places alone. For a long time I wouldn’t even leave the art/computer room. We even ate our meals in there. Yay for getting out but boo because you have to feel that way. 🙂

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    1. Really glad to hear you’re getting better but sorry to hear you’ve been so enclosed in your own home – it’s no fun being stuck indoors all the time… It sounds like you’re making progress which is great to hear…

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    1. Thanks Jewels… Yeah it is nice out the front of my flat – I have a little yard to myself so that’s good to have – should use it a bit more really but need something comfy to sit on out there… I love ‘The Doors’ – for the writing more than anything…

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      1. I hope something comfy to sit on out there comes your way soon, so you can feel less of that strangeness and more of the connectedness that being in the ‘outside world’ can bring.xx
        I agree, the lyrics really make The Doors’ music. Except I like it also for nostalgia sake as well. And I love Jim Morrison, it’s so sad his life was cut short – the world lost out on hearing more of his poetic words…

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    1. Thanks for that, Karla… It was nice, even if it was just into the front yard… I’m pretty much the same as you – I only seem to leave the house for appointments as I’m usually in too much pain to do so otherwise – and my limitations don’t allow for much at all these days – it’s hard not to dread the future when it’s all like this but I’m trying my hardest not to… Thanks a lot for your message, Karla…

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  2. “I wanna make a jigsaw puzzle that’s 40,000 pieces. And when you finish it, it says ‘go outside.'” Demetri Martin

    “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” Anais Nin

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