The “Lonely in a Crowd” ConundrumPosted: March 10, 2015 | |
Between Babykins’s cold and the frigid temperatures last week, I hadn’t been leaving the house much. Consequently, I could count on one hand the people I talked to in a week and a half. I was getting lonely being cooped up in the house with a baby.
(“But wait,” you may say, “Aren’t you an introvert? How can you be lonely?” Actually, it’s fairly easy for introverts to be lonely.)
On Saturday I realized that church was the next morning. I would leave the house! I would see people! And then this happened:
It actually turned out to be a good Sunday for Babykins and me. We stayed in the sanctuary for the whole service and caught the second half of Bible study–something that hasn’t happened since she was a month old.