SoCS: I’m Fine.

I’m fine. That’s what women say when they are not fine but don’t want to get into the details of not being fine. It means I’m good enough so STFU.

I’m fine that no one comes to my Game Night.  That’s just fine with me because not one of the persons I invited are anything like me. There really isn’t one that I’ve thought I’d really like to be friends with.

I wrote to an old friend who lives a few hours away and begged her to visit me. She is one of those women who doesn’t have many women friends because they’re just ……  just what? I’m stuck for a word but I bet a lot of you out there already know exactly what I mean; just not like that.

Not drinking alcohol seems to be a barrier but it never was anywhere else I lived. It just seems to be this in area I’ve met people who equate fun with drunk. If you don’t get drunk, you are no fun.

I’m fine with that. I’m totally fine with mySelf.

See? I’m FINE.

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https://lindaghill.com/2018/03/02/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-march-3-18/

4 thoughts on “SoCS: I’m Fine.

  1. If you don’t have anything in common with the people you invited it’s just as well. I know about the alcohol thing. My husband won’t be around people who are drunk, partly because they remind him of his alcoholic father. I can tolerate a little tipsiness. Our social activities are focused on other things and common interests. The key is finding people who can have fun without alcohol or who don’t mind you not drinking. They’re out there somewhere. I hope you find them.

  2. I’m sure there’s like minded people around. You just need to figure out how to find them. Don’t compromise just for the sake of company…you sound like you’re perfect company for yourself:)

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