Alone Time?

Those two words, used in that combination, are foreign, to me at least.  Sara posted today on WSJ’s The Juggle about this very concept.  In my world this does not exist.  There is always someone or something that needs tending to in some form or another.  I remember “back in the day” when I was single and in my 20’s, living alone in NYC, I longed for the days when I would have a family, dog, house, etc.  I guess you always think the grass is always greener.  I am grateful for what I have, I really am.  Some alone time would be nice though.  I would even take an uninterupted 20 minutes.  That’s all. 


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