Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Laughing at Myself

Okay, I re-read the introduction. I still like it a lot.

But it does beg the question:

Does someone who has really learned to let others into her life deliberately set up shop in a city/country/continent where she knows no one? Where she works alone on a laptop all day and thus has no opportunity for meeting a single soul? Where opportunities for human interaction are limited to the cash register at the supermarket and asking for the check at the wi-fi coffee shop?

Just wondering.

Maybe I’ve got a ways to go on the lesson-learning front.

1 comment:

Steve Buccellato said...

er...no comment.

However, whatever you feel the answer is to your question, you definitely should address this within the body of your book!