...but sometimes I get so sick of working at home. Or even if I'm working elsewhere and everything requires working in silence at a computer in a cubicle, it can also make me batty or stir-crazy. But I also don't like work that requires constant human interaction. I'm not totally extroverted, but I'm not totally introverted either. So I don't know what to do.
Yes, this is more of a personal post, but hey, I have to do some language-related venting at times :)
Oh! I just went to some other place you reside here in CyberSpace...and wasn't able to log in and now I somehow managed to find my way back to this place, which I recognised....and where I am able to log in. Good! :-D
Anyway, MJ, I can totally totally totally relate to your post. It's a strange universe; the universe comprised of language.......while it's a fun one to travel in, it can be a wee bit lonely at times...
It's not even a lonely thing, it's just solitary--being silent all day is quite difficult :D
btw--like I said elsewhere, if you don't have an LJ account, you don't have to log in, you just post anonymously.
Yeah, I guess solitary is a better choice of word in that context [the non-native speaker thing is quite obvious; sorry :-)].
Cheers for the LJ tip.
No prob--I've said elsewhere that working at home can be lonely too. Right now, I'd love to chat with coworkers...if I had some :D
And your English is awesome btw.
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