Solitude is the soul’s holiday, an opportunity to stop doing for others and to surprise and delight ourselves instead – Katrina Kenison
Maybe it’s the introvert in me, but there are times I long for solitude.
But what if I choose to create it when I need it and to take it with me into whatever I’m doing and where ever I am.
Today’s definition of solitude at 9.19 am on a Sunday morning:
Solitude = peace, contentment and happily being in my own company
I’m going to choose to take that with me as I go outside to potter in the garden. To potter alone, and be at peace with myself, to be content, and to enjoy being happy with myself, enjoying/luxuriating in my own company.
I’m going outside into my garden – to enjoy solitude; to give my soul a holiday; expectant for opportunities in which I might find surprise and take delight 🙂
[P.S. My time in the garden was great!!]