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August 17, 2009

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Lenora Dannelke

Glad to see you used shots from Devon Seafood Grill!
On subject, I've always food that being ravenously hungry helps to ease any awkwardness about dining alone. Having a genuine purpose is always a good thing. :-)


Ellen

Lenora,
Funny - yes, I could see how ravenous hunger could drive one to eat alone...anywhere! Just as long as they serve quickly.

Irene

When I was younger, I always thought that people would question why I was eating alone. No friends? I actually have an anecdote like that in my book!

I'm glad I'm older than then!

Ellen

Irene,

I felt the same way when I was younger. When my mother and I went shopping and ate lunch at food courts, I would feel sorry for women I saw eating alone.
And when I first started working and saw people take their lunch hour in the park and eat alone I felt the same way.
I supposed some young women view me like that now. The difference is, I don't feel lonely and I know I'm not friendless.
When I have that time to myself, I feel peaceful and relaxed. So it doesn't really matter what they think!

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