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I would be in great need of socialization. I work from home because I refuse to deal with the public anymore. My outings are few, limited to shopping trips, therapy and the laundromat. That's pretty much it and I have nothing to do most days but work because I no longer have the funds. I haven't even took the kid to a fast food place since summer started because of a lack of funds.

We haven't even been to the free parks in the area because of gas prices. As I write this the cheapest listing  for gas I can see is $3.07. Paying by text will make that $3.04 a gallon. We currently only have therapy but that's enough with the income in the summer going down. I plan to start putting some money aside when school starts so I can go socialize during school and take the baby to socialize after school or rather on weekends when work and homework permit.

That's a lot of money for gas, but I am determined to socialize more. I feel as if the walls are closing in on me and days run together. I need to take my socialization away from social media if my daughter is ever going to learn to socialize. Actually she craves socialization which is both good and bad in a way. It's good for her and bad for me.

I don't particularly care for bars, but I could go out to eat. I don't like bars, and I don't have the money to spend in them which kind of helps to avoid them. I can't think of a single thing that I'd like to do other than go to a movie. I guess I'll start by popping some popcorn and watching a few at home at night while reruns and shows I don't watch are on.

Well, I'm off to figure out something to do for fun around here. It's been a long time since I had fun, I have to get back to it.
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