an agoraphobic’s day out

My weekends are normally pretty domestic.  If I can manage to stay in my pajamas the whole weekend, I count it a victory.  Some of that is due to the agoraphobia, some of it is just introversion and lack of desire to be among people.

Today, I am venturing off toward Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, the kind of place I am usually happy to avoid.  I’m actually feeling pretty good about it today.

I will also be doing something else that often makes me uncomfortable:  meeting someone new.  She is another author who my publisher works with, and while I am just getting started on reading one of her books, she’s in town today so I am off to introduce myself.

Speaking of which, I should probably get myself moving.

 

Photo by Chris Coudron on Unsplash

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About Natalie J Case

Forever telling the stories that fill my head, in hopes I might keep the tenuous grip on reality that keeps me tethered here among the shadows.