“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.”
Just a random thought. Does anyone else “people watch?” I don’t mean in a creepy way but sometimes I find myself looking into the distance and wondering what that person journey is all about. There are some interesting characters in this world. I came across a really odd website on how to people watch. Here’s a blurb:
“People watching involves observing people to get a feel for the beauty and rhythm of the community around us. People watching is amazing, you will have some of the funniest laughs ever with you and your friends. Especially in a place full of bad scruffs. For some people watchers, it’s about creativity, using the moments of watching to try and guess at another person’s story just from mere observation, and embracing the fun of what is, in effect, an amateur social science.
People watchers observe speech in action, relationship interactions, body language, and activities; it’s also common to include listening in to conversations. Indeed, all the senses can be put to good use when people watching, even down to trying to guess a person’s perfume or aftershave as they walk by. Here are some suggestions for enjoying the art of people watching.”
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