The second campground I was in while in LA, within the first 5 minutes of being there, I met a couple. They were curious about my rig and we had a great conversation. They invited me to dinner that night and I really enjoyed their company. They were around for a couple of days and I would talk to them when I got home from work for the day. When they left they invited me to their home in San Diego. This is an example of the connections I make on the road.
When I lived in one of those homes that doesn't move I isolated all the time. I would go days without seeing another person. I would also have extreme anxiety when I had to be around other people. It is interesting on the road. I had a lot of people who feared I was going on the road to disappear... and part of me was hoping the same thing... but the complete opposite has happened. I am the most visible I have ever been in my life. I love meeting new people and having conversations. My life feels full in the area of connections. I am happy when I am around people with no anxiety and I get a little sad when I leave them. After leaving a place with people I have connected with I smile for days thinking of how lucky I am to have met those people. I may or may not see them again but I know they are out there and that brings comfort.
Life is just amazing.