Day 2255: Trust your crazy ideas

Yesterday, I trusted my crazy ideas to

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I will now trust my crazy ideas to share some of those photos at full size:

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If you want to look at other full-sized versions of my photos, trust your crazy ideas and click on the photos, above.

Today, I’m going to trust my crazy ideas and meet the new cardiologist replacing my long-time cardiologist  Dr. Estes, who trusted his crazy ideas to leave Boston and move back to Pennsylvania with his family. If you want to read more about my encounters with Dr. Estes over the years, trust your crazy ideas and visit my previous blog posts here, here, herehere, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.  (I trusted my crazy ideas to find and list about half of my blog posts that featured Dr. Estes.)

Now I’m going to trust my crazy ideas to look for some trust-your-crazy-ideas music and finish this post, so I won’t be late for my first visit with Dr. Munther Homoud, who my primary cardiologist Dr. Deeb Salem trusts and has some crazy ideas about (including “he is the most compassionate doctor I have ever met”).

Here are characters from a production of Rent trusting their crazy ideas to move from NYC to Santa Fe:

If you have any crazy ideas, please trust them and make a comment, below.

Now I’m going to trust my crazy ideas to alway end these blog posts with gratitude.

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25 thoughts on “Day 2255: Trust your crazy ideas

  1. I certainly trust your crazy ideas Ann❣️ I’m working on mine 😉 Good luck with your new cardiologist!

  2. I admire your large-size photos very much, Ann. And I have the feeling that you cram as much crazy into each day as possible!

  3. Wonderful crazy ideas! I haven’t seen A Star is Born (any of them, actually) but I did see Green Book and loved it. My crazy idea is to get the heck out of Michigan, to avoid the storm, but I’ve leave it too late…it’s starting now! My next best crazy idea is to take a really long nap until April.

  4. Last night I read a short essay about the poem “If I Shut My Eyes, What Other Doors in Me Fly Open” by Ben Purkert in last week’s New York Times magazine. The poem, which is full of crazy ideas, begins, “I’d like to meet my bones.”
    The essayist, Sam Anderson, talks about how that line makes him think how alienated we are from our own bodies, that we rarely, if ever, see inside ourselves and “our job is to ride the roller coaster of consciousness, not examine the engine room”.
    You and Dr. Estes have certainly spent a lot of time examining your very special engine room. And many of us will have reasons to go below and check on various parts, which makes me think that the idea that we’re separated from our physical bodies is pretty crazy.

  5. i love your crazy ideas and actions, ann. these are the kind of things that make the world go ’round.

  6. This is my crazy ideas face. LOL!ヾ (✿> ∀⊙〃)ノ

  7. I don’t have crazy ideas – well not very often

  8. sometimes it is hard to trust our crazy ideas but doing so can be a good thing

  9. Why did you go back for your phone? Why did you decide on A Star is Born? Anyway, I had the crazy idea to move to the DMV six and a half years ago and have never regretted it. I admit though that your seaport pictures are the only things that make me miss Boston.

  10. I think it’s a great idea. Human spirit needs to spread out. Society can be stifling.I think your blog is so full of novelty and creative expression.

  11. I tend to talk myself out of my crazy ideas. I may need to think about that. I like yours. 🙂

  12. Pingback: Day 2333: Trust is … | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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