Yesterday, I trusted my crazy ideas to
- go back to the Seaport District of Boston,
- look for a free parking space there,
- leave my phone in the car,
- use the movie pass I got when I’d had the crazy idea to see the latest Spiderman movie on New Year’s Day, and the house lights wouldn’t go down for most of the movie ,
- decide to see the new A Star is Born instead of Green Book, Bohemian Rhapsody, or On the Basis of Sex,
- walk all the way back to my car to get my phone,
- visit Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art,
- never make it past the ICA gift shop to the art exhibits,
- buy something at the gift shop,
- eat ramen at a Seaport restaurant before going to a group therapy conference committee meeting,
- watch the not-so-live version of Rent,
- admit that I cried at Rent but not at A Star is Born, and
- take all these photos:
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, here, here, 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.