Day 2427: Incredible

Honestly, my incredible readers, it’s incredible to me that I have never before published a post titled “Incredible”  in all the two thousand, four hundred, and thirty-six incredible days I’ve been blogging.

Yesterday, on my travel day back from incredible Edinburgh to incredible Boston, I saw these two incredible signs:



I had an incredible time at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe (described in incredible detail here, herehere, here, here, here, and here).  Here are some of the incredible highlights:

“Lovely group experience! Great to feel included during the Fringe, and to feel heard.”

“Enjoyed feeling comfortable with a group of strangers.  Thank you.”

“Great, very interesting, and unique.”

“The show should be longer.  Also be my therapist please.”

“You need some more time for your show, but I really liked your idea of making a show of this. It was like a calm moment in the middle of the Fringe chaos.  Fringe = outside.  Ann show = inside.”

“Created a safe and relaxed space to feel open to express myself.”

“More shows like this.”

“A welcome sharing space well interspersed with activities and songs to make everyone feel included. Thanks.”

“I would 1000% recommend this since it is truly something different from anything else on offer at the Fringe. I feel a lot happier after the show and had some big revelations.”

Here are my latest photos, which I took when I was feeling incredible:












It’s always incredible to be home.

It’s incredible to me,  here and now, that I can’t share the incredible Tom Joyce’s portion of The Mail Room which I recorded on my iPhone during my incredible Wednesday at the incredible 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.  I think it’s credible that I’ll be able to add that recording to this post after I publish it.

Here is the incredibly kind and talented Tom Joyce in The Mail Room:

I look forward to your incredible comments, below.

Incredible thanks to all  who help me create these posts and also to my incredible readers, including YOU.


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33 thoughts on “Day 2427: Incredible

  1. I’m incredibly fond of your blog

  2. Congratulations on Fringe comments and your photographs

  3. Luis Del Castillo

    Incredible are the comments on your fringe show!
    Hope you get invited again!

  4. Onward to U.S. festivals, Ann? Are there any credible enough to invite your set into their fold?

    • This credible comment from you, my incredible friend and fellow blogger, got me looking at credible U.S. Fringe Festivals. Perhaps Maui in January?!

      • That would be a great one, Ann! From my dedicated read on The Washington Post, I have also seen that they have a Fringe Fest in our nation’s capital, hint, hint.

      • It looks like there’s also a New York one in October, Mark. I have a lot to think about.

  5. Debbie T

    Those are wonderful comments from the people who attended your show! I’m glad you and Aaron enjoyed your time in Edinburgh.

  6. Welcome home Ann! What lovely feedback from attendees of your show/therapy. It takes a lot of skill and a big authentic heart to touch people like this. Congratulations my friend 💕

  7. Since “incredible” can also mean “unbelievable” I don’t find anything incredible in the comments about your Fringe show. They are completely credible and also great.

  8. What incredible comments from incredibly lovely people. I enjoyed all of your incredible journey, there, during, and after! Welcome home.

  9. puella33

    What beautiful sunsets! They’re incredibly beautiful! Welcome back, Incredible You 😉

  10. You had some incredible experiences at The Fringe Festival, dear Ann.
    Your photos are awesome. Wow for your comments after your show, very well done 🙂

  11. Incredible sunsets Incredible Ann!!!

  12. Barb

    I knew exactly where you were with the graffiti on the wall. I was there This past week. Glad you are back! Great blog as always!!

  13. Your Fringe comments were incredible and I’m sure the comments here will be too!

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  15. Love those comments! Incredibly positive. 🙂 My favorite…”Also be my therapist, please. ” You made an incredibly positive impression on those who attended. Fabulous, Ann!

    • It’s incredible that I missed this incredibly loving and kind comment from you, my friend. I think of you every day and send incredible hope out to you and yours. ❤ ❤

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