Day 2497: Who’s crazy?

As a pysychotherapist, I’m supposed to be an expert on crazy.  There are times when my patients seem a lot less crazy to me than other people I’m seeing around me.   Now is one of those times.

Who’s crazy in my photos from yesterday?

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Here‘s Patsy Cline singing “Crazy.”

My boyfriend Michael tells me that the original title of that song was “Stupid.” Is he crazy?  He’s been singing that other version like crazy, lately.

Whether things are stupid or crazy right now, I’m still grateful for everybody who helped me create today’s blog post, including YOU.

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18 thoughts on “Day 2497: Who’s crazy?

  1. Breathe in, breathe out, Ann.

  2. “Crazy” has a lot of meanings. But I don’t think I am crazy or stupid for reading your blog.

  3. Just lately the whole world seems a little crazy!

  4. A friend once told me “Allowing myself to go a little crazy once in a while reassures me I’m not crazy.” That still makes me laugh, and I use it as an excuse to go a little crazy sometimes too. We may be cracked but we’re not broken.

  5. Being able to recognize craziness is a good thing. If one can, then one is likely sane.
    -Alan

  6. puella33

    Maybe in the song, ” crazy” means “ashamed”, like were not aloud to make mistakes in love and any other instance. I’m only guessing ahaha

  7. HI Ann, I’m back! Can’t download your posts on my iPad, but can when I get to my iMac. Looking forward o catching up. xoxo

  8. Who’s crazy?
    Me i’m crazy, just so you know

  9. Things are certainly crazy right now! And I have a hard time refraining from labeling a lot of people “stupid.” It’s all very confusing! 🙂

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