Day 3027: Therapy

This daily blog is therapy for me and, I hope, therapy for you.

Lately, in therapy, I’ve been asking some patients if a letter from a therapist would be helpful. For example, yesterday I wrote somebody this one:

To whom it may concern:

Please get your act together or leave ______ alone.

Signed,

Her therapist

My patient plans to put that on a t-shirt before we meet again in person for therapy.

Are any of today’s images therapy for you?

The Daily Bitch has her own ideas about therapy.

Travel used to be therapy for me but I’m really out of practice, like all of us. Therefore, I’m thinking of traveling to Nashville in May for a few days, which leads me to this:

To whom it may concern:

Any ideas about fun things to do and great places to eat in Nashville? Also, is the Fairlane a good place to stay?

Signed,

Your blogger

Singing along to music is great therapy, so try singing along to this as loudly as possible no matter who is listening:

Gratitude is therapy, so thanks to all who help me do therapy every day, including YOU!

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16 thoughts on “Day 3027: Therapy

  1. Thank you for the daily therapy. I think your charges are amazing!

  2. puella33

    Travelling to Nashville should be good therapy, Ann

  3. A few days in Nashville does sound like it would be therapeutic. I know nothing about the Fairlane, but there’s so much I can recommend. It’s less than a mile from the Tennessee State Museum, even closer to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, and it shouldn’t be too difficult to get to the Parthenon, the Frist Museum, the Ryman Auditorium, or just the riverfront.
    There may even be a familiar face or two in the area.

    • I changed my reservation from the Fairlane to the Graduate, because I had reservations about being that far away from Music Row. It would be great therapy to see you, Chris.

  4. I love seeing all the love and hope. harley looks quite confident that there is hope.

  5. Both of those landscapes with daffodils on the foreground are therapy indeed.

  6. You do provide daily therapy, Ann. Thank you! 🙂

  7. Your photos are always very helpful to me, Ann.

  8. If there is one thing I recommend during therapy, it’s to write. This shit is a life saver!

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