Day 3400: I’m Mad About You

During the Brett Kavanaugh U.S. Supreme Court nomination process in 2018, I dealt with how mad I was by writing and performing my original song “I’m Mad About You.”

Last night, when I couldn’t sleep because I was mad about the leaked draft of the Supreme Court’s vote (including Kavanaugh’s) to overturn Roe v Wade, I thought, “well, it’s time for me to make a better recording of ‘I’m Mad About You’.”

Here’s my performance of “I’m Mad About You” at a remote open mic in 2020 when I was mad about the hearings to rapidly replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg with the Trump-nominated Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court before the 2020 election.

My manager and son, Aaron, just said to me, “that’s a good song” and I’m mad about him, in a good way.

Are you mad about “I’m Mad About You” or about my images for today?

I’m mad about many things, how about you?

I’m mad about you and about all those who visit this blog, so thanks for your support!

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17 thoughts on “Day 3400: I’m Mad About You

  1. Debbie T

    Today’s post contains bits from many of your topics that are my favorites: beautiful flowering lilacs (mine are only just starting; am I really that much farther north than you?!), a delicious Michael dinner, funny quotations (ghosts speaking Latin because it’s a dead language!), Joan perched someplace that doesn’t look very comfortable to me but apparently is for her, comments about a political decision that makes no sense to me, and an animal acting human (turkey appearing to check carefully before crossing the road). Happy 3400.

  2. I’m mad about that song of yours both in the sense that I really, really enjoy it and in the sense that the event that inspired it still makes me angry.

  3. Every right thinking individual should be mad about the fact that four men and one woman should consider they are qualified to decide what every woman is allowed to do with her own body.

  4. I’m mad as hell.

  5. I’m apoplectic.

  6. There’s so much to get the blood boiling, Ann.

  7. I’m damn mad too!!

  8. Well, I’m good and mad, too! But I have your song in my head now, and I think that will help keep my rage in check! I loved hearing your sing it, Ann!

  9. Your song, I’m mad about you, is amazing! Well done on it!

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