It’s unbelievable that I’ve never written an “unbelievable” post before, especially during these unbelievable times.
Would you believe me if I shared what inspired today’s unbelievable post?
That unbelievable scale was on my office white board to greet me on my return back to work yesterday after an unbelievable week in Los Angeles.
It’s unbelievable to me that there are so many new friends out there for me to meet. Here’s an email exchange I had with my new friend Don (featured in this unbelievable blog post from two days ago):
It was great meeting you last evening at Dynasty! I hope you had a great and safe journey home!
Here is a link to download your set from The Tomorrow Show.
Let me know when you have it downloaded properly and that t works for you, as I’ll have to clear that space on my Box Drive.
I’m excited to start reading your blog too. You gave me a lot of good stuff to think about yesterday!
All the best,
Thank you so much for sending this and for your kindness and welcoming good nature yesterday. I am home safe and sound if somewhat psychotically overtired. I believe I did download the video properly so feel free to delete it. And here is my blog post for today with a proper photo of you:
I hope you don’t object to the idea that every object has a story, including all the objects in the photos I took during the last day and night of my week-long visit to Los Angeles: I go for …
All the best,
I’m glad you made it home safely, albeit filled with psychotic fatigue! I’m honored I made your blog!
FYI Adrian and the other folks also remarked that you were an awesome lady so feel free to be flattered (but don’t let it go to your head)!
All the bestest foreverest and stay in touch!
These days I’m letting compliments go to my head and I would advise you to do the same, my awesome new friend.
All the best,
Well, you are a professional so that’s sound advice!
I wonder if Don, if he does read this blog, will find it unbelievable that I shared our email exchange. I’m doing so because I find it unbelievable that people worry about compliments going to people’s heads (including their own). I will repeat that unbelievable advice for you, here and now: please let compliments go to your head. It’s unbelievable, to me, that believing compliments can harm our heads in any way.
Let’s see if there’s anything unbelievable in the new photos I am sharing with you today.
That unbelievable list of topics was written by an unbelievable social work intern named Nat who facilitated my Thursday evening therapy group while I was away. Nat is an intern with unbelievable therapy skills and also an unbelievable song-writer and musician. I asked Nat if he would co-write an unbelievable song with me titled “Nobody’s Perfect,” which we are going to rehearse and perform at next month’s open mic. Unbelievable!
Here‘s “Unbelievable” by EMF:
Here’s “Unbelievable” by Owl City featuring Hanson:
It’s unbelievable that I can’t figure out which Hanson is featured in that second song.
Many people are finding it unbelievable that Luke Perry died yesterday at age 52.What’s unbelievable to you, here and now?
If you find it unbelievable that I am grateful, day after day, to all those who help me write these unbelievable blog posts and grateful to those who read them (including you), believe it, baby!