Last night, when my outrageous boyfriend, outrageous son, and my outrageous self were shopping for boots, rainwear, adaptors, and other things my son will value outrageously once he gets to Scotland for college, I saw an outrageously valuable sign.
It’s outrageous how much I value thoughts inspired by signs like “Outrageous Values.” I hope you value my outrageous thoughts about that outrageous sign:
Values ARE personal, so somebody might think my values are outrageous. It’s outrageous how difficult it is to value other people’s values. Wouldn’t it be outrageously valuable if we could learn to recognize other people’s values as valuable as our own?
Before I saw that outrageously valuable sign, I saw my friend Barbara, whom I’ve been valuing outrageously for sixty years. Barbara and I share an outrageous number of values, and we also outrageously respect each other’s valuable differences.
Here are some outrageously valuable creations by Barbara:
I value all that Barbara creates and I outrageously value her creations with hearts. Hearts are outrageously valuable to all, including those of us whose hearts are outrageously unusual.
My outrageous values include wanting to eat whatever I like. Outrageously, I’m going to need to adjust that outrageous value after I get outrageously valuable heart surgery on September 21. Because I’ll be taking the outrageously valuable medication Coumadin after my heart surgery, I’ll be adjusting my diet (which could outrage me). Last night, I said to my outrageously valuable boyfriend after reading this article on Coumadin “It looks like I’ll never be able to eat guacamole again.” Michael outrageously replied, “Well, you’ll just have to eat a lot of guacamole over the next two weeks.”
Isn’t that outrageous? Here are some other images I outrageously valued yesterday:
Are there any photos there that you thought had outrageous values?
Before I leave for my outrageously valuable work, here’s some music with outrageous values:
I outrageously value that Barbara and I will be seeing a production of Sunday in The Park with George next Saturday.
If you leave a comment about your outrageous values, I hope you know it will be valued here to an outrageous degree.
One of my outrageous values is gratitude, so thanks to all who helped me create this post and to you — of course! — for your outrageously valuable presence.