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Day 1590: The inexplicable

Lately, I’ve been encountering lots of human behavior I find inexplicable. Indeed, I’ve been inexplicably signing emails Confused and confusing, Ann If “inexplicable” is inexplicable to you, let’s explain it: in·ex·pli·ca·ble ˌinekˈsplikəb(ə)l/ adjective unable to be explained or accounted for. “for some inexplicable reason her mind went completely...

Day 1589: Abstracts in pastels

Yesterday, my friend Deb and I had good times in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where we saw my sister Ellen’s “Abstract in Pastel” at a photography show. The light reflections added some additional abstracts in pastels there, so here’s “Abstract in Pastel” from the photography show book: Deb and I both concretely voted for “Abstract in Pastel” in...

Day 1588: When will the good times start?

If you’re like most people, you probably believe the good times will start when you have more money, your living situation improves, you’re healthier, you look more attractive, the political situation changes, more people agree with you, your relationships get better, your job gets better, you’re doing more interesting things, other people...

Day 1587: All kinds of time

When I was spending all kinds of time yesterday getting new batteries for all kinds of watches, I saw this: Because I’m all kinds of polite, I didn’t open a book that didn’t belong to me, so I don’t know what kinds of time Harry Behn had in mind. In the present time, my mind is having all kinds of thoughts about different kinds of time, including...

Day 1586: Messes

I don’t want to make any messes here in the blogging world, but yesterday the topic of my therapy group was “Messes.” That’s the mess I made last night, as we all got messes down on paper.  My mess was actually messier than it looks in that photo, because I actually spilled cracker crumbs all over it. Because I made a mess of taking that picture,...

Day 1585: Excellence

If you came to this blog today looking for excellence, you’re in luck. My social work intern, Justine … … has shown excellence in individual and group psychotherapy this entire year. Justine is so excellent that I recently acknowledged her excellence with a list titled “Reasons Why Justine is Awesome.”  When we said goodbye yesterday, Justine...

Day 1584: Yays and Boos

Yay!  It’s time for me to write another blog post! Boo!  I only have a short time to do it before I need to leave for work. Yay!  I love my work! Boo!  Work can be stressful. Yay!  Yesterday, I facilitated a therapy group where we made a list of Yays and Boos. Yay!  People said they found that exercise very helpful. Boo!  People had a lot...

Day 1583: Realizing who you are

Realizing who I am as a blogger, I’m sharing this teabag saying from yesterday: I’m realizing I want happiness to come to me, so how can I realize who I am? I am realizing  I am somebody who drinks tea, pays attention to messages and signs from the universe, blogs, likes to link to previous blog posts, works, hopes for the best, dreams, takes...

Day 1582: The Best

Was this the best photo I took yesterday? Or was the best photo from yesterday one of these?  Did you know that a lot of the best photos in this blog lately are from my quest to find the best house near water for me, Michael, and Aaron (when he’s not at the best school in Edinburgh, Scotland)? We may have found the best...

Day 1581: What’s Happening

No matter what’s happening, I often wonder what’s happening, because there’s usually so much happening at once. What’s happening with all these pictures?   What’s happening now is “What’s the Buzz Tell Me...

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