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263 Random Craziness and Love

“When the whole world is crazy, it doesn’t pay to be sane.”

― Terry Goodkind, The Pillars of Creation

When everything seems crazy, I look at birds

Sometimes they seem weird as well

Like this red-bellied woodpecker eating oranges

Who knew they liked oranges?

Or maybe he just needed a break from peanuts?

I’ve thought about this subject enough for one week…

So I’ll go with dessert

“Ask anyone and they’ll most likely say their family is crazy, and if they don’t say their family is crazy, their friends are crazy. That’s because everyone is crazy after taking the mask off. People are most themselves when not really trying to fit in, when either alone or around those already closest to them, and that is crazy.”
― Criss Jami, Killosophy

One of the things I love about my hubby is that I can just be my true self…

Notice that I didn’t say my true, crazy self –

but that’s mostly what I meant

Of course, he says the same (without crazy in the sentence as well)

“I guess sometimes the greatest memories are made in the most unlikely of places, further proof that spontaneity is more rewarding than a meticulously planned life.”
― J.A. Redmerski, The Edge of Always

Another thing that I love is his spontaneity

For example,

jumping in the child’s racecar cart at the grocery store and asking me to push him

“Because when you’re laughing, there is no other emotion in that moment except for joy.”
Robert Schimmel

Right after I snapped the picture, I headed into the grocery store without him

so I wouldn’t have to witness his 6’3″ body trying to get out of the cart

and because I didn’t want to laugh so hard that I wouldn’t look crazy trying to find a bathroom in a strange store…

But when I turned around to see him walking into the store a lot of other shoppers were smiling as well…

His day isn’t complete until I laugh at least once!

Not so long ago, laughter was hard to find

I am so grateful that it’s back in my life!

When you awaken love and laughter in your life, your mind lets go of fear and anxiety, and your happy spirit becomes the healing balm that transforms every aspect of your human experience.

Jesse Dylan

Love and laughter are good for my soul!

Thank you Bill, for loving me just as I am










and for making me laugh

every day!

XO Lisa ❤️

9 comments on “263 Random Craziness and Love

  1. Laughter is God’s way of bringing us peace, sometimes when we need it most. He appreciates it when we pass it on, and your husband does it so well. Grace and peace be with both of you each and every day.

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  2. love this Lisa and one thing is clear, you are crazy about each other which is so awesome. Hard to believe it from a short time which seems so long ago now since Larry’s been gone. 💖💖


  3. I’m so glad you found someone who makes you laugh every single day, Lisa. Thats so important. It helps us make it through the tough times to laugh our troubles away. Loved the pic of him in the race car. Reminds me of a post I haven’t finished, along those lines. Keep laughing my friend! 💜🤗

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  4. Resettero

    RE the “world is crazy”

    Everyone “knows” the world is crazy (which always “conveniently” means the world/OTHER people, usually the governing authorities, are crazy but not they themselves, of course). Yet no one typically offers an good explanation why that is. Have you ever wondered WHY the world is crazy? How do you explain it intelligently? Do you have a coherent explanation for the craziness of the world that makes sense (religious fantasies are obviously excluded because they only “make sense” and are “valid” to fantasy lovers but never to reality-based truth-seekers)?

    The WHOLE big picture (not just a part of the big picture) that makes up the human condition, that explains the craziness of the world (if you ever genuinely wondered WHY it is that the world is crazy), that describes human conduct over millennia is the hegemony of the 2 married pink elephants in the room and has never been on clearer display than with the deliberate global Covid Scam atrocity — see “The 2 Married Pink Elephants In The Historical Room –The Holocaustal Covid-19 Coronavirus Madness: A Sociological Perspective & Historical Assessment Of The Covid “Phenomenon”” ….

    “2 weeks to flatten the curve has turned into…3 shots to feed your family!” — Unknown

    ““We’re all in this together” is a tribal maxim. Even there, it’s a con, because the tribal leaders use it to enforce loyalty and submission. … The unity of compliance.” — Jon Rappoport, Investigative Journalist

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  5. Robin Salyer-Williams

    Beautiful. Laughter we need in our lives. Especially now days with all the madness. Thank you for sharing. Love u dear friend.

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