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“You’re crazy!” I yelled into the phone as hard rain spattered my windshield.

From my book Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again

Here’s a bit of context from chapter 13, “Grief Can Make You Blind.” I was driving in the rain while yelling into my cell phone.

(Perhaps you remember me writing about the rebound from hell.)

I just walked out, leaving the groceries, even the asparagus. As I drove away, the sky released a downpour. Grady called me on my cell phone and asked me to come back.

“You’re crazy!” I yelled into the phone as hard rain spattered my windshield. I threw the phone in the back seat.

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

6 thoughts on “Crazy

  1. I know I’m crazy.

  2. Of course, you know what I have running through my head now…

  3. JoAnna, since this is from a memoir, I assume you have had a long journey and some tough places to get through. Most people go a little crazy before they find their way. I was rather challenged and am not sure I even now know how to find a good man.
    My last husband I found at church and he was so controlling I nearly suffocated. Thirteen long years I tried so hard to please him. I am much more sane and relaxed now! 😊 Hope peace reigns in both our lives, especially happy you have found someone to share life with. 🕊❤

    • Yes, there have been some tough places on my long and winding road. The divorce was very difficult, and the crazy rebound just added more pain. But I finally found me again and learned what I want and don’t want in my life. Before healthy love came to me, I realized that I was better off single than with someone who added a lot of stress to my life. I was willing to stay single to stay healthy. I stopped looking for the most part, then, a good man came to me when the time was right, when we’d both learned what we needed to learn. We still have our issues to work on, but we do that in much healthier ways than with past relationships. I’m sorry you had to endure those 13 years and very glad that you are more sane and relaxed now. Hoping with you for peace in both our lives, and bright futures with all kinds of good love! ❤

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