I’m crazy too

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My husband was approached many years ago by someone that said to him, “Man, your wife is crazy! I don’t know why you stay married to her.”  My husband turned to him and replied, “Maybe because I’m crazy too!” He smiled and then walked away from this person. Years later when he saw this same person had friended me on Facebook, he told me this story. I promptly unfriended the creep.

Why did I unfriend this person?  

I dunno.

Maybe it’s because I’m crazy. 🙂

(you should check out the tags on this post. they say it all, really)

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About Madeline Scribes

A writer with a sense of humor. If anyone can laugh at life, it's me.
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4 Responses to I’m crazy too

  1. bethbyrnes says:

    Madeline, the older I get the more discriminating I become about my friendships and connections. I want only those whose warmth and caring extend to all people and living things. I unfriend or unfollow anyone who has so little empathy that they see fit to lash out. So, I must be crazy too.

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    • I have become the exact same way. For a while I worried about myself. How could it be healthy to eliminate so many people from my life that had always been there? Then I realized that I was eliminating people that had never truly loved or respected me. I am still eliminating people, except now I get stronger with each decision to love myself enough to disconnect from someone unhealthy.

      Thank you so much for stopping by and for sharing that thought with me. Your words give me strength.

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  2. God is grate
    Stay blessed both of you!!

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  3. I would accuse people who go around accusing others of being crazy of being crazier than anyone … whoops!

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