Sounds pretty good but obviously, Bernard never visited my mind.
I just love the idea of courting insanity, actually.
I dunno... courting insanity sounds fun.
Me, too, and every time I think of that phrase, I also think of that song "Froggie Went A-Courtin, Side by Side!"
Wow! He was certainly not the "mindful" type, was he? I'm pretty sure that my dad adhered to his philosophy for most of his life. As for me, I'm fairly certain that courting insanity is what has led to most of the truly amazing discoveries in my life, even if I didn't know that's what I was doing at the time.
work work work is the last thing I want to do anymore!
Kario - I just love the idea of "courting insanity," actually -- far more than I do actual working!ain't for city gals: Exactly!
Thinking I am done with the constant work work work and based on your experience I am going to spend some time working to legalize medical marijuana in FL and volunteer as a snuggle at a local NICU!
oops meant snuggler ( cuddle infants recovering from maternal drug addiction)
I have many objects in life and yet I court insanity. I am the first to admit that my morbidity. Bernard Macfadden and Van Gogh would not have been a good match.
OMG... that is my grandmother's philosophy. I swear she could have written that herself, though she was born after 1889.