A Crazy Mind Flies

Good morning good people of the blogosphere. How are you rolling today? I don’t know yet because for some strange reason, I’ve decided to publish my posts at just before 1am. Blessed be the scheduling function of WordPress πŸ˜‰

When I wrote today’s poem I’ve only been back to work for two days and all was very new for me. The residents who I sometimes see in the garden didn’t realise yet I was working there and did not interact with me. Now they do when they see me coming along even though I can’t have direct contact because of COVID. But you can have a chat from afar.

And these chats sometimes are rather curious. One resident ask me: “What are you wearing on your head?” I answered: “It’s my hat” (black bobble hat with white bobble). He went on to say:” And that white thing on top is a bird?” I couldn’t help myself saying:” Yes, that’s my pet bird” just before I had to go inside to sign in.

I know so well, how much your mind can play tricks on you and working again brought to my mind how hard it sometimes is to deal with anxiety and depression:

Bright sunflowers in my thoughts.

These ponderings led nowhere.

A crazy mind flies.

Have you ever had a somehow crazy conversation?

Happy Tuesday, despite everything.

Please stay safe, stay kind and remember you rock!

13 thoughts on “A Crazy Mind Flies

    1. Hi Robbie, thanks so much for your kind words. I do adjust and have changed my work time so I have one day more to recover. It’s more me thinking I have to work like I am 20. Work doesn’t expect it. I hope you and yours are well and safe. Have a good week πŸ€—πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ

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  1. Lovely poem Bee, I am glad you are back at work, it must help your sanity. I love the way your poem wonders like a lost mind. …..most of my conversations are odd these days. πŸ’œπŸ’œ 🐝

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