Crazy idea. Me laying flowers on the grave of him, after ten years of rememberin' to forget.
(Philip Klein, Barry Connors, co-scenarist, Dudley Nichols, and John Ford. Hannah Jessop (Henrietta Grosman), Pilgrimage, recalling the she drove from home and into the army (1933).
Based on the story "Gold Star Mother" by I.A.R. Wylie.)
Should life be challenging? If it should, then most people go crazy, or they think challenges are rational. I personally don't think challenges are rational, so I have no choice but to go crazy if I think life should be challenging.
There comes a time in everyone's life, where we have to explain who we are deeply and trust that they value the information shared. However, that doesn't elevate the feeling of feeling crazy after explaining how crazy you are. If you're confused... welcome to my world.