Monday, January 31, 2011

I'm Not Crazy

My name is Madison W. and I'm not crazy. My shrink might tell  you otherwise. Dr. Channing is a psychoanalyst. Old school Freudian. Before her I was seeing a cognitive therapist but it wasn't working out. She spent the whole time doing crossword puzzles. Whatever.

I have issues, but who doesn't?

I'm 28 years old, never married and not really looking. Most women my age are doing everything in their power to find a man. Why? Because they don't want to be alone? Their biological clock is ticking? They've been planning their $20,000 wedding since they were in fifth grade? All of the above?

As for me, I like living alone. I don't hate my mother. I'm not interested in getting married or having kids, but I won't say never. I'm addicted to Starbucks and mint chocolate chip ice cream. The problem is that certain people think I'm crazy, but I'm not (see subject line). I started this blog to set the record straight.


  1. Luana, I think I'm going to like this blog a lot. After you've written a few more posts, I recommend you add a gadget in your sidebar to let folks follow you on Google Connect, and also a way for folks to subscribe by RSS Feed and/or e-mail so they when you update the blog.

  2. Thanks, Patricia. Great ideas for promotion. I appreciate your feedback.

  3. I was just wandering around today and I came upon your blog (or rather Madison's) It made me smile and I want to check it out as often as I can. (I am not very sociable but I am working on it :-) It is a great blog.
    Pam Wolf

  4. Hi, Pam. Thanks for reading. It's quite strange writing a blog for a fictional character but I'm finding more and more that Madison is reflecting my own feelings and insecurities. Maybe this blog is my therapy.