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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Humor for the Day: Rapid Cycling?

This is dedicated to all my friends with bipolar disorder.
Permission granted for non-profit use by artist: Chato B. Stewart.
Go to http://www.mentalhealthhumor.com/ to see more of his work.


Tracy said...

Wow well I not only could relate with this, but it also made me smile.

Hugsss and blessings Clueless

Tamara (TC) Staples said...


That is too funny! It is pretty sad when you can relate to an elevator (the one on the left!). ;-)

Hope you have a good weekend,

Laura said...

I really enjoyed this!

Anonymous said...

Oh I so get this one!

I hope that you are haveing a great weekend. Hugs and blessings That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

Anonymous said...

That is a cute cartoon - I'm sure most of us feel like elevators at one point or another.

Periwinkle Studio said...

This is great! :) Thanks for sharing and I have really been enjoying your blog!May God richly bless you on your journey!! :)

Anonymous said...

My elevator has been up and down for years, but never quite reaches the top floor. Really funny.

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