Hi! I love your question!
I bet we all have temporary insanity stories!
My major "temporary insanity" came about just prior to my surgery. Almost everyone was so wonderful when they found out I would be having "brain surgery
." Almost every day leading up to surgery, people where I worked would bring me lotions, pjs, robes, books, etc., even gift certificates. My husband was wonderful, my family concerned and worried, etc. Plans towards having surgery went like clockwork, and there was nothing
for me to get mad at! Well...so I thought!It
(the anger that I had repressed) all came tumbling out when the granite crew cut our master bathroom granite countertop wrong! (We were building a new house at the time.) When I got home from work and saw they had not cut the granite correctly for the faucets that I had picked out, I "lost it!" The crew was (luckily!) gone, but my poor husband saw a banshee and heard words that he'd never heard come out of me! I really was out of control, suffice it to say....
The next day, I realized that I was really angry at my situation, not the faucets. Long story short, I did not have the crew bring out new granite, but had the faucets I'd picked returned, chose new ones to fit the holes they'd cut.....and some months later, had my sister, who does beautiful needlework, to create for me a picture with flowers that says, "There is more to life than faucets." This picture hangs in our master bath now!
So glad you asked the quesion, and I am looking forward to reading more "temporary insanity" stories!