There are few things I can say for certain, but this I know; laughter and smiling makes you feel better. I’m not a clinician or a licensed psychiatrist or psychologist, but I can subscribe to you laughter.
I’m 34 years old; I’m a mother of two adorable fraternal twin boys, and married to a man who makes me laugh nearly everyday (lucky for him!), and work in a moderate stress environment which offers little humor on a regular basis. That is, other than what we make funny. When I was in elementary school I remember being jealous of the class clowns. Not because they were popular, but simply because of their ability to crack a joke and get laughter instead of crickets. I have tried to bring humor to my friends, family, and co-workers ever since. Sometimes I’m successful and sometimes I’m not.
This blog is a result of being successful. No longer can my humor, or the things I find humorous, be safely controlled within the stipulations of an HR-trafficked environment. I welcome you to enjoy my humor and to recommend links of other humorous sites, stories, or tales of trivial weirdness that raises your eyebrows because truth is stranger than fiction.
Proverbs 17:22 A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.