Blessed is he who makes his companions laugh.
I absolutely love this fortune cookie.
Growing up there wasn’t a lot of room in our house for happiness or laughter.
I was so serious, I rarely cracked a smile or a joke.
My youngest brother Luke was the household comedian. He would do outrageous things to try to make us laugh.
Then over time, Luke changed and so did I. Luke is now the serious one and I am the comedian. I don’t know when we exchanged the baton. I can’t explain it. How do roles change? Can the childhood caretaker become the adult mascot??
Did we just fill the roles that we needed to to survive? To function in dysfunction?
Now can we be who we really are? Who are we really? Are we who we were then or who we are now? Or is it a mixture of both?
Now when I get together with friends and family, I play the part of comedian. I love making people laugh. Life is too short to be serious all of the time.
I try to mix some of my serious blog posts with a pinch of laughter. There is nothing like adding a dose of humor to topics relating to death, despair, and disaster. It makes for some interesting post tags. Hmmm…death and humor?? Really now?
What is wrong with Alissa? I think she has a warped mind. I can hear your voices in my head already.
I don’t even know what genre I’m blogging in. Personal?? And everything else outside and in between. Real life? Your guess is as good as mine. You never know what you’re going to find.
I love following blogs that are able to mix seriousness with humor. It’s really difficult to master and even more difficult to consistently find in writings. They don’t seem to naturally mesh.
Why does it have to be one or the other?? Life is a mixed bag of sunshine, rain (blizzards), laughter, and tears. Most of the time the opposing spectrum cannot cross the center line. Tears from laughter. Sunshine and rain. Both are rare to find combined. Maybe that’s what makes a rainbow so beautifully profound yet elusive to capture. It is mysteriously bent outside of its natural boundaries like the top and bottom ends of the bell curve.
All of these deep thoughts over a fortune cookie about laughter…Geez…It’s not even funny..