no need to take life so seriously - no one gets out alive
I like to sneak in bits of humor throughout my day. I battle to stay serious for too long, I like being silly. I have been known to dance in the office much to the surprise and delight of my colleagues – who after awhile join in. I tired teaching once but was hopeless as I just joked with the kids all the time and discipline went right out the window.
Humor is simply wonderful, it can help in awkward situations and lightens up a gloomy mood. I don’t tell jokes – my delivery sucks but I like the pace of quick wit and reciprocal banter. I’m lucky that my partner has a good sense of humor and the kids are pretty quick witted as well. Katie has the most wonderful dry sense of humor, she delivers with a dead pan face and says some side splitting things with a dose of unbelievable wisdom – she is an old soul for sure. Jess is a dramatic clown, vociferous and animated, a complete nut in more ways then one.
katie having a one man rugby supporters party
colin - is a magpie he is always finding strange things and bringing them home - the glasses were his find on this particular day.
Life can be serious and hard, and pretty crappy at times but thank goodness for the craziness that the universe has bestowed upon me and my family. I wonder if humor could be considered a creative process. I think so – what do you think?
and marley, muddy dog on clean washing
the kids thought this was very funny