Happy birthday to ME! And trust me, I plan to have a really good one! I awakened from the nightmare of youth a long time ago, thank God. Age has brought with it the blessing of clarity about so many things and is still illuminating my life. We're never too old to grow and learn. One thing . . .
Some folks are just born with the ability to encapsulate an idea in a pointed, satirical way, and such is the case with these laughter-inducing Tweets, which is how I'd like to close the year. We NEED a few belly laughs.Now, I am not a Twitter fan. I can't even imagine that people have time to sit . . .
'Tis the season and the funny holiday card emails are making the rounds. I couldn't help but share these humorous Christmas cards.Well, ok, they're not exactly FUNNY. Some are sad and scary. But I'll share, anyway. Who thinks these up? A scary use of Photoshop. Family celebrating peace on . . .
On Oscar night, I heard Ozzy Osborne's daughter, Kelly Osborne (who, inexplicably, was doing fashion commentary), constantly giggle that Sacha Baron Cohen throwing Bisquick on tuxedo-clad Ryan Seacrest at the Academy Awards last night was the funniest thing she'd ever seen on a red carpet.Ok, . . .
It's easy to get consumed by our buttoned-up, repressive Protestant work ethic.Fact is, we don't play nearly enough.I love being silly and people who aren't afraid to be silly.My sister-diva poses dramatically for the camera wearing a fun hat, gold necklace and cleavage--I can almost see her . . .
I laughed like crazy last week. With deep appreciation of the absurdities of life. Because life is the funniest and funnest thing of all. It feels good to laugh hard, so good and healthy that we need to do as much of it as possible.Thanks to Facebook, I reconnected with a friend I made way back in . . .
A few years ago I took a dance class called Nia. It was offered at the gym I belonged to and was held in a room that had a wall of windows.Part of our routine was free-dance--we each took a turn at leading the group around the room in random steps of our own choosing.Most of the women were . . .
This is what you shall do. Be loyal to what you love, be true to the Earth, and fight your enemies with passion and laughter.-Edward AbbeyEnemies. I don't even like the term.It stinks of lances, guns, bombs, war.I can't even imagine deciding that someone's an enemy.Antagonist? As in person causing a . . .
Laughter's great for your health.The late author, Norman Cousins, famously fought heart disease by training himself to laugh. He firmly believed that the biochemistry of human emotions could be harnessed to fight illness and disease.He suffered from several serious ailments besides heart disease, . . .
I'm not even going to pretend to be normal. I mean, I never have, so why start now?I kind of even like being kind of, well, different. . . .