Thursday, March 26, 2009

Life's Funny like That.

Suddenly, I've noticed that I'm finding plenty of things in my life to laugh about again. I've always been lucky enough to have a good sense of humor, but things got kind of grim this winter. As I feel better, again, life's become funny like that.

7 comments:

steviewren said...

...on this topic...see my comment in response to your comment to me in the last entry.

I've always been happy to find myself laughing when my life is the worst...it's better than crying...which I've done too much of in the past.

Anonymous said...

Good to hear you are feeling better again Deb. What about all the trimming etc before you had your sleep? Wouldn't that have contributed just a teensy bit to being tired? It would have knocked me out I know. But I know what you mean about radiation tiredness. Just go with the flow. You are doing so well girl.
Love always Barb

Bush Babe said...

'Things got kind of grim'... ah yeah. That would be a bit of an understatement. Now about 'those things' making you laugh... wanna share???
Heh.
BB

Lydia said...

So glad to hear it... I heard something about fig trees -- they produce fruit in the spring (right after the long, hard, winter) and then another batch in the summer (during the easy growing months).

I understand that the first spring fruit of the fig tree is small and sweet. The summer fruit are bigger but not as flavorful. Maybe this new laughter is the small sweet fruit of coming out of a long winter. It is truly precious fruit.

Stuart Peel said...

Very good news indeed. I think that a sense of humour is pretty much the only thing that makes life tolerable.

Kelly said...

Humor is one of the things that gets me through hard spots. I came from a family and married into a family that both tend to laugh at inappropriate times and revel in "dark" humor.

Algernon said...

Tough times and personal suffering can impose a certain rigidity on life. Humor seems to soften that up and allow us to breathe. Laughing, crying, whatever lets us get the oxygen into our blood.