Here is a great recipe for fun:
- Dr. Pepper
Granted, I’m not the greatest at Clue, but it was fun to hang out.
We laughed a lot.
We munched on barbecue chips (solving murders makes you hungry.)
Friendship is awesome.
Now I’m headed towards bed because it’s after midnight and I desperately want to finish the last 4-5 chapters of my novel.
Office antics crack me up.
My coworker left a note on my apple–the one that’s been sitting on my desk for the past week–and it caused me to belly laugh.
I was simply shocked to see my normally stoic coworker do something so silly. Of course, you’re talking to the girl who:
- Recorded her coworker trying a nori (seaweed) chip for the first time
- Shot the same coworker with a Nerf gun daily
- Hid behind doors and scared the same coworker
- Included a joke in almost every email that I sent out
If I had to be super serious all the time…I’m just not sure that’s sustainable for me.
I guess it’s good that every boss I’ve ever had thinks I’m kinda funny. In fact, many of them looked to me to be the resident funny person.
Humor is the key to job satisfaction.
Forget all that stuff about having a good work ethic and all the right college degrees. None of that matters.
Okay, okay it matters a little bit. Though, having halfway decent people skills and a sense of humor are the true keys to success.
At least, it’s always worked for me…
Maybe I shouldn’t say it’s the law just because it’s working for me. (I’m not one of those annoying bloggers that claim to have all the answers.)
I have an addiction…
The public library.
There. I said it.
Any excuse to go to the library gets me excited.
The librarians probably dread to see my name on the hold shelf because that means I will most definitely call them to see if my materials have arrived.
Before I hit up Red Box, I go to the library.
If I fall in love with the music in a movie, I go to the library.
And now my new habit of being a total fan girl that makes me want to see every movie my favorite actors/actresses have ever been in…
Not to mention all of my leadership stalking (we’ve talked about this before) that causes me to hit up YouTube to check out all of a leader’s public talks and the library to check out all of their books…
At least library materials are free, right? Because I just can’t stay away.
Plus, libraries are just cool places to hang out. Did I mention that most libraries now sell coffee?
You guys think I’m exaggerating about my library addiction, but I go to the library 3-4 days a week.
Here’s my question to you:
Are there any local places you enjoy hanging out?
I was charged today with bringing humor into our office.
My boss told me to make him laugh everyday because he tends to be too serious.
I can handle this task!
(I was already doing this anyway, but it’s good to know I have job security.)
The gears are turning in my head now…
Work just got even better for me!
I don’t know if my boss fully understands how exciting this new challenge is for me.
Sure, there’s plenty of “real” work to be done, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun, too.
And fun we shall have!
It’s a part of my job description now.
I saw Tim Hawkins live! He came to The Assembly Church in Broken Arrow.
By the time it was over, I was having trouble getting a hold of myself.
Tim did a few classic bits:
- Hand raising guide for worship services
- Different kinds of people who pray at church
- Funny things about his mom
- Several of his songs
The man is funny. His comedy is very involved.
His whole body is part of the routine!Not every comedian can pull that off.
I almost didn’t go because you had to buy a ticket. I am so glad that I did because it was worth every penny!
If you ever have a chance to see a comedian live, I encourage you to go.
Yes, you can watch their videos, but seeing the show live is truly a special experience.
Today’s post will be short and sweet.
It’s been a long week and I’m really tired. But, my gratitude far outweighs the negatives.
Here are 5 things I’m thankful for from the past week:
- My job. I have a great job that’s been nothing but a blessing. Sure, there have been challenges, but those challenges have only helped me grow as a person.
- My second job. All of my late nights are paying off! Money for school is being provided through this opportunity.
- Deaf church. I have the privilege to serve in a wonderful church community. My signing would not be where it is today without the help of the church members.
- Comfortable shoes. I could tell a BIG difference in all my running around because I chose comfort over fashion. My feet haven’t been screaming, which is a gift in itself.
- A sense of humor. Being able to see the funny side of things makes life easier and more entertaining.
What are some things you’re thankful for?
I’m finding that a habit of thanksgiving is changing my perception of life’s challenges.
Let’s work out our gratitude muscle this week by taking 5 minutes a day to name 3 reasons we’re thankful.
The difference this single practice makes in our lives is huge.
I’m visiting a friend today so my post will be short and funny.
Courage didn’t want to wear pants today.
He kept taking them off and throwing them at people.
I said, “Courage, you need to wear pants.”
This was his response:
He technically was wearing his pants so I can’t complain.