Sometimes I admit that I have a wacky sense of humor and I am a person that loves to do practical jokes. My daughter is carrying on the legacy that I also got from my mom. I remember one New Year's Eve Party at our home when I was growing up, where mom had coated big cotton balls with chocolate and then rolled them in nuts and served them. We laughed so hard, especially when the neighbor asked for a second one and stated my mother's culinary arts were divine. Recently my daughter did a toilet paper cake for a friend's 50th birthday. Yes, toilet paper.. covered with saran wrap and then iced and fondat on and decorated and as the birthday gal tried to cut the cake, the room broke out in laughter. Real laughter, not canned, not fake, just genuine laughter.
What is more heart warming than hearing a baby laughing or a group of people enjoying the moment laughing? My granddaughter was out with her other grandmother at a restaurant and the waitress had come to know her and always fussed over her and called her sweetie. As they were leaving one day, a group of older women were sitting at another table eating and my granddaughter (2 years old ) saw her favorite waitress behind all these ladies and hollered across the room, "Bye Sweetie" and of course the group of older women all thought she was talking to them and that warm, loving laughter ensued. Wish I could have been there as I would have been laughing too.
So my mission today is to make someone else laugh, smile or whatever it takes to brighten their day, I hope you choose to do the same...make it a great day! S