December 7, 2008

Laughter is the best medicine

by @ 7:43 pm. Filed under growing up, note to readers

Yep.  I don’t really think this is the best medium to describe the exact situation, but suffice it to say that I had a very awkward moment this afternoon.  I ran into some people that are no longer part of my life but did affect me in the past.

I was out with someone else, and didn’t expect to run into them, but you know, it’s OK.  I think I felt a little awkward in the moment, alright a lot awkward.  But then next thing I know, I’m laughing. If you can’t find any humor in the situation then it’s all over.  And to be totally honest, this wasn’t a spiteful humor, I don’t feel that I need or do have any ill will.  It’s just the reliving of the shenanigans that are my life.

There’s a part of me that now thinks that I should be grateful even for those people.  If things hadn’t transpired the way they did then I would not be where I am.  I have no regrets, I look back on the choices I’ve made, and I do have the courage of my convictions.  Every day just keeps getting better.

Just wanted to let you guys know, that if you ever feel awkward, angry, or just plain uncomfortable it may be a good time to take a step back and have a laugh.


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