Thanks for checking in on the Humor Faucet, where the mission is to “keep the humor flowin’ (since 2018).”
I’m tempted this week to write about the conversation my five-year-old and I had this morning when she barged in on me wiping my bottom.
Or, some good old self-deprecating humor (which is a plentiful source since I’m always doing dumb things). Like a few days ago, when driving by a protestor holding up a sign that said “Honk if Black Lives Matter,” I honked and waved and then slammed on the brakes to avoid the car stopped at the next light. It was a closey.
However, in light of the millions of people out of work, the death toll from COVID-19 eclipsing the 100,000 mark, and now the race riots following the death of George Floyd, I’m going to turn off the faucet this week and instead use that time to read and listen.
Think I’ll start with Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.”
Also, if any of you have kids out there, I found this cool YouTube page you can share with them called STEM uncovered with Dr. Esther.
And, don’t worry, next week there likely will be another conversation which the active use of toilet paper fails to dissuade in the slightest.