Wonderful Weirdos Day

I have a quirky sometimes outrageous sense of humor.  I believe that humor comes from being able to make fun of yourself or at the very least to be able to laugh at yourself.  My husband, sometimes, just gives me a look and tells me I'm a weirdo.  I used to take offense to it, but now I embrace my inner weirdo.
Comedy is based around being able to laugh at yourself and get people to laugh with you.  I am not much of a jokester, prankster, or comedian, but I can make myself laugh and it is the purest form of laughter there is.  I tend to be the serious one because I think there is a time and place for everything.  That job gets boring really quickly.  I am aging before my eyes and it from the lack of laughing at myself.  

Now, 2020 has been lonely on some fronts for me and I have turned to apps like TikTok, Snapchat, and StarMaker to get some outside contact.  I have laughed, cried, and wanted to hug people going through the same things I have been.  I am slightly shy in nature and don't like big crowds.  I used to get nervous recording the message on my answering machine, when those were a thing, and would stutter out of nowhere.  I've never liked feeling like the center of attention so watching others come out of their shell has inspired me to embrace my inner weirdo just that much more.

I am not perfect and I don't pretend to be.  I am me and I have faults, flaws, and imperfections.  They make me who I am and I am willing to laugh at myself, because it frees me from being judged on those imperfections by people that do not know me or would not care to.

What is in your inner weirdo?
   


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