Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Ann is a HOOT

I think humor is a defense mechanism that happens to women when they become mothers. Not that non-maternal women aren't funny--they are--but that there is an almost tangible element of self-preservation in the humor of women with children. It's that "laugh to keep from crying" thing, most likely.

Now, PLEASE READ THIS. And make sure that 1.) You're not drinking anything while you read it, and 2.) You don't need to pee before you read this.

That is all.

12 comments:

  1. once AGAIN i'd like to thank the universe for giving me a girl!

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  2. THank you Belinda for giving the no drinks warning!! The poodles are really worried about me now, I'm stifling laughter to keep from waking Jerry!!! TOOO TOOO funny.

    Linda H. G>

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  3. Hi Belinda
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. "koby" is a mixed breed. He is beautiful, we believe him to be a golden lab/husky. His body is like a lab, has the webbed toes too. He has a bit of the husky mask, perked up ears and the curled tail. He's very friendly too. Just too much for us at the moment. I'm a sucker for animals and this is so hard on me, I just need to get it over and done with soon. I don't want to send him back to the shelter either. I'm going to talk to our neighbor to see if she know of anyone who would want him.

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  4. Heyy Belinda... thankx for commenting my journal.. you seem like a really great person!! Well, talk to you soon!! <3 Jenn

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  5. You are singing the gospel sister friend!

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  6. OK that was the funniest thing ever!

    Molly (and Max the beardie)

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  7. Oh, you can waste countless hours in Ann's Tiny Little Kingdom. Ask me how I know! Although, as we all know, time enjoyed is never wasted.

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  8. Belinda--
    I should/shall peruse blogs much more. THAT was hysterical...thanks for putting it out there.

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  9. Thanks for the kind shout out, Belinda. Stay tuned for tales about football here in the South. It's not bordering on obsession or anything.

    Anne www.tinykingdom.typepad.com

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  10. Oh, no, not at all! Or religion. Tell me, do you have to dress up in "Bama Wear" for every game, whether you're there or not? Roll Tide! (Seriously, what does the tide have to do with an elephant? I've never gotten that. Or is it the laundry detergent?)

    Oh, and I want Finn to marry my daughter. It's only about a 7-year age difference.

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