love to have fun, and I do my best to have fun in any
situation in which I find myself. This doesn't always
sit well with everyone, especially those people who
interpret having fun as being
"irresponsible." But as I get older, I care
less and less about how other people see me, and having fun
and enjoying myself get easier and easier as the attention
that I pay to other people's displeasure diminishes.
world really could be an enjoyable place if we didn't take
everything so darned seriously, and if we were to have more
fun in more different ways. I have one important rule
about fun, though--I'll never have fun at another person's
expense. I'll never feel that I'm enjoying myself
because another person is suffering in some way.
mostly have fun with kids, because they haven't yet
forgotten the art. If they see a ball or a kite or a
puddle, their imaginations take off and they can enjoy
themselves immensely with whatever it is they have. We
adults, though, so often see a kite and say something like,
"I remember when I was a kid, I had a lot of fun flying
kites." We've become people who don't have fun,
but who remember it pretty well.
you have fun today? Can your job be fun? Can
your breakfast time with your family be fun, instead of just
another obligation or occurrence? If you can make
dinner fun, will your whole family benefit? You'll
have to be prepared to face some people who aren't quite
sure why you suddenly want to have fun, more than likely,
but that's okay--they may not have fun with you today, but
eventually, they'll come to enjoy themselves with you!