I love to laugh - the kind where you are on the floor because you are laughing so hard. The other day in our breakroom a couple of my colleagues had me at that place. It was hilarious. I took a picture of Cricket eating because this little routine makes me laugh on my early morning run days. She gets fed bright and early when I get up to run. I feed her and then turn off the light so that I'm not disturbing Steve although let's face it -- me banging around, sometimes asking him to help me find something generally is a wake-up call. Back to Cricket :), she will be eating and as I turn the dimmer light to off she stops eating and you can hear a pause so I gradually give her a little light. I know she is able to see again when she starts eating. It makes me giggle that she likes to see her food and that inspite of being a 'hungry' lab she will actually stop eating when the light is off.
There are many things that are pretty funny about living life with Retinitis Pigmentosa. Sometimes you just get yourself into little predicaments and have embarrassing moments.
I got the giggles the other day walking back from the market when some kids kept asking their teacher -- is that a blind lady or a blind dog :).
Children laugh a lot ... as adults we stop laughing so much. I hope you find much laughter this weekend. We are going out with some friends tomorrow night that guaranteed there will be laughter. I'm braving going to City Creek for the first time tomorrow to meet Natalie for lunch -- there will be laughter.