Sometimes, the ability to laugh is the greatest gift. Way back, when Alei was new on Facebook, I posted on her wall the saying, "Alei, just be yourself, unless you can be a unicorn, then be a unicorn." The people at work asked her what that was supposed to mean. (If loses it's humor if you have to explain it.) One time, Alei bought me a mug that had that same saying on it.
Since then, there have been many unicorn gifts exchanged between us. I originally really hated unicorns since my first room-mate in college arrived with her porcelain unicorn collection. In time, they have grown on me... a bit. This Christmas was a banner unicorn year - Alei bought me these super classy, rainbow unicorn slippers that I will wear with pride. And, I found her that unicorn sweat-shirt in her favorite light teal color.
I hope that supplies a bit of humor to your day, but in case it doesn't, let me leave you with a conversation I had earlier today at the library with my "chief arguer" child. We walked in and while everyone else went to collect books, he (there is a clue) sat down at a computer. I told him to go find books, we didn't come to use the computer. He has a HUGE habit of arguing so quickly that he doesn't evaluate the foolishness that spills out. He said, "there are no good books here and I've read most of the them anyway!" All that pops in my head at a time like that is a saying that has a semi-bad word in it; not really a cuss word, but too close for use in our house, (unless you are a semi-adult and bucking authority, but that's a different kid and a different conversation). I toned my thoughts down to my traditional, "do you hear yourself? That is one of the dumbest arguments yet. We are in the LIBRARY, (where again I have to refrain from not adding the semi-bad word as a adjective before library.)"
So, there you have it; my second attempt at some humor for you.