And, I'm back!
I missed my Sunday post this week for two reasons. One, Mr. S and I took a glamorous vacation to Rochester for the long weekend, and stayed in a charming B&B where we couldn't seem to get wifi. So, all I had was my iPad, and I kind of hate trying to blog from that thing. And two, I only read one non-Cybils book this week and it was...a little goofy. So I decided to hold off until next Sunday. I hope. Somehow I wound up with FOUR STRAIGHT WEEKENDS out of town (the last two and the next two) and while all four weekends are for fun things (visiting family, relaxing and checking out a new town, seeing college friends, and SCBWI) I think I might be a little nuts by the time February rolls around. So I'll do my best to keep up with blogging but, you know. No promises. '
But for today, I'm home sweet home and I'm loving this week's Road Trip Wednesday question:
This Week's Topic is: Good for a laugh: who is your favorite comedian or funny book and/or movie?
Y'all, this could be a whole other blog for me. Seriously. I spend my whole life, practically, reading and/or staring at things on my computer, laughing out loud, and getting weird looks from my friends and family. So to spare you my INFINITE rambling: ten things/people/clips/shows/books/movies that make me laugh, just off the top of my head. (Caveat: some people may find some of these items offensive and/or dumb. In fact, most people will find many of these things dumb. That's just how I roll. But there is some language and stuff--nothing terrible, but since I try to keep it clean around here, thought I'd warn you.) This is NOT a comprehensive list (sorry, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Lucille Ball and Maureen Johnson, to name but a few notably absent funny ladies!)
1) Madeline Kahn
2) Beauty Queens by Libba Bray.
3) Spit takes. And botched spit takes.
4) When SNL gets weird. Really weird.
5) Carol Burnett.
6) Kristen Schaal is a horse.
7) Dinosaur Comics
8) A Christmas Story
9) Marcel the Shell.
10) Michael Sings the Blues