It’s true; it might. Or we can take into consideration the fact that I just spent the night with a very good friend of mine, Sam, who seemed to laugh at a good majority of what I had to say.
Maybe she just thinks I am funny–no more or less than usual. But with this whole blogging thing, I am spending a lot more time thinking about what I am doing, what I am saying, and how I am feeling. Just for the simple reason that I am looking for things to write about. I tend to be more engaged in the present when I am thinking about what to write next. I am looking for fodder, subject material.
It is a nice thought that this heightened empathy towards the world that I find myself in, would make me more humorous. It is better than the alternative. It would be sad if I was more engaged, and subsequently a more depressing person because of it.
Anyway, just a little food for thought. Chew on it.