Light at the end of the tunnel is a phrase most of us have heard all our lives and sometimes literally has happened for some. There have been times in my life that have felt like a long black tunnel and all I could do was simply just keep walking, one foot in front of the other and hope I reached the light before I gave up and stopped but somehow, the light always seemed to appear at the right moment. Now you can roll your eyes and disagree with me and comment on how my life hasn’t been either that bad or isn’t that great but it’s my life and I am actually the only one who has physically lived it and should know, right?In my own opinion, we are ,as human beings right now, in that figurative tunnel and we can either give up looking for the light and walking towards it and just sit down and rot in that one spot or we can just keep walking. That is what I personally am going to do as “rotting in place” isn’t that much fun. So, I will continue to laugh and joke(sometimes, very badly but I’m no Mel Brooks!) and be myself and if you like that,by all means ,join me and if you don’t…well, don’t, it is your choice but laughing is a lot more fun than crying and smiles almost always make one’s face look a lot better than a severe frown and I am tired of trying to make you laugh and feel better when you are determined to feel bad. By the way, if you are incensed or offended or ticked off by this opinion,stop a second and think about why because it truly is not directed at one person in particular ( I find myself doing the same thing and sometimes I realize I am guilty and sometimes I am reacting to an opinion in a knee jerk response and it wasn’t directed at me), just popped into my head and I decided to let it flow and the easiest way to build a dam is to block up the stream and writers block is a terrible dam to make!