What made you laugh & cry?

The "Questions Over Coffee" series is designed to instigate interesting conversation, especially for individuals, loved ones, and caregivers coping with illness. The questions can also be used to connect with healthy loved ones, friends, clients, strangers and ourselves. Grab a cup of coffee (or tea!) and start talking . . .

I found myself gasping for air and trying to keep my mascara intact one evening as my friends and I made our way home. We had a lovely evening supporting a local nonprofit at their annual benefit dinner, followed by some live music at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake. Throughout the evening, my friend had been having a wardrobe malfunction - the second button on her blouse kept coming undone. We notified her of the issue a few times, but then we must have missed it. As we walked out of The Lodge, I looked over and 3 buttons were undone and my friend was exposed. She had just asked the young valet to get her car and she realized she had probably just given him the biggest tip of the night. Our laughter started with a giggle and then erupted into uncontrolled laughter. The three of us had tears streaming down our faces all the way home. We can only imagine what that poor valet was thinking.

Please share, ask questions, leave comments, suggest topics, and tell stories! I want to hear about your moments of magic, miracles, and synchronicity.

Dare to be immortal.


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