Sunny, Cloudy, Stormy, and Foggy
Check out some of my favorite posts near the end of the post.
My post last week reminded me about this teaching I heard at a Christian Women’s conference.
In her book Help! I’m Laughing and I Can’t Get Up, Liz Curtis Higgs tells about what she calls, The Four Humor Personalities.
They are, and I quote:
“Sunny – Fun-loving, people orientated, enthusiastic, and energetic, the Sunny soul loves life and enjoys being center stage, but hates getting organized, often arrives late, and never remembers names! Sunnies laugh no matter what the weather. Of those surveyed, 32 percent shone like the sun.
Cloudy – Serious, purposeful, logical, and neat, the Cloudy person is conscientious, thoughtful, and altogether wonderful-as long as you don’t mind having a moody perfectionist in your midst. Cloudies are saving their laughs for a rainy day. Among our contributors, 28 percent are not convinced every cloud has a silver lining.
Stormy – The born leader of the bunch, the stormy is part hard-working visionary who gets things done and keeps things moving, someone who isn’t too difficult to get along with, as long as you do it their way! Stormies laugh wherever and whenever they feel like it.
Foggy – Everybody’s friend, the peace-loving Foggy would rather watch then get involved, is a great listener and mediator, and has a dry sense of humor-when they’re not being a wet blanket! As laughers go Fogies are great smilers. Because they’re so quiet, you might not notice the 17 percent among those surveyed who are in a fog.”
Our family has had hours of fun and laughter discussing this topic. Try it – it would be a fun school project to try to determining each person’s personality type.
You really need to read the entire book to get all that she has to say about these humor types. I hope this will just make you want more – if so you can purchase her book Help! I’m Laughing and I Can’t Get Up on Amazon.
Let’s make some room for laughter in our homes and schools.
Now for a few of my favorite posts from this week:
Jacqueline at Deep Roots at Home shares Why Have We Stopped Protecting Our Daughters?
Tyanne at Visionary Womanhood shares about A Complicated Relationship: Honoring your Parents in Adulthood
Ann VosKamp shares at A Holy Experience shares So God Made A Mother
Finding Joy and Laughter in the Journey,
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