IASBT, part two of many

Moments that put everything else into perspective:

Spending lunch with two good friends, laughing so hard that we couldn’t breathe, couldn’t talk, and certainly couldn’t finish the conversation that prompted all the laughter.

Part of what made it all so funny was the fact that we were in a public cafeteria in a public building, surrounded by both folks we worked with (and should probably maintain some kind of professional manner around) and the general public, whose view of county employees would be shaped by our actions.

And another part of what made it all so funny was the topic which prompted the laughter, a topic that, in itself, is among the first things to provoke laughter in humans, and remains funny right up until our final days.

I wish I could do justice to that moment.