©April, 2011 by Donna Cunningham, MSW
I distinctly remember last April. Our group of blogging buddies was coming down off the high of the 2010 International Astrology Day Blogathon and wondering what we could do for an encore.
Then I found out that it was National Humor Month, and since astrologers are some of the funniest folks out there, we joined to post astrological humor on our blogs.
Fast forward to April, 2011. It’s gotten a lot harder to laugh, after a series of devastating natural disasters, wars breaking out all over the Mideast and Africa, and another year of a grim economy.
I haven’t written anything funny in months—at least not intentionally—but we all need to laugh more than ever now.
So today, I’m posting a list of past humor pieces, hoping you’ll find a yuk or two to brighten your weekend.
Humor Posts on Skywriter:
- An Improbable Best-Seller List: Self-Help Books for all 12 Signs
- Clients Say the Darndest Things!
- The Astrologer with a Magic Lamp
- And You Thought Pluto Wasn’t Funny!
- Spotlight on Leo—a Tale of three Queens
- Put Yourself in Scorpio’s Shoes
- What’s So Rare as a Day in June? You tell me!
- The Law of Progressive Annoyance—Mars or Jupiter?
- Hyperactive Jupiter Syndrome—The Down Side of an Upbeat Planet
- Chiron: Send in the (Wounded) Clowns
- Mayan Calendar Jokes: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the End of the World
- 10 Impossible Things—Do You Believe?
- Funny Quotes and Cartoons about Uranus, Venus, & Mercury
INDEX OF SKYWRITER’S 470 POSTS by category. Excellent resource for students. Save it to your hard drive rather than print it, and then all the links are live. (Download it here: 1-Articles Index Skywriter 3-2011.)
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Art Credits: Humorous drawings in these posts come from Clipart.com, and I add the captions.