It's easy to get caught up in the demands, frustrations, and seriousness of everyday life.
Deadlines must be met, the house needs to be cleaned (by house I mean the tiny one bedroom studio), the fridge needs to be stocked and laundry is piling up.
And we don't even have kids yet.
What I've learned lately is that sometimes it's okay to let the little things wait (oh the joys of not owning a dishwasher) until later, or at the very least celebrate when you've accomplished the big things by doing something fun.
I love the above quote as a reminder that not only is it okay to have fun despite the busyness and serious demands of life, it's important to have fun.
It's been coming up more and more in conversations lately with friends and family:
Life is short.
Make it count, each and every day, and have fun while you do it.