But things have changed. I don't think it's so much that I have changed. I still don't like playing practical jokes, being the victim of practical jokes, or hearing of bullying no matter what the calendar says. But the nature of the jokes have changed. They've become so much more clever, infinitely funnier, and without the mean spirit that used to exist.
I really enjoyed CNN's article about some of the best April Fool's pranks of 2015. They are clever, hilarious, and so creative. Today I want to share some of the other awesome April Fool's pranks I saw yesterday. Hats off to the amazing creativity!
Noell Hyman of Paperclipping shares just how deeply she's jumped into the planner craze here.
Bryan on Scouting shares some upcoming changes to the Boy Scout merit badges here.
And geocaching goes to a whole new level here.
If this is what April Fool's Day means now, I'm totally on board.