God does have a sense of humor, or at least He does with His interactions with me. I’ve actually debated on starting a thread on the topic to see if anyone else has funny moments happen to them.
My most recent time was when I was sitting in my adoration slot during a silent retreat at 2 in the morning. I grew up in the middle of nowhere (and wish I was living still in the middle of nowhere) but sometimes I have a serious over active imagination. It was dark out and I kept thinking of a scenario where someone would start pounding on the emergency exit door and I’d look over seeing their face pressed against the door. This was because a coworker had just told me he had seen a face pressed against his glass door at night and it freaked him out until he realized it was a raccoon looking in. It was super distracting having this scenario going through my head and I kept apologizing to the Lord while also hinting that it would be great if He’d keep it from happening. Well, 20 minutes into my hour I heard pounding coming from the back of the Church. I remember looking at the exposed host going, “Really?!” I attempted to ignore it hoping it wasn’t someone trying to get into the retreat center while being prepared to grab the Lord and run if someone was trying to steal, but they kept banging. So I went to the back of the chapel and looked out to see someone with their face pressed against the glass like I had been imagining. It turned out to be two ladies showing up early (2 AM early, odd but true) for a retreat starting the next day. I let them in and got back to adoration and wasn’t distracted anymore and had a good laugh with the Lord. I have a feeling it was Him trying to give me a bit of humor on the retreat because I had just had a revelation of His love of me even in my sinfulness the day before that left me drained and sobbing. So I’m pretty sure He was saying “stop dwelling on this scenario” and “have some joy” at the same time.
Things like this happen to me all the time. It’s almost like the Lord goes “If you’re going to keep thinking about it I’m going to show you that you can handle it even if you think you can’t. Come laugh with me when you’re done.” If I was an artist I’d want to draw an image of the Lord, face pressed to the window, going “Alright, it’s happened. Let’s move on now.” for my own personal amusement.