June 21, 2008

Laugh A Little

There is a time to laugh; and when the time comes, what ever you do, don't miss it. Express yourself in pure joy. Laughter is a victory over a world of ills that plague us. And when I can laugh at myself, that is some victory --(does this mean I have become an adult?)

Laughter is good medicine for relieving the strain of life, loosening tight nerves, and increasing strength for the performance of duties, and it is better that the pharmaceutical kind.

One more thing -- it will keep you from being a bore!


A Stone Gatherer said...

Love to laugh! Our whole family laughs alot! Learning to laugh at myself!

Halfmoon Girl said...

Yes, good advice. I keep pretty busy laughing at myself! I provide a lot of humorous material.

Anonymous said...

I ♥ to laugh!

(pretty pic btw!)

Anonymous said...

YES!! (wink)

elexisb said...

Yesterday my little one was squeezing my biggest's cheeks into funny looking faces. The little one was laughing so hard it made my hysterical just to hear. I know Ayla's cheeks were hurting, I could see it on her face, but she let Shay continue as she watched me the whole time. She said, 'Mommy I like when you laugh.' It was so precious.

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Amen sistah!!!

I love the scene in Mary Poppins where they laugh so hard they float to the ceiling.

Ramblins of a middle-aged goddess said...

You have been very into things lately..I mean thinking kind of deeply!! but that is good and YES this means you are an adult. You have grown up..OH NO!!
Come see what our small group bible study did for us today...stop by


Kay Martin said...

Oh, yes, the joy of our Lord just has to mean we will laugh often. The Bible tells us they will know us by our love for one another. I'm not very loving unless I'm laughing regularly. When I'm honest I do some of the nuttiest things that are truly funny!!! You have a rare gift to bring laughter to others...that makes you a treasure in my book.