Sunday, 30 March 2014

Laughter is the best medicine...

...unless of course you've had a major operation and have stitches.  In which case, laughter is likely to cause you a great deal of pain.

We had a bad Friday night - we just couldn't sleep

Anyway, Saturday we were tired and very weary.  Well, I read one of those websites that post autocorrect mistakes - exhibit A:
I laughed until I was nearly sick.  I laughed until tears streamed down my face.  I laughed until Gary started laughing in sympathy (and a modicum of concern).

Inappropriate as most of them were, they TOTALLY cheered me up.

Laughing takes the edge off even the most painful situation and it is often healing.

Note: laughing at someone in a painful situation is not good.  Gary are you listening?  Gary finds people falling over to be the highest form of humour. Not every one agrees.  Especially me. Ha.

Crying - good. Let it out.
Laughing - good. Let it in.

Note 2: telling someone to laugh when they've just stubbed their toe may result in injury...yours.

P.S. Happy Mother's Day!


  1. You saying thing like this are NOT funny?

    1. Hahahaha OK husband I concede, sometimes it's funny. :P

  2. Or this?

  3. Or even this?

    1. Hahaha husband you are the king of slapstick humour. LOL