Do y'all remember the old Jello commercials? Jiggle it. Just a little bit? or was it Wiggle it. Just a little bit? I remember singing it all during Thanksgiving/Christmas meals while playing with the Jello squares. That commercial. That line brought laughter. Silly giggly laughter.
My personality is naturally fun. Except when I'm stressed. Which is most of the minutes I've been a wife and mother. Seriously.
My husband is a prankster, a jokester, a real funny bone. He reminds me to laugh. Except when I don't feel like laughing. Then he just irritates me.
Occassionally, God gives me an elbow to the side and reminds me it's okay to laugh a little. Thanks, Shelly, for being the elbow God used this week. More than okay. He actually commands us to experience laughter.
A cheerful disposition is good for your health;
gloom and doom leave you bone-tired.
That's pretty close to, "Laugh," thus sayeth the Lord. Doncha think?
A favorite laugh from the last few months:
Seeing Wimpy Kid 2. See the movies. They're awesome. My best laugh last year while fighting cancer was the first one.
We, the parrotheads, went to Jimmy Buffett with lots of friends.
|fun with friends|
Sometimes it's as simple as being the first one to use the bathrooms, all three of them, after the cleaning lady comes. Twice a month, I get to use the bathroom all day long without flushing first.
It's really easy to giggle. If ya want to.
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