I find I absolutely love to belt out a loud cackle of a laugh anywhere, anytime. (People tell me my laugh is not exactly subtle…)
So loud and sudden, that I pulled a side groin muscle. I could not stop laughing for about ten to twenty seconds and was laughing even harder that I hurt myself laughing.
It was great. I guess that’s what you can call bust a gut!
Laughter is a wonderful thing. I love to hear others laugh. It will always make me smile or laugh. It is a precious sound. I love how laughing can just make life sweeter. A day on the job in a serious (and usually negative) workplace can just be better by laughter. Laughter among friends telling stories around a dinner table or over cocktails. Laughter while watching a television show or movie. Laughter while listening to the radio. The sweet sounds of laughter can come from almost anything.
I usually laugh out loud but if I get going, my laughs go silent. And for some reason, sometimes I clap. Is it to help you breathe because you’re trying to catch your breath?
I remembered thinking that going through the hardest time in my life, I could still find a way to genuinely laugh practically everyday. It made me love laughter even more. And I realized the importance of humor through all of life: the good, the bad, the ugly.
I laugh at me. I laugh at others. I laugh at life.
As Charlie Chaplin said, “A day without laughter is a day wasted.”
So get your giggles on today!
What have you laughed at today?