She says " laugh is excellent in many ways.It makes you feel close to other people. It relaxes you.It creates unforgettable memories.It helps building deep wrinkles around your mouth(not sure if I like that idea!!!!)but it is living proof you laugh a lot. It makes you feel alive and happy1
Laughing is what a baby does most of the time. It's only when we become adults, that we seem to laugh less, although that's not true for everyone," I think Anne is right, sadly I seem to laugh less these days!
So to start to answer Anne's questions,
How often do you laugh?
What makes you laugh? Confess all the little things you laugh about
Share your videos or photos
Thankfully I don't have deep wrinkles round my mouth......yet!!I don't often laugh out loud and as Peter says, I laugh inwardly!
It is a very snowy today and the snow is swirling round in the strong wind. Peter had a phone !call at 7.30am from his boss telling him not to try and get today so he is home too. Buses have stopped and all the schools have now closed so today was an ideal day to stay snug indoors and I looked for laughing photos in my archives.
Retreat photos over the years with other scrappers have produced photos of me laughing and messing around. I definitely need people around me
More tomorrow and I will finish today with my last March views...more snow!!
11am from our bedroom window, the road has so little traffic that it is covered in snow again
Our back garden at 12 noon.. More snow has fallen and still falling as I write this!!
It takes a lot to make Peter laugh like this but when he is comfortable with close friends and family he can really laugh too.