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Humour in The Snow…(A true story)

By Humor in the workplace, Humour, laughter therapy, Uncategorized

Humour in the Snow… by Mike Moore

Life does bring about changes in our lives often without us realizing it. Such was the case with Carol ( my wife) and I recently.

The snow had fallen over night to the tune of 8 to10 cm. Carol, ( a Timmins girl who loves the winter) suggested that we go out and make snow angels on the front lawn… like we used to. Being a husband who always wants to please his wife, I agreed.

There we were standing facing one another on the front lawn ready to fall backward into the freshly fallen snow…laughing our hearts out. We fell, waved our hands and feet and voila the angels appeared.

Now hear comes the revelation..WE COULDN’T GET UP. Our minds were youthful but something weird had happened to our bodies. We could not stand up. I had to crawl over to the lilac tree and hoist myself up by grabbing on to the trunk. Then I could help my wife.

The laughter was something to behold……side splitting!!

Lesson learned? When you are of a certain age never make snow angels at the same time. Do it individually so you can be available to help the other up after the angel appears. The important thing here is to never stop wanting to make snow angels even if the flesh is weaker than it used to be.

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Light Up with Laughter FREE

By Cartoons, Humour, laughter therapy

“If it feels good to laugh then laugh to feel good.”

Light Up with Laughter

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10 reasons why laughter is the best medicine in our quest for health, happiness and the joy of living:

  • Cuts stress in half by reducing cortisol
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Increases your energy
  • Promotes happiness and joy
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Promotes healing (physical and emotional)
  • Positive humour fosters a positive attitude
  • Promotes social flexibility
  • Increases endorphins (feel good chemicals)
  • Humour has been called SOCIAL GLUE because it bonds us to one another and reduces social conflict

 

The world needs humour and laughter in a BIG WAY!! Reasons why you need this great book:

  • Stress is making us ill and even killing us
  • We’re living in an age of Rage
  • Violence continues to hurt and divide us
  • We can’t get along with one another at home, at work and even at play
  • We live in fear of so many things and we worry constantly about things that will never happen
  • Huge numbers of us are on antidepressants and tranquilizers (28 million Americans are on antidepressants)

 

Light Up with Laughter

By Cartoons, Humour, laughter therapy

“If it feels good to laugh then laugh to feel good.”

Light Up with Laughter

Purchase your digital copy here for only $7.00

If you would like a FREE digital copy of Light Up with Laughter( The humour and health connection) just Click Here and join my free Newsletter Mike’s Lifeline/Laughline

10 reasons why laughter is the best medicine in our quest for health, happiness and the joy of living:

  • Cuts stress in half by reducing cortisol
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Increases your energy
  • Promotes happiness and joy
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Promotes healing (physical and emotional)
  • Positive humour fosters a positive attitude
  • Promotes social flexibility
  • Increases endorphins (feel good chemicals)
  • Humour has been called SOCIAL GLUE because it bonds us to one another and reduces social conflict

 

The world needs humour and laughter in a BIG WAY!! Reasons why you need this great book:

  • Stress is making us ill and even killing us
  • We’re living in an age of Rage
  • Violence continues to hurt and divide us
  • We can’t get along with one another at home, at work and even at play
  • We live in fear of so many things and we worry constantly about things that will never happen
  • Huge numbers of us are on antidepressants and tranquilizers (28 million Americans are on antidepressants)