Never Stop Laughing


You don’t stop laughing because you grow old,

You grow old because you stop laughing


This is so true.

When you lose your ability to laugh I feel a piece of you just starts to die. What keeps us alive is our ability to laugh.

It never fails, if I want to cry over something that has happened, I always find myself laughing. I’ve even gotten in trouble at times due to this.  However, I would never change it.


I know I will be an 80-year-old woman who feels half her age due to my ability to laugh. I have met many, many people through this blog who live their life with the same theory. That no matter what garbage that has been thrown their way, they still find a way to laugh.

I wish at times I could help everyone find the humor in a moment. It is even more critical to find our laughter in our darkest moments. It is what helps us survive those times. The greatest feedback I receive is when folks let me know that my blog is part of their daily routine for a laugh. I feel privileged and honored.


Let’s all commit to spend the rest of our time here on this earth laughing.

When you have those days where you can’t find your laughter from within, then quickly find your laughter through friends (real or cyber) or through any method you can (TV, movies, Facebook, people watching) – anything – just find it!

I promise, that laugh will help you get moving again.


~~~till we laugh again~~~

0 thoughts on “Never Stop Laughing

  1. photosfromtheloonybin

    I’m committed!! Well, I mean I should be committed LOL! But seriously, I couldn’t agree with you more. I still act silly and laugh all the time and I’m sure people think I should grow up sometimes, but I too will be the 80 year old who will feel half her age because I will still be able to laugh myself silly and laugh at myself as well. Take the other night for instance. All the girls from work went to see the movie Magic Mike, and I wore a bib to catch my drool! It was hilarious and it got everyone laughing that night!! 🙂

      1. photosfromtheloonybin

        Damn, I knew I should have had someone take a picture of me with the bib on!!! I went to my son’s baseball game this week and there were girls there who were sitting in front of us at the theatre, and they were telling everyone about our bibs!! LOL

  2. buckwheatsrisk

    it’s weird my body will involuntarily start laughing when it’s in a lot of pain or when i get overwhelmed at times…the tiff i had with my Hubby it was so weird but I started laughing and i couldn’t help it, it came out of know where and i couldn’t stop…can’t say that went over well with Hubby at all…
    I am going to email you a little something! 😉

  3. diannegray

    Laughing is so contagious! When we were kids our parents made us go to church and I couldn’t look at my older sister because she would always be giggling at something – if I looked at her I would start giggling as well. The problem is – if you’re in church – you can’t stop it!!! 🙂 🙂

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