Tuesday, April 9, 2013

A-Z (H)


I love laughter. Some of my absolutely favorite times have been sitting around the dinner table with my family and laughing so hard that tears  stream down our faces. When this happens, the only sound coming out of my mouth is a squeaky breath.  That of course, makes everyone else at the table start start to giggle and then.... we're off!

We all have different laughs.

My oldest daughter laughs at her own jokes which are usually language based. or just darn right silly because she is exhausted.  Those are always very funny times.

My son laughs like a donkey. A loud donkey. It's okay. He won't be offended. He knows it.  he sounds a bit like Arnold Horshack. Remember him from the tv series, "Welcome Back, Kotter?" Hilarious.

My youngest daughter laughs without any noise. the only way you can tell that she is laughing is that her shoulders shake.

I will end this lovely post with the very first joke that my brother learned (and repeated over and over and over again when he was about 4 years old.)

what is the difference between and baby and a soldier?

scroll down for the answer....

A baby loads his diaper and a soldier loads his gun.

Okay. It was funny when he was four.




Pearson Report said...

Hi Linda,

A quick note, I got your comment on my blog. In light of it my H post is for you.

H is for Helping Hand... it explains those things that are frustrating you with Blogger.

I hope it helps - if not, my email contact can be found on my Blogger Profile page - feel free to fire off an email behind the scene and maybe I can walk you through your stuff.

Cheers, Jenny @ PEARSON REPORT

Pearson Report said...

Oh... and this post made me smile.
I remember funny moments with my daughter - we sometimes reminisce about things she did and said and off we go... just like your family!

Great times!

Misha Gericke said...

Hehehehe I have different laughs depending on what I'm laughing at. :-D

Sheila Siler said...


Su-sieee! Mac said...

Yep, I laugh at my own jokes. Someone has gotta. :-)

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