Thursday, August 5, 2010

27th. Stroke

The stroke, a bright orange hue is in appreciation of someone that makes me smile every time I see him who happens to favor this color.

I am in a good mood. I had a long and very enjoyable instant message conversation with a good friend about everything from relationships to laughing in our sleep. You forget how powerful laughter really is until you just feel it trumping your emotions and monopolizing your thoughts leaving you silly and senseless for a moment. Well I remember now and it's great. ~Josh

1 comment:

  1. Yes, when I can laugh, when something happens, or someone says something that makes me laugh, I always feel better for it. This reminds me of a book my Dad told me about years ago. It's a book by Norman Cousins about his self treatment of his illness through laughter. He decides he will do things for a number of hours each day in order to make himself laugh. He watches funny movies and reads funny books etc. in order to cure himself. So simple, yet brilliant. Keep laughing, Mom