From laughing momentarily with a train conductor after an automatic door kept refusing to completely shut (it's one of those "have to be there" moments) this morning to calling my best friend and experiencing him telling me a joke he could barely tell thanks to his ridiculous laughter. Laughter… I believe it’s actually therapeutic. I see this when something really tickles my mum and she’s laughing by herself on the sofa, with the most lovely, happy expression on her face. I see this when my friends and I all come together because of laughter.
A way a lot of us wind down when we can is to watch comedy- whether that be a series or a stand-up comedian. Even if we aren't physically laughing, we enjoy how it makes us feel some form of laughter (in our heads or literally). Laughing means forgetting about whatever worries; it means coping better with worries; it means really enjoying a moment.
What a damn good life I have filled with laughter.
Gratitude & Happiness,
The Girl in the Moonlight.