Sunday, June 2, 2013

A Sense of Humor

I love looking around and finding things to giggle about.
Today, I celebrate The Funny,
with two funnies for you.

While going for a walk with my grandson, Trey,
I came across this backyard.
We can upon this while going down a back ally.

 Garden Humor at it's finest!!

I have been collecting signs that show 
a sense of humor.

This church has a new sign almost every week.
I'll probably be showing you more in a later post, I'm sure.
(Tom loves to shop at Costco)

 I spotted this sign, the last time I visited Boise.

So until later...
enjoy a giggle or two.

Fun Facts About Laughter:

Laughter is also a pain reliever, as it triggers the release of endorphins, the body's natural 
The physical benefits of laughter are phenomenal. It stimulates the brain, the nervous system, the respiratory system, the hormonal system, and the body's muscles.
In addition, it lowers blood pressure, lightens depression, strengthens the immune system and reduces stress.
For us to stay healthy, we need to release built-up tensions. Many people release their tensions by doing exercise, Yoga, Tai Chi, or meditation. There is however a simpler way, and that is laughter.pain killers, which provide a temporary distraction from the pain.
Medical professionals have recognized the powers of laughter and are starting to use humor and laughter in the treatment of patients.
Laughing is totally natural. It's organic; naturally sweet, 100% wholesome; has no chemicals; no preservatives; no artificial additives; you don't require batteries; it's low in energy consumption and high in body energy gain; it's non-fattening; it's non-polluting; free of cholesterol, trans-fat and saturated fat; you don't have to join an expensive health club, wear ridiculous spandex outfits; you can practice it 24 hours a day; and there is absolutely no cost.



  1. Well! I am certainly laughing at the ball and glove,so cute! I also enjoy reading signs especially when placed outside churches, and have photographed many! They always give me so much to think about. Thanks for sharing these photos, and for the info. Enjoy your day.

  2. Cute post! I love reading church signs too. The one at the Methodist Church across the street says "We are open between Easter and Christmas".

    I didn't know all those things about laughter. But it makes sense. Hope you have a good laugh today.

  3. I can tell that laughter does me a world of good and can absolutely change my outlook and attitude. I like to expose myself to people who have a good sense of humor or outlook often when mine is a little down. Good post.

  4. LOL! That church sign is a hoot! I love Costco, too (though we hardly ever get to go, the nearest is in Dallas). The baseball & glove are great creativity! And, yes... I needed a good laugh this morning... Our little Roo turned two yesterday and we had to celebrate by Facetime... Just makes my heart sad. Thank you for the lift. blessings ~ tanna

  5. Laughter is good medicine, so says the Bible, and that's good enough for me. I love to laugh, especially at myself, although I'm probably not nearly as funny as I think I am.

  6. I love the sense of humor that your blog embraces {through thick and thin} . . .

  7. I loved these. I'm a huge fan of laughter. Lately, I need an extra dose. I'm struggling with some pain, and I really and truly believe that laughter is great medicine.

    I am proactively looking for it.

  8. Oh, how funny! I love business signs, too...some of them are hilarious!


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