Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Laughter is All Around!
Hi everyone! I wanted to share with you all something that happened to me about 35 years ago. I was visiting a Presbyterian church and, as I was listening to the minister preach his sermon, I heard a few loud yawns. The minister took it well and chuckled...and continued. I found it quite rude. Anyway, at the end of the minister's sermon, I spoke to him and told him about the loud yawns, and mentioned that I found it rude. He laughed and said, "Linda, would you like to meet the person who made those yawns?" Taken aback I wasn't sure, but since he was so lighthearted and kind, I thought, "Sure!" He brought me...and introduced me to an older woman. She was blind, and she was the organist of the church. The yawner was nothing more than her seeing eye dog, a beautiful German Shepherd. I had to laugh myself.
I hope that you can all read the above paragraph that I t shared. This is the first time that I have copied and pasted something onto my blog. People told me in the past than in order to copy and paste something, I first needed to paste it into Word, then copy and paste it here. It looks a little overlapping, but I hope you can all read it without problems.
I responded to a post on Gorge's Grouse and shared my above experience with him, as a post he had made reminded me of it. He suggested that I share it here with you all, thinking you would enjoy it. Hope you do! Editing this post to add that I don't know how to get rid of the white background on this. Sorry about that.
The video I am sharing here is another Just for Laughs Gag by the group, as I have mentioned before, the majority of their gags are done right here in Montreal. Enjoy!
The photo I am sharing today is one that I took in August, 2011. None of the things in the photos I share are "mine", they are things that I have found on my walks and liked enough to take a photo of. Only the photos are mine. :) You just need to click on the image to see a larger view.
Thank you all so much for visiting me here! I hope that this post brings you laughter and smiles. I always appreciate and enjoy reading your thoughts, which you can always share by clicking on the 'comments' link at the end of my post.