Thanks for stopping by my blog. I posted one of the pictures of my daughter and her kitty if you want a smile. You're gonna want to reach and and pinch both of them. Ha, ha!
Yes, I agree, laughter definitely IS the BEST medicine! While I was eating a late breakfast, I had the TV on. "Reba" - have you ever seen it? I've seen all the episodes they're airing, but I still Laugh Out Loud. I love laughing, and I have to laugh out loud. When my husband and I are watching a comedy on TV, he'll be sitting over there smiling, so I know he's enjoying it. But I don't know how anyone can NOT laugh out loud. It feels SO good. And the bonus is all those good hormones my body releases when I do it.
I read on your SparkPage that you are in your 80's! Good for you not letting age slow you down. My husband turned 70 this year. He goes to the gym everyday for a few hours. He owns a business with his brother, so he works everyday, as well. Not much slows him down. My mother, on the other hand, is 85. She just had hip replacement surgery and is doing well. But her goal was to be pain free. She couldn't wait to get out of rehab, not so she could get back to an active life, but so she could get back home where she could sit in front of the TV all day and veg. It's a shame because she's a very gregarious person by nature. Her best day is Sunday when she goes to church and sees all her friends of all ages. People invite her to lunch, but she won't go. It's nice that she loves her own company, but she just sits. I'd give her a computer to connect with the world, but she doesn't have the patience. She won't even take her cordless phone's 2nd handset off the cradle to the bedroom. No matter how many times I tell her, she still thinks it has to be in the cradle when she's not using it.
Anyway, I want to be like you. I'm 60, and my daughters call ME for tech support. I love it!