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Laughing Out Loud

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Lol...I hope that people that use this term actually do laugh out loud. Life is usually too serious and laughing adds magic to your day somehow. I've said it before and I'll say it again, that is why I'm glad that I am physically uncoordinated. I LAUGH all the time while I work out.

I just got the blow up balance board thru and apparently I blew it up too much because I ... I fell off of it. (LOL) No injuries just fun and maybe a little exasperation. I let some air out and all is as it should be.

This afternoon I tripped while getting off of my stationary recumbent bike. I may actually have some rug burn from that incident (on my chin...very attractive). Also, the ambivalent looks from my two cats did not help at all. But there was laughing.

Last week, the tension band slipped out from under my foot and snapped me in the face (not hard...but shocking none the less... LOL).

Why am I sharing these embarrassing moments with everyone? Well, thru all of this, I realize that the laughing has made working out fun. I ENJOY working out. Never in a million years did I expect to ever say that. Besides, I'd rather laugh with all of you than with my emotionally-stunted cats.

I hope I generated some laughter in your day!


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SIMPLE_TAILOR 12/7/2010 10:48AM

    you are right. A good laugh is often what is needed.

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ALTORECORDER 11/26/2010 3:05PM

    Well, getting up after all the falls I've had from making silly mistakes, just proves to me that I need to learn to pay attention! I have learned to do that, and I have learned that I can enjoy a challenge. My cat and dog love to watch me exercise -- they must wonder at the clumsy human! I think the dog would like to dance. Hmmm. Maybe I'll try that with her.

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