Monday, November 19, 2012

of laughter and friends...

We were at a dinner party over the weekend...
at the home of good friends.
Just in case we ran out of things to talk about (like that would ever happen)...
we were each given a question to respond to.

I was to share where I go when I need a good laugh.

That was easy to answer.
I go and spend time with good friends.
Their laughter is contagious!

Just as lotions and fragrance give sensual delight, 
 a sweet friendship refreshes the soul. 
Proverbs 27:9 The Message

So true.  
Solomon knew whereof he spoke! 


  1. What a great photo! It perfectly illustrates your point. I go to You Tube and grab one of those laughing baby videos. ☺

  2. Joy that spills over into laughter...with loved ones....I am just now thinking there is nothing more precious on earth.
    How funny to think it is something that can not be weighed or measured, bought or sold yet can be gathered and kept in one's heart forever...for free!

  3. It looks like you had a wonderful time together, Judy! We also met with friends this weekend for dinner --they treated us for our upcoming move. It was an evening of tears and joy mingled.

  4. So good to be together and laugh! Eating was good, too. :0)

  5. Oh I agree...its hard to beat a good laugh with friends

  6. Laughter is such good medicine, and laughter with friends is double (or triple) the pleasure!

  7. There is nothing quite so good as time spent with good friends.

  8. I'm never more flattered than when friends say to my husband and I, "Come on over. We need some good laughs." Laughter adds years and years to a life.

  9. Looks like you all had such a wonderful time...and I truly missed a good evening. Always looking forward to more good times ahead.

  10. What a great idea for conversation!


  11. Laughter is the best medicine, especially when accompanied with good friends and good food. I like the question idea. I found that is a great way to learn more about each other.

  12. We take such pleasure in hosting our friends and consider it a privilege. And being invited to someone else's home is a much appreciated gift. Friendship and hospitality should never be held lightly but should be celebrated at every opportunity.


'The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it.'
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson