Laughter Therapy

8 October 2014

I am so late in writing this post due to illness so I do apologise and as they say laughter is the best medicine in the world.  I am once again linking up with the lovely Kate on Thin Ice.

When was the last time you laughed out loud? What led to this?
Living with Grotbags is a laugh a minute, we can be sat doing homework or playing when one of us will say something silly or pull a funny face and we both end up in hysterics.  Her misinterpretation of words is one thing that sets us both off giggling and especially watching animals on You've Been Framed.

What is the silliest thing you have ever done?
I was once making a drink in the kitchen and Grotbags was talking to me when I accidentally put the kettle in the fridge instead of the milk, this led to uncontrolled bouts of laughter from G who told me 'I was getting like Grandma', I don't think I needed to hear this.

Ask your child what they would like you to do that is really silly and see what they come up with and reveal all.
Grotbags would love to run around the village in her pyjamas and flip flops, please take note I will not be participating in this event as I do not own pyjamas :).

Is being daft part of your relationship with your partner if any?
My partner is very daft, he does not take anything seriously and this drives me insane at times.  But he will say things to me that make me realise it is probably why I love him.

Who is your favourite comedian/comedienne? When did you last watch or listen to them?
This is a hard question, I don't think I have a favourite but me and the hubby like to go to the comedy nights and see new talents, it makes a fantastic night and obviously I indulge in a few beverages as well.  Over the years I have seen various acts in hotels where hubby has been DJing and often met them afterwards too, its surprising how serious they are when they are not on stage.

Who do you enjoy laughing with most?
It has to be Grotbags, after uncontrolled laughter we often end up cuddling on the sofa.

How good are you at seeing the funny side in challenging situations?If I didn't laugh I would probably cry.

My Joke:
Why was the Mummy so tense?
He was all wound up!

I haven't taken a picture of myself with knickers on my head due to being ill and looking rather appalling, I hope everyone has had a good week and keep smiling.


  1. So sorry you're not feeling well sis! Hope you get better soon! We will have to catch up soon! Miss you xxx

  2. I'm sure I wi be fine :), it seems like ages since I last saw you xx

  3. Looking for Blue Sky9 October 2014 at 08:48

    Sounds like you live in a very happy house :)

  4. Sorry you have been ill and hope today is better for you. I have a daft partner too although he has not as daft as he used to be and I miss that sense of fun a lot and hope to see it come back somehow. My children will love the joke as we are studying Ancient Egypt. Have a great week and I will be posting sometime today with a new theme. @kateonthinice

  5. I do most of the time :) x

  6. Thanks Kate, I am feeling a little better now xx