I Have To Laugh

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I have to laugh at the thought of you all reading yesterday’s post….

I mean, REALLY!

What a picture I leave you with: girl in wheelchair beating the bejezus(sp?) out of a pillow yelling profanities into the morning air.

These are some of the ways I entertain myself it seems.

Latent anger needs a voice. A bad-girl one preferably.

Having done what it has taken to get authentic I now like to watch myself being so.

Truly- who would have thought those noises were in this girl?

Then this morning I am different. Light. Engaged with life. Unembarrassed. Ready for the next thing.

The very best thing to know is that the present doesn’t have a shelf life.

We are.

Then we are again.

And then again.

How fun is that?

A re-do every darn moment.

Sure-others hold tightly to stories they tell of us but those are theirs.

And this is mine.

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7 Responses to “I Have To Laugh”

  1. KK on November 17th, 2014

    Being able to laugh at our own quirks is so great — and so necessary to our well-being.

  2. Pam on November 17th, 2014

    I thoroughly enjoyed yesterday’s post as you are not alone in that action!!! It can be deeply satisfying.

    And it is quite silly too.

    xoxo

  3. Barry on November 17th, 2014

    You’d be fun to be BAD with. Not sure I could keep up though.

  4. Alexis McNaughton on November 17th, 2014

    It made me think there is a foam base ball bat in my near future!

  5. Rita Kindl Myers on November 17th, 2014

    I laughed because I recognize myself in your last post. I like this post too and the self reflection.

  6. Alexandra Eldridge on November 17th, 2014

    Thank the goddesses we can laugh at ourselves. You do it well. xxxA

  7. Barbara on November 18th, 2014

    Sometimes we need to shout it out and let others know…far more scary keeping it inside and being QUIET.
    A new day brings new light.
    Barbara x

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