Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Laughter Is The Best Medicine #MFRW Authors #18

Welcome back!  I apologize in being lax about commenting on others posts; I attended an event last week and spent Friday and Saturday in La Grange, KY.  It turned out to be a non-event, due to severe storms hitting the area, but I did meet one fan, who, it turned out, had read Class Reunion!  And I didn't even have to bribe  coerce pitch it to her beforehand:)

I then left on Sunday and am spending the week with my parents.  The downside is limited internet, since my dad and I vy for bandwidth.  I've been uploading videos (which have been taking 3-4 hours) and Dad was concerned about the slow internet, so he shut off the modem this morning, while I was the process of uploading another one!  Yeah, Dad didn't understand how 2 computers being used at the same time would slow it down...

But I digress.  This week's topic is laughter.  What sends me into peals of laughter?  I'll give you a hint:




That's right, my granddaughter Alexandria.  She's 4 years old and has a huge imagination:)  

I also find the comic strips Bloom County and Baby Blues hilarious!

What are some things which make you laugh?  Go here to find out others. 






10 comments:

coaldancer said...

Ahhh... grandchildren!!! Becoming a grandmother is the best thing I've ever done :)

Alina K. Field said...

Kids are the best, and your granddaughter is beautiful!

Linda McLaughlin said...

Young children are endlessly entertaining. Alexandria is darling.

Helen Henderson said...

Your granddaughter is beautiful.

Meka James said...

Aww your granddaughter is a cutie. And yay for meeting a fan! Nice when you don't have to bribe them to read. :)

Maureen said...

What a cutie! I have a way until grandchildren (I hope so!!) but still enjoy a lot of fun stories from when my girls were younger.

Alicia Coleman said...

Your granddaughter is beautiful! My grandkids are a riot too!

Ed Hoornaert said...

As you said on my blog, Alexandria and my grandson Wesley would probably get along well.

Robin Michaela said...

She's a cutie! Re: comic strips, I enjoy yours (especially Baby Blues). I used to look forward to Calvin and Hobbes every week, too.

Kenzie Michaels said...

Thank you everyone:) Our Tinkerbell was told yesterday she will not have one bit of trouble in kindergarten next year, since she can count to 37; knows all her shapes and colors; plays well with others (VERY important, lol!), and is a pleasure to have in the classroom:)

I had my doubts, since she's only turning 5 in the next three weeks.....but if the teachers say she's ready, then we'll see how she handles school from 8-3, instead of only 12-3!