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Don’t Be Afraid To Laugh
Yesterday I wrote about the onset of spring. The sun is (has been) shining, the birds are (have been) singing, and the first dandelion popped up in our flower bed yesterday – right through the “weed barrier” that’s supposed to … Continue reading
Posted in Laughter Tagged comic relief, Dave Glardon, fear, ghost, health, humor, imagination, laughter, snakes, stress, therapeutic humor, weather, worry 12 Comments
Have A Couple Of Seats!
My weight loss program has been experiencing technical difficulty. I say that because technically I should be losing weight. But either the scale is playing an early April Fool’s joke on me, or I’ve been eating entirely too many sunflower … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Laughter Tagged comic relief, Dave Glardon, health, humor, laughter, obesity, weight loss 23 Comments
What Are You Worried About?
Comedian Ron White tells a funny story about flying from Flagstaff, Arizona to Phoenix. Shortly after takeoff, the plane experienced engine problems and had to return to Flagstaff. According to Ron, the guy seated next to him was losing it … Continue reading
Posted in Laughter Tagged Dave Glardon, death, health, humor, illness, laughter, therapeutic humor, worry 19 Comments
We’ve Got Names For People Like Me
In yesterday’s column, I mentioned that I ride a motorcycle. It’s a big bike. The industry calls it a heavy cruiser. I call it a hog. Either way, it’s my favorite form of transportation. Unless it’s cold or raining. And … Continue reading
Posted in Humor Tagged Dave Glardon, diversity, hillbilly, humor, laughter, life, midlife crisis, therapeutic humor, war 21 Comments
The Freezy Rider
I rode my motorcycle to work today. I know for most of you, that’s not a big deal. But for those of us who ride, it is. And I couldn’t have picked a better day. The roads are dry, the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Dave Glardon, health, humor, kids, laughter, snow, spring, therapeutic humor, winter 19 Comments
Would You Stop Acting Your Age?
“You’re only as old as you feel.” That saying has been around a lot longer than any of us. It’s a statement of rebellion against time and the effect it has on us all. It’s a refusal to give in. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged aging, Dave Glardon, humor, kids, laughter, parenting, relationships, therapeutic humor 438 Comments
A while back, I wrote about a prank some co-workers played on me and the laughs we shared years later because of it. From the emails I received, I think we have a few practical jokers in our midst and … Continue reading
Posted in Humor Tagged comic relief, Dave Glardon, humor, laughter, practical jokes, stress, therapeutic humor, workplace 11 Comments
Weekend Message – February 19, 2011
Surprise, it’s Saturday! Okay, I normally don’t post on weekends but I decided to start sending a short message at the end of each week to thank you for inviting me into your day. When I started this blog, I had no idea … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged comedy, comic relief, Dave Glardon, humor, kids, laughter, therapeutic humor, weekend 6 Comments
Any Big Plans For My Weekend?
Okay, yesterday’s post was a little dry. From the two comments I got (my wife and brother), I guess I spent a little too much time talking about feeling sick. So shoot me. You see, that’s the beauty of blogosphere. … Continue reading
Posted in Humor Tagged Dave Glardon, humor, laughter, projects, relationships, therapeutic humor, weekend 12 Comments
Blow Your Nose & Smell A Rose
It’s official. I’m sick. Not sick as in twisted and demented, though I’m sure some people may disagree with that assessment. My wife would be at the top of that list. But that’s okay, I got this cold from her. … Continue reading
Posted in Humor Tagged Dave Glardon, health, humor, illness, laughter, therapeutic humor 1 Comment