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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine. — Lord Byron

With the Sydney Comedy Festival playing in our neighbourhood, I've been making the most of it! Having taken in 4 shows, I've been laughing a lot lately. On Sunday my husband had to work, so I thought we'd taken in a movie that night, so his weekend wasn't a total bust, but there was nothing on at the right time. In the end we took a punt on one of the $20 comedians who was on at 6pm, so we'd be home in time to put the kids to bed.

We laughed solidly for an hour and then went home, happy and relaxed. There's something in laughter that releases endorphins.

So currently in life, I am loving laughter. I am loving the Sydney Comedy Festival and I'm loving where I live - that everything is so close and easy to get to.

Have you been to the Comedy Festival yet? There's one week to go!
Do you love where you live?
Too bad we can't claim comedians on the health fund....


Linking with #OpenSlather & #WWOAT

10 comments:

  1. Laughter absolutely is the best medicine. #teamlovinlife

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  2. Love this! The power to smile or laugh is ours.

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  3. What a lovely post! Reminds me that I really need to laugh more. Life can get far too serious can't it? How wonderful to have a comedy festival near you. :-) #TeamLovinLife

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  4. Laughter is the best medicine and a good belly laugh is good for the soul!

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  5. A good laugh is best medicine. I recently attended the Melbourne Comedy Festival and have never laughed so much in my life. #teamlovinlife

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  6. I totally agree, though sometimes, unfortunately, it can be really hard to find intelligent comedy that's not crass and full of smutty innuendo or overly peppered with expletives. I took my young adult sons to the Melbourne Comedy Festival about 8 years ago - I took a risk and let them choose who we saw - and it was wonderful, we laughed 'til we cried!!

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  7. Nice post and nothing like a good laugh I laugh at anything LOL :-)

    Have a giggletastic week :-)

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  8. Oh I totally agree, a good laugh makes me feel fantastic! I get my dose from watching comedy festivals on the telly though. Will have to put seeing a live show on the list of must do things :)

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  9. Laughing is definitely therapeutic and good for the soul. I love watching comedies.
    dropping by from #openslather.

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  10. I just saw the signage on the Enmore Theatre for the Comedy Festival (as we are staying just down the block for Chelsea chemo) I really must go one of these days soon

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