Genuine Laughter

I can’t even. Pure joy is infectious. I wasn’t going to post today, but…. Thanks to George. ☺

The Off Key Of Life

I don’t know this woman but she’s the kind of person I’d like to know. Anyone who can generate this kind of laughter at something as simple as what you’re about to see is worth hanging out with…:)

If you’re not laughing out loud by the time this is over, I think someone should be taking your pulse.


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33 Responses to Genuine Laughter

  1. I watched this video yesterday and found her laughter completely infectious. It’s the sort of unbridled joy we all need to experience once in a while. I was also kicking myself for not getting my husband this mask for Father’s Day. He and the boys would have loved it but I’m told the video going viral has pushed the price up to $200.

  2. Funny! “…sharing it with my friends on the Internet Web….

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  4. Oh, I saw this yesterday on Breakfast TV. So funny, and yes, very infectious 🙂

  5. Ah! I saw this yesterday and you just can’t help laughing with her even as she unwrapped the mask. It comes right from the bottom of her belly. Infectious 🙂

  6. Ha ha ha. I love her laugh. What fun!

  7. I saw it on Facebook and thought the same thing–uncomplicated joy 🙂

  8. Amber R. says:

    Saw it on Facebook too and I couldn’t help but laugh along with her! So funny and a laugh like that was much needed! 🙂

  9. Haha…loved it…especially the way she was saying “Stay patient” 😀

  10. So funny, loved her laughter!

  11. Elyse says:

    Oh that is funny. Thanks so much for posting it!

  12. amommasview says:

    Oh she made me laugh out loud when I saw it on TV…

  13. AmyRose🌹 says:

    OMG this is SO funny, Van!!! When I start laughing that hard I snort. Hehehehe I really needed this laugh! Thank YOU! ❤

  14. Rowena says:

    Thanks so much for posting this, Van, Had a good laugh but as the rest of the family is asleep, I quickly had to turn down the volume.
    I bought myself a zebra onesie and wore it down to the beach with the kids for a hoot. I felt so good. You can get caged in as a mom and expected to wear something akin to a straight jacket, only you’re not really conscious that you’re wearing it. Only that you’ve changed. It does us a bit of good to step out there oon the wild side every now and then and do something a bit out there. That Mom is inspirational!
    xx Rowena

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