A good laugh is good medicine. Especially the kind of laugh that brings tears to your eyes, makes your belly ache, and forces strange sounds out of you. That’s the kind of laugh that warms the spirit, purges the darkness from the mind, and frees one’s creative spirit. Yes, it’s time to turn the frowns to smiles and the smiles into joyful, heartfelt laughter.
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