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Monday, February 22, 2010

"I Love to Laugh....Ha Ha Ha Ha"

In our home, growing up, we would watch the same movies over and over and over and over...you get the point...again. It all would depend on which movie was somebody's favorite. Some that I can remember were Bambi, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, The Sound of Music, Beauty and the Beast and Mary Poppins. Because of this I feel like I could quote entire movies. My mom, sister and I like to play the "what movie is this line from" game. They are much better at it then I am but one thing that did stick with me...the songs. The laughing song from Mary Poppins was always one of my favorites which seems appropriate these days because I laugh at everything. Or so I'm told. I have always thought Joe was funny. I love his sense of humor and he can always get a chuckle out of me. But lately, he cracks me up all day long, I mean hysterical laughter. So the other night Sara was out with us and the same thing happened. Little did I know that when I got up to go the bathroom (shocker I know) they made a bet to see who could make me crack up first. Sara said something to him like "wow, I must be really funny, because Melissa is laughing at everything I say." Joe burst her bubble and told her he thinks it is a side effect of pregnancy and not to get a big head:) Well I guess I have noticed that I've been laughing a lot but in their defense they really are pretty funny.
At least I am laughing all the time....and not crying or being witchy:)

1 comments:

Hannah said...

LOL too funny! Oh I remember laughing stories growing up!...here's one about Sara *wink* do you remember your old house in Lincoln Village...(of course-lol) well do you remember that time that Sara ran through the back screen door and your mom, you an dI started laughing because it was so unexpected and just funny how she fell through? Do you remember Sara was at that age that she didn't so much appreciate us laughing and stormed off saying "stop laughing at me!! All you guys do is LAUGH!" ...I love ya Sara!