Silly for Saturday #6…

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Isn’t a baby’s laugh contagious? There is something infectious about it. The video below is especially precious. Baby Micah laughs hysterically as his “stay at home dad” rips up a job rejection letter. Celebrate with this laughter!

 

http://youtu.be/3kkf7UlaO2U

“At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities.”

May your weekend be filled with much laughter and “new possibilities”

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21 thoughts on “Silly for Saturday #6…

  1. This was just precious. What got me also was how the Dad got so involved in it. This was great and thanks for sharing. God Bless, SR

  2. I really love the quote! The idea that laughter is such a powerful action with such great and colorful scope!!! God bless you Big today! (Oh and yes, a child’s laugh is great medicine, and contagious!)

  3. Whoa! FINALLY!!!! The antidote for those pesty rejection letters!!!! Oh, I did love this and almost cannot wait for another rejection letter, so I can play this again and laugh hysterically with this darling child! Thanks so much!

    Laughter doeth good like a medicine, for sure!

  4. Reblogged this on Home's Cool! and commented:
    I know this was meant for Saturday, but God loves laughter any day of the week, I think. And a babe’s laughter is the best. All you writer friends and jobless ones out there–the guy is ripping up a rejection letter. Ha! Too good.!

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