March 1, 2013

Flash Blog: Laughter

Different types of laughter can be as telling and distinctive as manners of speech – chuckling, chortling, giggling, twittering, sniggering, etc.  How do your characters laugh?


Personally, no type of laughter is as precious to me as that of my nieces.  Many would, I believe, agree with the general sentiment that children's laughter can be heartening, curative, and inspiring.  We should all pay more attention to that beautiful sound.

12 comments :

  1. The laughter of a child is such a wonderful sound. That is what I talked about in my post for today too :-)

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    1. I think that picture subliminally directed many of our posts! ;-)

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  2. I’ve never done a BlogFlash before –this is fun. Please be sure to leave the URL to your blog when you visit mine so others can find it. Thanks – Bobbie
    http://myhusbandlooksbetter.com/?page_id=6

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  3. Hi Bobbie, I haven't done this before either! We'll see what comes of it..

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  4. I love children's laughter. It is free and unfettered by experience and darkness. It is so pure! I love this Blog Flash!

    http://cabingoddess.com/2013/03/21-prompts-21-days-march-blogflash2013-day-1/

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    1. Thanks, Kriss! Even on day one, this seems to have produced some interesting posts. Can't wait to read more throughout the month.

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  5. Visiting from the flash. I so agree about children's laughter. I think because it is so genuine that it resonates so with us adults.

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    1. Your comment ties in nicely with the topic for day 3 – I wonder how those posts will turn out :-)

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  6. Such a lovely post, Aria! I definitely agree we should be sure to enjoy children's laughter. It's good for the heart!

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    1. Thanks, Terri! & Thanks for hosting this entire endeavor!

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  7. I once went for a massage after riding the bus with about six babies in their strollers with their mom's. I told him about and he said, "do you know how completely you've just relaxed?" Nothing like it.

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    1. Absolutely, as long as those 6 babies aren't all crying at once.. ;-)

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