Smiling increases face value
Have you ever heard someone say, smile it increases your face value? I have and want to share who wrote this., meet American Author: Robert Harling
" Smile, it increases your face value. " A quote from the American writer Robert Harling states a reality-based quote which helps you to increase your beauty and appearance just from a natural jewelry that is free called as SMILE.
A few days ago I caught up with my friends and neighbors who I've gotten to know, all sharing laughter as we share stories and jokes around other topics that pop up during our afternoon or some wee hours of the evenings. When I caught up with them, they usual say, "here comes trouble," as I never know what I'm going to say, but it's always done with love and respect, the shared goal is laughter and smiling.
Boy do we smile, this evening just plain goofiness. This past evening we spent a fair amount of time of laughing about the pronunciation of General Tso's Chicken, dark meat, white meat, and also Crab Rangoon the cream cheese puffs, we each had our own way of pronuncing these.
Another funny share...picture me eating candy and placing the wrappers in the one ladies jacket pockets, the prankster I am. It was priceless, her going out another day and reaching into her pocket wondering where did this come from, "I bet it was Steve,." next day she asked me and I confessed yes and smiles and a hug.
Out of nowhere I say adult diapers can be bought in bulk, 4,000 shipped in boxes at $.89 each and we laughed on that. Sometimes we just laugh off each others laughter and tonight was one of those nights.
Laughter and smiling release Endorphins which, "make us feel happier and less stressed. They also act as the body's natural painkillers. For sufferers of chronic pain, laughing and smiling can be very effective in pain management, as can laughing off the pain when you bump an elbow or fall over."
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Many of us are up in age, me the baby at age 60 so we all suffer from one aliment or another but all with chronic pain. So we laugh.
Photo's of friends and family
in my life last November 2018