“This is the day the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad.”
I’m a writer and a speaker who’s also the grandmother to two delightful 3-year old boys.
When Laughter Gets Loud
Last Sunday we were together for Mother’s Day. While swinging in the back yard, we got very, very loud. Austin was loud, Enzo was loud, Grandma was loud.
Later we were playing in the house. At one point we again got very, very loud. Austin was loud, Enzo was loud, Grandma was loud.
When we learned that Grandpa Kurt was going to be able to stop by, we hurried to the front porch and jumped up and loud, shouting our loudest.
We’ve been in the middle of a serious time, a time of loss, uncertainty, fear and concern, impatience and misunderstanding.
When Laughter Gets Our Loudest
But last Sunday for a few short minutes I got to laugh my hardest and my loudest thanks to the two little boys.
Anne Lamott calls laughter carbonated holiness. Despite all that we’ve been through and all that we’re continuing to go through, this is the day the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad.
Let us find carbonated holiness!