Earlier this month, I went with a group of friends to see a comedian. (I won’t say the comedian’s name. I don’t want this post to be mean spirited—that’s not what this blog is about.)
I was looking forward to a night of adult company, good conversation and hearty laughter. Because let’s face it, we all need a good laugh every now and then. After all, laughter has been proven to boost the immune system, lower stress, decrease pain, relax muscles, prevent heart disease, improve mood, ease anxiety, strengthen relationships and much more.
My friends came through with the good company and adult conversation. But what happens when the headlining act doesn’t bring on the laughs and the comedy show only manages to go from bad to worse? Continue reading