Laughter is Medicine

An Easter Laugh

A man is driving along a highway and sees a
rabbit jump out across the middle of the road.

He swerves to avoid hitting it, but unfortunately
the rabbit jumps right in front of the car.

The driver, a sensitive man as well as an animal lover,
pulls over and gets out to see what has become of the rabbit.

Much to his dismay, the rabbit is the
Easter Bunny, and he is


The driver feels so awful
that he begins to cry.

A beautiful blonde woman driving down the highway
sees a man crying on the side of the road
and pulls over.

She steps out of the car and asks the man what’s wrong.

“I feel terrible,” he explains, “I accidentally hit the
Easter Bunny with my car and KILLED HIM.”

The blonde says,”Don’t worry.”

She runs to her car and pulls out a spray can.

She walks over to the limp, dead Easter Bunny,
bends down, and sprays the contents onto him. 

The Easter Bunny jumps up, waves its paw at the
two of them and hops off down the road.

Ten feet away he stops, turns around and waves 
again, he hops down the road another 10 feet,
turns and waves, hops another ten feet, turns and waves,
and repeats this again and again and again and again,
until he hops out of sight.

The man is astonished.
He runs over to the woman and demands,

“What is in that can?What did you spray on the Easter Bunny?” 

The woman turns the can around
so that the man can read the label.

It says…

It says,

“Hair Spray. Restores life to dead hair and adds permanent wave.”


Do you need another Easter laugh?

Watch the Easter comedy, “Hop”.


Looks like Callie has her own way of showing love!
Boy, cats sure have a different way of welcoming the new kid in town!
Looks quite familiar with my two fur babies and I each night!
A rule that must be followed, always! Or else… the claws come out!
In some ways today may look and feel the same as one year ago… But, today we can see a light at the end of the dark tunnel.
Vaccines have emerged, vaccination rates are increasing, and each day is one step close to herd immunity and more normalcy.
LaWe are in this together and stronger than we think.

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