Gentry urged her students to find personal ways to incorporate a bit of laughter into their daily lives. Her suggestions?
"Laugh while you are brushing your teeth, driving or vacuuming, and try to match the pitch of vacuum. Laugh with your houseplants and your pets. If you are in a public place and really feel a need, fake a cell phone call and you can laugh at what the other person supposedly said," she said, throwing her head back and chortling loudly with her hand held up to her ear.
At the end of class, Gentry made the students stand, put their hands over their hearts and pledge to, "Have fun at all times and in all places and to live with the joy of the Lord in my heart and promote laughter in the world."
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