An aching stomach, and why that’s a good thing

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Usually having a sore, aching stomach is a cause for concern or at least annoyance. It might make you call in sick to work or it might make you lie down for awhile. Maybe you heat up a hot water bottle.

But other times, an aching stomach is a good thing. It’s a wonderful thing, for instance, when it hurts this much because you’ve spent hours laughing until you cry and wrap your arms around your middle, doubled over on the couch.

It’s the sign of a good Saturday when you have family over for dinner and to hang out for the evening and your eyes are streaming, your throat is sore, and your stomach is begging you to just stop laughing for five minutes.

I hope your Saturday was filled with the good kind of sore stomach too.

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2 thoughts on “An aching stomach, and why that’s a good thing

  1. Mary Ann Torres

    Thanksgiving was that kind of stomach ache for us. All of our children and their families together under one roof for the first time in 3 years. We also did a lot laughing and remembering all the crazy things they did when they were younger. Syd and Skye’s eyes were huge hearing some of their parents tales. Like wow my Mom did that or my uncles did that. And Mom and Dad sitting back listening and thinking oh boy you did that and we didn’t know.


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