If you like comedy this is the movie for you. To top it off—it’s also clean!
It was refreshing! I needed to laugh and Moms’ Night Out provided the source.
I know some mothers who take a mom’s night out once a week, some who take one occasionally and some who rarely if ever take one. Do you have a friend to enjoy a mom’s night out with?
Proverbs 17:22 (NIV)
A cheerful heart is good medicine,
but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.
Seeing Moms’ Night Out guarantees good medicine.
I had not experienced such unbridled laughter since reading the Pioneer Woman’s, All I Wanted Was a Doughnut. http://thepioneerwoman.com/blog/2011/12/all-i-wanted-was-a-doughnut/
The thing that made the movie better was the longevity of it. It was an extra-large jumbo size dose of good medicine and a timely lesson from Bones. (You will have to see the movie to find out about Bones.)
I thought the movie would strictly be a ‘Chick-Flick’ but no; I heard and saw men laughing as uncontrollably as me.
I have never laughed so much, so hard, so loud in any movie. Hysterical laughter, tears from hysterical laughter, snorting from not being able to catch my breath due to hysterical laughter. Side splitting I tell ya!
There you have it. My encouragement for the day: Laugh. Funny movies, funny books, comedians or funny friends; find your funny and take a full measure of it.
Buy or Rent Moms’ Night Out tonight!
See the right side margin : A Cheerful Heart…for multiple opportunities to laugh.