When the first baby laughed, its laughter flew in the wind and landed on the earth. It grew into a purple flower called the Larkspur. Some tree nymphs spotted it, and thought of it to be so pretty that it reached Aphrodite’s interests. When she saw it, she was entranced on how lovely it was. However, she felt a bit disappointed that a flower didn’t get to live for so long, so she breathed into it, with the gifts of laughter and beauty. Hence, Puneloptea was born, and she was given a staff from Hephaestus after making him laugh. She grew to be the beloved and peaceful god of humor and peace, travelling far from place to place. She used her staff to make koalas, and larkspurs everywhere. Even the king of the gods, liked her company. Whenever thunder clouds formed of his anger, Puneloptea is called in hopes to calm him down. When you see patches of sunlight through the clouds, it’s Puneloptea poking them with her staff as she calms Zeus’s down. Without her, there wouldn’t be any sun after a rainy day.