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  • v BLUE_22
    Thanks for dropping by my blog on Every Day is a Lesson! Appreciate your support! emoticon P.S. I also appreciate your advice about a sack of potatoes--I use this as a cue for my horse to stop (vs yanking on his mouth). There's so much more to horseback riding than just 'getting on and steering', lol. I love it. I will try to loosen up, however--I think that would help quite a bit. Thanks again!
    36 days ago
  • v CLAIREINPARIS
    Thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog which made me smile... So happy you enjoy what I share about France in my blogs! emoticon
    48 days ago
  • v RAWCOOKIE
    Hi! Thank you for commenting on my blog about Pilates for (older) women. I've enjoyed her free videos so far - makes a lot of sense. I like her kind and encouraging manner too - she's so very graceful; a good role model! Like you, I will add these routines to my regular exercise habits. I think they will be good to take me forward into later years.
    55 days ago
  • v STLOUISWOMAN
    Thanks for stopping by & for commenting on my What's Going On blog.
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    111 days ago
  • v EILEEN828
    Thanks for reading my blog. I hear you about kicking alcohol it's so not easy to do. One thing I discovered about me was that I determined that my body was confusing the desire to drink with what was actually genuine thirst for water. Since I always like to have ice cubes in my drink and often use water as my mixer you can see how that happened. So I helped change that by drinking half my bodyweight in ounces of water. There are eight oz.in a cup so I would need about eleven cups of water daily. It was hard for me to keep track of that until I found a beautiful vintage glass pitcher that would hold ten cups. I fill it at night and leave on the countertop all day so that the chlorine in the water evaporates out and see all day how much more I need to drink. It seems like a small trick but it works!
    139 days ago
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