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Because it's been a while - 50 questions

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Lee, you started this!

1. WERE YOU NAMED AFTER ANYONE?
First name no, Middle name after my aunt.

2. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CRIED?
Surprise, same as Lee: when my dog had to be put down, in March.

3. DO YOU LIKE YOUR HANDWRITING?
Yes and no. I can write beautifully, but don't always.

4. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE LUNCH MEAT?
Smoked turkey.

5. DO YOU HAVE KIDS?
One, grown, married and flown.

6. IF YOU WERE ANOTHER PERSON WOULD YOU BE FRIENDS WITH YOU?
I find it hard to imagine being another person, to be honest. As another myself would I be friends with a person exactly like me? I honestly don't know... I might flee in terror!

7. DO YOU USE SARCASM ALOT?
Not usually... I am the ultimate "straight" man (woman) in comedy sketches.

8. DO YOU STILL HAVE YOUR TONSILS?
Yes.

9. WOULD YOU BUNGEE JUMP?
Me? With my fear of open heights? Well... maybe... with the right incentive... never say never.

10. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE CEREAL?
Steel cut oats, simmered in skim milk with fruit. Ahhhh!

11. DO YOU UNTIE YOUR SHOES WHEN YOU TAKE THEM OFF?
Yes!

12. DO YOU THINK YOU ARE STRONG?
Yes and no. For my age and size, I do OK. Oh, did you mean emotionally? Not really, but I get by.

13. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ICE CREAM?
Don't get me started. Starbuck's Java Chip, maybe? I don't keep ice cream in the house. I cannot be trusted with it.

14. WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT PEOPLE?
Um... their presence?

15. RED OR PINK?
Red

16. WHAT IS THE LEAST FAVORITE THING ABOUT YOURSELF?
That's a hard one. Part of me wants to accept all of who I am and say, "nothing." Another part of me wants to tear myself to shreds and point out all my flaws... insensitivity, self-centeredness, perfectionism. If I have to pick just one, let's call it perfectionism, because it gets in the way of every blessed thing in life.

17. WHO DO YOU MISS THE MOST?
If I have to pick just one, probably my dad. I'd like to know what he's learned since moving beyond this plane.

18. WHAT IS THE PAUL MCKENNA TECHNIQUE THAT YOU NEED TO WORK ON THE MOST?
No clue, never heard of it.

19. WHAT COLOR SHOES ARE YOU WEARING?
Gray.


20. WHAT WAS THE LAST THING YOU ATE?
Steel cut oats, simmered in skim with with cocoa powder, with fresh strawberries. Yum!

21. WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW?
The white noise of the house.

22. IF YOU WERE A CRAYON, WHAT COLOR WOULD YOU BE?
Periwinkle.

23. FAVORITE SMELLS?
Fresh coffee, spring rain, mowed grass - Lee had these, I'll keep 'em, as they are among my faves, too!

24. WHO WAS THE LAST PERSON YOU TALKED TO ON THE PHONE?
Sister

25. MOUNTAIN HIDEAWAY OR BEACH HOUSE?
Beach house.

26. FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH?
Horse racing.

27. HAIR COLOR? Strawberry blonde.

28. EYE COLOR? Brown

29. DO YOU WEAR CONTACTS?
Nope.

30. FAVORITE FOOD?
Love too many to pick just one.

31. SCARY MOVIES OR HAPPY ENDINGS?
Happy endings.

32. LAST MOVIE YOU WATCHED?
Secretariat

33. WHAT COLOR SHIRT ARE YOU WEARING?
Purple.

34. SUMMER OR WINTER?
Summer

35. HUGS OR KISSES?
Hugs

36. FAVORITE DESSERT?
Flavored yogurt (low fat) with graham crackers and fruit.

37. STRENGTH TRAINING OR CARDIO?
Yes, both, please.

38. COMPUTER OR TELEVISION?
Computer.

39. WHAT BOOK ARE YOU READING NOW?
The Confession, by John Grisham

40. WHAT IS ON YOUR MOUSE PAD?
Light house on one, waterfall at work.

42. FAVORITE SOUND?
These were Lee's, I love 'em, too: Waves hitting the beach at night; spring frogs & crickets; wind through the trees

43. ROLLING STONES OR BEATLES?
Beatles!

44. WHAT IS THE FARTHEST YOU HAVE BEEN FROM HOME?
Italy

45. DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL TALENT?
Puzzle solving

46. WHERE WERE YOU BORN?
Small town Nebraska

47. WHERE ARE YOU LIVING NOW?
Nebraska

48. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR HOUSE?
Brown and brick

49. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR CAR?
The manufacturer calls it green, but I don't see it.

50. DO YOU LIKE ANSWERING 50 QUESTIONS?
Lee's answer, that brought me here: Not really, but I am hoping my Spark Friends will copy it so we can learn more about each other!!

  
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KASEYCOFF 4/24/2011 11:46AM

    Same thing I asked Deb - where's #41? Us OCDs gotta have the lot, lol--!
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SHARON2014 4/19/2011 9:28PM

    Great to learn these things and how much we have in common! I copied it from MARIEN. emoticon

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_LINDA 4/19/2011 3:47PM

    Thanks for letting us get to know you better! With you and Lee when we had to put our dog down in March..

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SUNNY332 4/19/2011 3:14PM

    I love Periwinkle color too and I too love the smell of fresh mowed lawn.

What fun today!

Sunny

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MOMOF2TONI 4/19/2011 2:43PM

    I love the Periwinkle crayon too! Always have. Do they still make it? lol...

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KALIGIRL 4/19/2011 8:55AM

    Fun stuff - way to enjoy your 'free' hour!

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SAMI199 4/19/2011 8:24AM

    It is fun to get to know you better- emoticonI think the color of your favorite crayon was very interesting-lol.
have a great day!

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DEBRA0818 4/19/2011 8:14AM

    I'm on board for tomorrow or maybe the next day! There are a lot of questions there!!!
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It's about time

Monday, April 18, 2011

At least a lot of the time, it's about time. How to spend it, how to save it, how to organize it.

My "walking as transportation" takes a LOT of time, living where I live and working where I work. You don't just go 6.2 miles in an eyeblink. When I get home, there isn't much day left. So, I only do this one or two days a week, and when the weather is suitable. This week... today might have been one of the better bets, but I'm unwilling to give it the couple of hours investment. And, I am not lacking mileage this week on the shoes... I did my 12 on Saturday and my 6.7 yesterday. So... today is a "rest" day, meaning my 3 ten minute walk breaks at work, and probably some strength training this evening.

I've been pondering, though, as I tend to do... if a couple of days a week I can invest two hours in walking for transportation... what could I do with those two hours on the days I am NOT walking for transportation? Ah... "free" time that only costs the fuel in the car!

If you had an extra hour a day, what would YOU do with it?

  
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REJ7777 4/20/2011 7:42AM

    The value of time! I read that we should replace the word *time* with *life*, because our time IS our life. We can spend it, waste it, enjoy it, lose it, invest it...

I find that walking to work is a good time investment, and in my case, it only takes 10 minutes. I wouldn't have the stamina or courage to walk 6 miles to work. But I sure do admire someone who does it!

I waste time on the Internet. I haven't had a TV in years, because I think that most of it is a waste of time. But I do have the Internet, and sometimes I waste valuable time surfing the Net. There's so much valuable information on there! But when I'm surfing instead of doing something else I should be doing, I'm not making the best use of my time.

Speaking of time, I'll be leaving for work in 10 minutes. I'll be taking the car, because the weather today is freezing rain.

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KALIGIRL 4/18/2011 8:05PM

    Interesting question - I'm still so far behind that most days I feel like I'm leading the race!
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SUNNY332 4/18/2011 3:30PM

    If I had an extra hour a day, I would use it to do something just for me - read a book or take a long bubble bath. I am always trying to find some "me time".

Keep up the GREAT work.

Sunny

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MSLZZY 4/18/2011 2:59PM

    I could easily burn two hours a day with fix-up projects. I have the whole upstairs to clean,
paint and remove carpeting. I could finish cleaning the basement and setting up the
shelves I have on hand. Rest? That would probably come a few years down the road.
But thanks for the chance to dream. HUGS!

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DEBRITA01 4/18/2011 2:01PM

    I would hope to spend it wisely, however, that's not always the case. Ah, time...your blog is food for thought...thanks!

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FITFABJENN 4/18/2011 10:58AM

    These days, I'd probably spend that extra hour Sparking!

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_LINDA 4/18/2011 10:37AM

    As I always walk for transportation, not having a driver's license, I am used to less free time on a regular basis. My club work and bridge keep me very busy, so my extra hour would be on me that is for sure.

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SAMI199 4/18/2011 8:52AM

    I love the way you always get me thinking....I will spend that hour today planning how to make better ue of my time! Have a great day!

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MNTWINSGAL 4/18/2011 8:46AM

    I've never had the luxury of the extra hour in the day....my life has been go-go-go. I thrived on it, yet obviously the stress has taken a toll on my body. I'm soon to find out though. I wonder how I will fill the days when I am out of work? I wonder how long it will be, because if I knew my time was short, I'd quickly fill the days with all the things I've been "meaning to do." On the other hand....if my time was to be long, I also would be pondering what to do with the extra hour(s) to make them meaningful.

Where's a crystal ball when you need it?

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DEBRA0818 4/18/2011 8:43AM

    Would it be cool to say if I had an extra hour every day I would do something truly useful with it? The sad truth is that sometimes I would and sometimes I wouldn't. I'm only consistent inconsistently.

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WATERMELLEN 4/18/2011 8:32AM

    In my job, it's all "billable hours" -- so that makes me very conscious of the value of my time. I joke about my "$50,000 body" because that's the amount in gross billings (no, no, no, NOT net income!!) it might cost me to spend the time at the gym instead of at work.

And yeah, it's worth it.

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Inspiration comes in many forms

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Yesterday my Netflix selection finally came, the one that was marked "very long wait" for some time: Secretariat.

For those of you who are younger than me, this may not mean a lot to you, but in 1973, when Secretariat won the triple crown, I was a college student. I had followed horse racing ever since I started reading books like The Black Stallion by Walter Farley. I used to purchase candy cigarettes, if you can imagine that... back before the Surgeon General's warning... and pretend to smoke while I watched the TV coverage of the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont Stakes races. Each year I would cheer and observe and feel my heart lift as these gorgeous animals flew around the track. Each year I would hear stories of Man O' War and Citation and Whirlaway. Each year I would hope.

Then came Secretariat. It wasn't history or fiction, it was current events to me. He was gorgeous. He was incredible. And the way he turned on the gas and ran from behind, accelerating through each successive quarter... oh, how it lifted my heart. You could see it coming. I was most worried about the Preakness, since he was a come from behind runner, and that is the shortest of the three. When he pulled that one off, I had great hope... and when he blew Sham away in the Belmont Stakes... accelerating the way he did... he proved himself the greatest race horse of all time, before or since.

The movie brought back all those memories of being inspired... the same emotions. It got me up on the treadmill to move to the race scenes, as horse racing generally does. Nowadays I watch the triple crown from my treadmill... to feel that lift to move with them, to fly.

Another form of inspiration came this morning, as I was reading blogs of folks who come post on my page or my blogs. I found a person or two who are just starting their journey to fitness and health... their re-commitment. These folks also inspire me, because I've walked in those shoes. And blogs of those who are re-committing following a lapse... and blogs of those who are continuing a successful journey: we share something. We are sisters and brothers under the skin: battling tendencies in ourselves, striving for the victory... and as long as we keep striving, and never give up... we are winners!

Spark on, my friends! Find inspiration where it lands for you... lift your hearts, and live your lives. You can do it... and you're worth it!

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REJ7777 4/17/2011 9:05PM

    I had to laugh, because I remember buying those candy cigarettes too!

You're so right that Inspiration comes in many forms. Thank you for your inspirational blog!

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LUNADRAGON 4/17/2011 2:17PM

    Wow, you said it all here! Very inspirational blog!

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WATERMELLEN 4/17/2011 2:11PM

    Just love the image of you on your treadmill running with Secretariat . . . and all of us "running" together!!

(I read ALL of those horsey books as a little girl too!!)

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MNTWINSGAL 4/17/2011 1:35PM

    Horse racing was a big part of my growing up too.....my dad was from Iowa, my mom from Nebraska, and we used to go down to Ak-Sar-Ben at least once a year, and sometimes to see the dogs run (I think that was in Sioux City?) too. My folks were so thrilled when Canterbury opened here in Minnesota. It's the one "fun" thing my workaholic dad ever did, go to the races just about every Sunday. Such good, good memories. To this day I make it a point to see all three triple crown races on TV, and I most certainly do remember Secretariat.

Thanks Barb!

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_LINDA 4/17/2011 12:25PM

    I was old enough to remember those days:) It was awesome!! Unfortunately, I don't watch TV, but I will see movies and one of the most memorable was of that courageous Australian horse Phar Lap. Against all odds, having everything stacked against him all the time, he was my kind of horse, the one they didn't expect anything from, but showed them wrong time and time again..
Just like this site shows when the odds are stacked against you, it is possible to beat them! And it does help, having all the wonderful support!!
Enjoy your races and your run along with your champions!

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FITFABJENN 4/17/2011 11:42AM

    Okay, now I must add Secretariat to MY Netflix list. Thanks for the tip!

I completely agree. We never know where we will find our inspiration. As always, great blog!

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THIAGRAM 4/17/2011 11:31AM

  I do remember Secretariat, but only a little bit. Thanks! You are always an inspiration!

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 4/17/2011 11:21AM

    What a WONDERFUL BLOG!!! emoticon

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PRIMAVERA_81 4/17/2011 11:10AM

    I didnt live through the real events, but that movie made me cry. I was so inspired by both the horse and the determination of the horses owner. I was so afraid that his heart would burst out of his chest, or he would get sick, I wanted him to win, but afraid it would have been too much. I was rejoiced when he won the race and he was a healthy horse.

I watched it like 12 times that weekend!!!

Thanks for writting your blog.

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Adaptive workout - two weeks out from the Lincoln Half Marathon.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

As I whined in my status this morning, I did not awaken feeling my best. My training schedule says "12 miles". I thought about how I felt about that... and decided that the better part of valor would be to set aside the three Spark Maps I had made of approximate 12 mile walking routes, and instead do a virtual 12 miles on the treadmill.

I did so to an internet viewing of this week's episode of The Biggest Loser, followed by a Netflix online viewing of an episode of "A Touch of Frost", a British police drama that I've been taken with recently. I took breaks as needed for water, for restroom, and even for a mid-walk snack... but I kept at it and in a little over 3 hours, got my 12 miles done. Victory!

Two weeks from tomorrow, the real event... hopefully I won't wake up that morning in quite the shape I was in this morning. We're going to do this, no matter what, though!

  
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FITFABJENN 4/16/2011 5:49PM

    I'm sure you'll wake up excited on walk day! Kudos for getting through your 12 miles. You're way ahead of me!

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WALKINGANNIE 4/16/2011 5:33PM

    How strange - A Touch of Frost is filmed near where I live.

In fact, I went into a local supermarket a few years ago, noticing a burned out car in the corner of the car park. I filled a trolley and went to the checkout where I was told that the shop was closed and I couldn't be served. I pointed out that other people were being served and she then explained that they were 'extras' and that the store was being used as a temporary set for an episode of Frost!
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_LINDA 4/16/2011 4:21PM

    So glad you got your workout in spit of how you felt.. I sure didn't feel like getting out of bed this morning either, but I did and got it done. But what I do pales in comparison to what you did. THREE Hours!! 12 miles!! That is just incredible!!
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SUNNY332 4/16/2011 3:43PM

    I am cheering for you and know you won't have any problems. Hang in there and do post photos.

Hugs, Sunny

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HOT4FITNESS 4/16/2011 3:32PM

    Rain or shine! Slow or fast! Ready or not! We are crossing that finish line.

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CONCHA77 4/16/2011 1:54PM

    I have no doubt that you will accomplish your goals, Barb. 12 miles is quite the accomplishment in itself on the treadmill. emoticon
Keep up the good work,
Happy Saturday!

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Endless possibilities

Friday, April 15, 2011

I've been thinking a bit lately, as I've started to incorporate more "walking as transportation" into my life. Funny how walking for a time period gets the thought process going. Besides my trips down memory lane, these walks have me thinking about the future. The future and the endless possibilities of paths I might take.

Right now, I'm at a point in life where things are opening up: the son is married and on his own. The ex... well, can't do anything about that. The pets have all departed. No attachments at all, really. Just me. Living life.

I started thinking about the last 25 years of grandma's life sometime last year... actually, this particular grandma has been my aspiration since I was very young. I stayed with her on several visits where I just watched how she lived. She lived very simply. She was a widow. She did not date, but she had many church friends. She did not drive. She did not have a television set. She did not have a dryer, a microwave, and her washing machine was one of those wringer kinds (anybody remember those?) She had no air conditioning. She did not have a job, but she did church volunteer work, maybe half a day a week. The rest of her time, she took care of her home, she grew a garden, she read, and she worked crossword puzzles. She kept her mind young. As a kid, her life may have looked "boring"... but not to me. She was clearly happy, content... choosing her own activity and following through with it. She was frugal, she lived within her means.

Her son (my dad) and daughter (my aunt) were both on their own, married and living their lives when her husband died. She did NOT collapse and lean on them. They helped out with things like putting up storm windows or screens, and they came to visit on holidays, but for the most part, she just lived her life.

And that's the kind of future I want to have: making my own choices, being responsible about them, not being overly dependent on folks, but having a circle of friends, not being isolated, either.

Here's to choosing our futures, not just letting them happen! They don't have to be glamorous. They don't have to be anything someone else thinks they should be. But they do have to be in harmony with our own sense of who we are and what we're about.

To life, and living it!

  
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JUST_TRI_IT 4/16/2011 1:06PM

    Oh man.. I have not had time to come to read my friends' pages but today I have a few moments to catch a few. So glad I landed here. Saw all your updates and got drawn into this story of life from your perspective. Very touching and calming.

Enjoy a movement-filled weekend!

Diane

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REJ7777 4/16/2011 9:55AM

    "“The secret of happiness is freedom. The secret of freedom is courage.” -Thucydides

The freedom to make our own choices about how we live our lives. We are both blessed to live in countries where we do have that freedom. Being free to make my own decisions about how I live my life is one of the things for which I am the MOST grateful!

It does take courage, and it also takes good health. The ability to get around, be mentally alert, and do the things that need to be done. We can enjoy our retirement if we have the health to do the things we want to do. Here's to freedom, and courage and Sparkling good health!

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MSLZZY 4/15/2011 11:36PM

    I do remember the wringer washer we had in the basement on the farm. My mom disliked
air conditioning, had no plumbing in our farm house until she was 65, listened to the radio
and stayed on the farm her entire life. I miss the simplicity of it. Even the hard work was
just a way of life.
Here's to the possibilities! HUGS!

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_LINDA 4/15/2011 9:53PM

    Up until she had a stroke that put her in level 4 nursing home care, my grandmother lived in a little shack with heat supplied by a wood stove and an outhouse in the back woods. She lived in the far north in extreme cold temperatures, but didn't want to live anywhere else. She chopped her own wood. Kept her place neat and clean, and yes, washed things by hand. She hated it in the city and would only go to help her daughter out with her kids. When she was in the nursing home in the city, all she ever asked for was to go back home (her remote small town did not have a nursing home). She suffered for 20 years in the home, totally unable to do anything because of a massive stroke that left her paralyzed. I would hope we all have the freedom to live our lives as we please. Live and let live. I have always enjoyed living alone totally and wouldn't have it any other way..

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MT-MOONCHASER 4/15/2011 9:46PM

    I've lived the simple life with a wringer washer (when I was a kid) and I can still remember lugging all those heavy clothes out to the clothesline in below freezing weather. At least then you could put the pan down on the snow and scoot it along instead of having to carry it. Give ma a washer that spins the water out -- a lot better!!!

I actually would prefer to hang my laundry outside, but the wind blows so much dirt around this area that the clothes come in needing to go through the wash again...

Some things can be simplified, but some need modern technology...what would we all do if Spark never existed?

And you know, to our kids and grandkids, WE are probably living the "simple" life!!

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LEANJEAN6 4/15/2011 8:10PM

    She mustve been a good person-- Good you have memories of her! --I like the simple life too!! And walking does make yu think eh?---Great blog! Lynda

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SUNNY332 4/15/2011 2:06PM

    Give us the simple life - for sure!

Thanks for sharing your walk down memory lane.

Hugs, Sunny

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STEPHIEKNITS 4/15/2011 11:07AM

    You made me think of my grandmother. She walked 5 miles a day, including her last day.

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ARTSY_CANDICE 4/15/2011 9:37AM

    Your grandma sounds like she was a remarkable lady. You are already walking in those footsteps!

Reading your blog made me think about how much we have all lost as we have all become so technologically advanced. Even when I was a kid, families spent time together OUTSIDE way more than in front of the TV.

Thank you so much for the reminder that I want whats best for my daughter, not what has become the norm.

Great blog!

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SAMI199 4/15/2011 8:36AM

    “Such to me is the new image of aging: growth in self and service for all mankind”
Ethel Percy Andrus

You are,as always, an inspiration & one groovy lady!



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DEBRA0818 4/15/2011 8:20AM

    I like the simple life too. My mother in law recently asked me to describe what I do all day (since I do not work outside the home). The list involved a bunch of mundane things and I could see her wondering how such a lively person lived such a "boring" life. Well, I love it!

There's no explaining it -- if you have a taste for simple living, you tend to live simply.

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KATHRYNLP 4/15/2011 8:12AM

    Life is for the living.. and we never get out alive. I totally agree with your comments here.

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777GRACE 4/15/2011 8:08AM

    Awe, what a beautiful thought. You are right and your grandma was smart to do all those things to keep her young. We had a wringer washer, we did not use, in our basement of our first house. But the simple life is better, I think. I just wish I had a maid sometimes with all the work I still have to do!!

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