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04/24/2005

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Lisa

Don't you just love the MI snow? I put pics up on my blog, too. Ugh.

Love the potato sack exercise routine-- even I think I'm up for that one!

Thanks for the recommendation of Lambs of God. I loved Lord of the Flies, and Alice Hoffman is one of my favorites as well. I'll have to check it out.

Norma

That exercise routine is the best EVER. It cracked me up!

Vera

I think I'll look up Lambs of God. It sounds very interesting, and I really loved Clara Callen, so I'll trust your judgement.

Susan

That is the kind of arm tone-up that even I can handle.

Zen aging .... you are almost there grasshopper when you said, "But I’m a work in progress, and this part of me is progressing faster than my mental energy has been able to keep up with." Zen aging will occur because you won't have the memory or energy to deal with it. And then because it doesn't matter your beauty will shine even more.

blogdog

Sally's potato-sack routine cracked me up, too!

Thanks for the kind words and encouragement!

Knitlette

how bout this:

http://theknitlette.typepad.com/photos/buttons_ive_made/difyarndiet.jpg

Julia

Aren't we all "works in progress"? You seem to be handling it quite gracefully and I'm sure you will dance to your heart's content again. The arm excercise is hysterical and the button it genius - isn't Abby great?!

Margene

Well, what's your choice? Accept what is (about aging) or run to the surgeon, hair dresser, and/or shrink on a regular basis. By not spending time in a salon I can spend more time knitting or reading. I do opt for manicures twice a week but mostly because of our dry climate and the sandpaper skin of my hands. Being strong and healthy is the best way to be zen about aging. If you can walk up the stairs without your lungs giving out or you can pick up a 'real' bag of potatoes, then you've got it licked! You are beautiful just as you are...ant that's the truth.

General Ginger

LOL Yes, that sounds like a fantastic work out routine!

Stephanie

That was the funniest thing I read all day! The button from Abby is great. Talk at you later.

Laura

I am going to buy Andrea's book for both my mother and I. My mother will especially be touched by it b/c she lost her mother to breast cancer nine years ago. She was an angel on earth and we still miss her everyday. I wear one of the pink bracelets to support breast cancer research as a reminder of her 12 year struggle with breast cancer. I hope that some day i can do more to help with the fight.

ann kauffold

I read the potato sack thing just before I had to answer the phone at work, fortunately I was able to get myself under control. It was great!

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