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RRAYNER Posts: 1,063
3/13/12 10:02 A

Into every life a little rain must fall - but that just makes us "roses" smell sweeter...
I love spring :)

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RRAYNER Posts: 1,063
3/15/11 8:46 A

At age 57, I have decided that I am creating my own bucket list of things I've always wanted to do, but never did. I'm not too old to be able to have a good time. Next on my list - whitewater rafting!!

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2BFREE2LIVE SparkPoints: (350,420)
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3/18/10 1:08 A

This year I will turn 60 but I sure have loved being in my fifties. I feel like I am still thirty something :)

"You're never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream..." C.S. Lewis

�Don't wait until everything is just right. It will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles and less than perfect conditions. So what. Get started now. With each step you take, you will grow stronger and stronger, more and more skilled, more and more self-confident and more and more successful.� ~Mark Victor Hansen <
KRICKET57 SparkPoints: (200,239)
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3/17/10 8:47 P

Congratulations on 50 pounds. I am sure 51 is just around the corner. Now is a great time to be alive and dreaming so you go girl!

3/17/10 4:06 P

Having just lost my 50th pound, I'm "over 50" in more ways than one . . . or at least I will be when pound 51 goes bye-bye! I've weighed the same thing for days, but such is life at age 63. I cling to every pound for dear life! But I WILL get to goal.

FRAN0426 SparkPoints: (234,704)
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3/17/10 3:56 P

Over 50 can be the start of every day challenges. I look at it as every day that I eat healthy and get some sort of exercise in I'm doing what I can to help me as I have medical problems that can make some days a big challenge.

KRICKET57 SparkPoints: (200,239)
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3/15/10 7:22 P

Just starting out and hoping to get back to where I was when I was in the military. I know I can never be that fit again but it would be nice to feel in shape again, so here I start and take one step at a time. At least I am glad I am not doing it alone.


NEWKID54 Posts: 620
3/15/10 6:02 P

Amen to all that. It's been 3 weeks. It's been fun, a learning experience and work---but mostly fun. But, that muscle stuff---oh, man, That is a job. I have to continually work on it. emoticon emoticon

Edited by: NEWKID54 at: 3/15/2010 (18:03)
3/15/10 4:36 P

Just being over 50 is a challenge--but trying to get that metabolism up and the excess fat off---oo boy!

HIS Divine Princess

GAILRUU Posts: 9,887
3/15/10 4:14 P

Trying to increase muscle strength. It seems to be more difficult after 50.

VT1969 Posts: 4
3/15/10 3:43 P

I lost 2 pounds this week

Weight Goal: To lose 36 pounds before my wife & I go to the Capitals of Europe
PILOTLADY53 Posts: 64
3/14/10 1:05 P

Keeping up with everything over 50

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