FRANCES-AGAPE
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GardenTomb in Jerusalem - reminder of Faith and that am NOT ALONE




LOVE that wrascally wrabbit! Favorite cartoon. Bugs is always FUN, funny & wins in the end




Sorry . A diseased aorta is a stark reminder to exercise, eat better and handle stress - OR ELSE !


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  • v CITYBLUESGIRL
    Thank you for the birthday wishes and comment on my blog post. :-)
    2 days ago
  • v RASPBERRY56
    Sadly, I did not - I was going to do this on Wednesday which was her b-day (and a milestone, to boot), but that turned out to be the day from h**l due to work AND family problems that I unfortunately had to witness - I had absolutely NO energy, spirit or interest required for me to even *dream* about reaching out in social contacts........$#!@# job and family - sometimes they can both be d**med!

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    Hopefully I can get a chance this weekend (as long as I have adequate time to recharge first - such is the life of a long-time introvert).........thanks for asking!
    8 days ago
  • v FERRETLOVER1
    I sure did do the coloring - so glad you liked it!
    8 days ago
  • v CITYBLUESGIRL
    Hi, Frances! Yes, some of the strength exercises I do have funny names. LOL! Shoulder dislocations w/ a band actually help w/ your posture and opening up the back versus hunching. I love them. They feel really great.

    Thank you so much for all of your kind comments on my blogs too and for the Spark Goodie.

    I hope all is well! :-)
    24 days ago
  • v FERRETLOVER1
    I had an old Smith-Corona typewriter, too. Mine was in a carrying case so it wasn't too heavy, but what a chore to change the ribbon! This was before I finally graduated to a Selectric with the little font ball instead of individual keys which kept sticking together. With my Selectric, I was able to type much, much faster.

    I remember using Liquid Whiteout - what a mess!!!!!!!!!!! It took forever to dry, plus it got so thick that you couldn't use nearly half of the product! Planned obsolescence! emoticon emoticon
    43 days ago
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