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    My teenager went grocery shopping with me yesterday. He went into the grocery store and jumped onto one of the electric scooters and brought it out to me. Then we went in and shopped for needed stuff and then some goodies. I finally got some of the ice cream that was on sale. Now I just need one of my friends to take me to Walmart or Costco so I can get some dental chews for my dog. Both are about 15 miles away from where I live. The stores in town only sell them in the small size for smaller dogs.

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    I was a "slack butt" today. A term my brother learned in the Navy that seems to mean I did no meaningful work or exercise.

    Some days are like that. Some months, too.
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    Ann is a slack butt, Ann is a slack butt......

    Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive. Elbert Hubbard

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    Pedometer readings for February shows I averaged 1344 steps/day, less than January's average of 1479.

    What's my excuse? I can't think of one. I'll have to get with the program.
    There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.
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    Agate is a slack butt, Agate is a slack butt......

    Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive. Elbert Hubbard

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    I deserve that.

    I have kept up with the exercise routines though, otherwise. In fact, a year or so ago I was noticing how odd my legs were looking. They ballooned out at the thigh just above the knee. Since the PT and the exercises though, some of that weirdness has gone away. Maybe it was a loss of muscle tone, and some of the tone has come back.
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    I'm just being silly as usual. You keep up your exercise routine, you're doing more than I am.

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    I doubt that, Howie. I don't go to stores the way you do. That takes energy even if you use one of the carts.
    There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.
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    But that's only once a week. I usually go to the dump, a dozen steps, then to the store, I walk in, they let me take the cart all the way out to my car, and sometimes one of them walks out and takes the cart back in the store.

    Other than that, I clean litter boxes every other day, make the cats and myself a good meal, and the rest of the day, it's computer and TV, both from my spot on the bed.

    I still say you out do me!

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    I swam 750 yards today, still 100 yards short of half mile. Gotta get out before the spasms start...Used to swim a mile daily before this attack. Current goal is to swim a half mile with no spasms.

    I was determined to swim despite some breakthrough spasms in middle of last night. Hoping I won't pay for it. So far so good.

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