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    Glad you mentioned the cleanup after the meal preparation, Sunshine. That has always seemed to me to be one of the hardest things to figure in advance.

    When I was still cooking, time and again I'd find that I'd forgotten how much cleanup would be involved in fixing a particular meal or recipe, and when I got to the cleanup stage I just wouldn't feel up to scouring so many pans or whatever. But it had to be done. So I'd do it, and the next day or some later day I'd be horrified at how dirty some of those pans I'd "cleaned" still were.
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    Yes, cleaning up has to be in the equation

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    Agate, us cooks work hard. I just finished doing my pasta and coleslaw preparation, and of course the cleanup which as you know, is the hardest part of all.

    Pans of all kinds, and spoons of all sizes, and trash like the box the noodles were in, and the meat wrappers, and the jar of sauce. But I'm done, the kitchen is clean, and the pasta will simmer until I eat later.

    That will be my workout for a few days.

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    Swam 15 minutes, 550 Yards today. Cold snap coming tonight limiting the swim for a few days.

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    I am going up and down the stairs many times a day because the kittens are in the "sanctuary" room on the second floor.

    I wake up and my anterior thighs hurt badly. I expect the extra stair work is good for me.
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    If it’s a good kind of hurt. Nice job :)

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    Cool

    "No pain, no gain" my weight lifting and football coach used to say.

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    Howie, with all due respect to your coach, my most recent physical therapist told me the opposite. What she said was basically this:

    https://www.fitness.com/articles/716...n_not_true.php
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    I agree Agate, but like Howie's coach, my high school gym teacher told us that if it hurt to double down on whatever made it hurt. Wrong, Miss Perez!

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    I must have TRULY exercised my back. Wish I could take ibuprofen, but it makes me very sick. I use to take it all the time and I think it would help, but then it started making me very sick.

    Ann, so nice of you and Peter to put kitties in a sanctuary room.
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