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    You're making me look bad again. Shame on you!
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    No Howie, you're just not counting your steps. If you really counted them you might be surprised.

    Agate, great numbers and on top of that you have had to take time to fiddle with your new phone.

    I washed two loads of linens today, put clean linens on my bed and dusted half of down stair, and made a big salad to last a couple of days.
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    Virginia, I'm not really getting involved with learning about the phone until I have more time and energy. First I have to read the Dummies book, which just came today.

    I had a Dummies book about Windows many years ago and it was useful to read every word of it.

    It may be a while before I feel comfortable with this new phone but I'm going to have to do this. I have to have a working phone on me while waiting for transportation in various places. There are no public phones in most places any more.
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    Safety has been the reason for my flip phone, so I really understand.
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    The latest issue of Momentum magazine (put out by the National MS Society) mentions this seated exercise series, and I went through one of the videos:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXgsMPEnehg

    She reports that she's been conducting exercise classes for people with MS since 2005. I found the exercises to be not very strenuous but they were using muscles that I probably underuse. The video lasts 20 minutes.

    It's almost like being in a pleasant back yard on a sunny day when you watch it.
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    Ok, agate, you're becoming a bit of a ball buster with us! LOL

    Thanks for this! I'm enjoying all the other additions too, have incorporated some free weights bicep curls, the sit/stands, pelvic lifts, etc.

    Will look forward to some more to change it up!
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    I took an Uber to my hair appointment and then walked home. And I have been up and down the steps a few times.

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    That's really good Ann. Climbing steps is a hard thing for me to do. I mostly pull myself up. So you are getting some exercise.
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    Today was MIL. I limited it to climbing her stairs and having tea and then a trip to Trader Joe’s. I had asked a Peter to bring me home so I could have my little lunch here while he took his mom out for bagel sandwiches.

    That was enough.

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    Good for you Ann. You are doing what you need to do for you, and I am sure Peter understands that.
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