Rowing Back to Life

When I was in my late twenties, I became a card-carrying resident of the city of Boston. I had acquired some real furniture by then, and inevitably, the day arrived when, if I wanted it moved, I could no longer rely on simply renting a U-Haul truck and pressing my friends into service. It became […]

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Back Talk 201

Okay, everyone, how are you? How’s the back? Mine is better, although I’m not out of the woods yet. One of my big problems is that I have chronically tight hamstrings. Always did, from birth, I think. One of the drawbacks of having long legs, I guess. Love the legs (thanks for those, Mom!!), hate […]

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Shoveling For Survivors

There comes a time when you have no choice, really, but to get out there and exert yourself.  I, for one, think there should be an organization that provides free yard work, leaf removal and snow plowing for breast cancer survivors.  I don’t know about you, but I’m a little broke, both fiscally and physically, […]

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