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... look good and the younger generations will notice.
While your body may not feel as spry as it used to when you were younger, you will still want to get exercise to keep it working at top capacity. Exercising feels good because it releases endorphins, which makes you feel good. A quick walk around the block or even around the mall will have you feeling better in no time.
Exercise is necessary ...
... It's now 9:45 and we are ready to call it a night.
What a quick (6 days), enjoyable trip. Not only did we see FSU play and win in Cowboy Stadium, we visited 3 Presidential Museums, 5 major college campuses, visited the Texas State Capitol building and Austin, ate a lot of wonderful Tex-Mexican food while driving over 680 miles. I should also add that Ms. Sally did all the driving while I served as navigator. She did a wonderful job piloting our craft.
Until next ...
... blood glucose levels after a meal, keeping you from having a spike. You can eat buckwheat instead of rice, or enjoy soba noodles with your dinner. It's available at almost any grocery store and is sometimes known as kasha.
Get familiar with the glycemic index rating of foods to help gain better control of your diabetes. It is important to learn to recognize high glycemic foods like ...
... 15 years in a row!).
- Of course I want to thank my wife Chris. She was more than a co-pilot! She shared the driving and was always my “back-up guide”. I finally figured out her hand signals!! Leveling our vehicles every night was always fun!
This bring our adventure to an end. Now it is on to future ones that, hopefully, will be as much fun and rewarding.
Thank you to all who have followed us via my stories. ...
... waiting for us to give them some food. I felt like the ghosts of all the squirrels I have dispatched over the years were staring at me through their greedy little eyes. We spent the afternoon walking through the groves of palm trees (called hammocks) and live oaks hung with moss. It was a green jungle interspersed with brown prairie and views of the Myakka River. Dead and dying live oaks were covered ...