To those of you who already over weight, This Tip is not for You, but for the younger people who have not gain the Extra pounds, Here is a good reminder: I am 61 years old. I weigh the same I have in High School.148 lbs.This isn't about me tho'. Before you start smoking, Quit! Yeah, you may try a couple, then Quit. Really, Addiction is terrible maybe not right away,after that tho' it's terrible. There are no reasons to become addicted, only excuses. As lame as that sounds It's true. If you exercise by just walking to the store a mile or two away, rather than taking the car everywhere you go, it would be great for your mind, body and spirit. And the other thing, I saw a commercial on T.V. in 1975 that stayed will stay in my mind forever. About a young girl 23, going to college and hit by a Drunk Driver. She was paralyzed, her parents used a hoist to lift her out of bed. She lived in that state for ten long years and then Died. I never owned a car since.F.Y.I. jlanzView Thread
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