Machka9 wrote: »
🚴♂️🏃♀️🤸♀️🏊♂️⛷🚴♀️🚣♀️🤸♂️🚶♀️🏃♂️🚣♂️🏊♀️🏂🤺🚴♂️🏋️♀️⛹️♀️🚶♂️💃🕺🏃♀️** Might try a little challenge in February ... just for fun. **
🚴♂️🏃♀️🤸♀️🏊♂️⛷🚴♀️🚣♀️🤸♂️🚶♀️🏃♂️🚣♂️🏊♀️🏂🤺🚴♂️🏋️♀️⛹️♀️🚶♂️💃🕺🏃♀️Walk, run, cycle, canoe, swim, exercise ... to somewhere, or at somewhere, starting with each letter of the alphabet.
Day 1: Go to and/or exercise at a place starting with the letter 'A', then the next day 'B', the next 'C' and so on and so on.
Pick a street name, or shop, or town, or building, whichever you like. Your choice.
So for example, Argyle St is near where I work, so on Feb 1, I could walk to Argyle St. On Feb 2, I might cycle near the Beach. And so on.
The alphabet has 26 letters and February has 28 days, so there are 2 free days just in case.
And I might even take photos. 🙂
M in Oz
kymarai wrote: »
Thank you Karen and Debbie . I rarely buy beef, when I do it is steaks. We almost exclusively eat venison as our red meat at home. Boneless chicken breast is the other meat. Occasionally a whole chicken (like for chicken and dumplings). Next time I will try longer cooking time. I can't make it fatter. 🙄
exermom wrote: »
A friend of ours whose husband passed away had a “virtual memorial service”. I’d never heard of one. Basically, it was a zoom memorial service. She said she’s going to have a church service once we can all get together. I know a lot of people are planning that. But I wonder if it’s a good idea. The remaining spouse needs to “get on”. Sure, the memory of the dead person will always be with them. But will an in-person memorial a few months later open new wounds? Remind them?
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