Who I Met Today

Everyone has a story – Collecting & sharing interesting info, life lessons, & fun things to see & do from the wonderful people in our world

The Green Bag Ladies

Around the world, we discard one million plastic bags every single minute.  We use, on the average,  a bag for 25 minutes, and it takes 100-500 years for the bag to decompose.   Our plastic trash, disposed of on land, eventually flows from streams to rivers to the oceans.   An ocean gyre is a system of ocean and wind  currents, swirling like a whirlpool.  The trash is ultimately drawn into

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Salvador Dali Museum – St. Petersburg, FL

A taxi driver once asked Salvador Dali, the quirky Surrealist painter,  “What drugs do you take?  I want them!”  Dali responded “I don’t take drugs – I AM the drug!”   

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Exercises To Maintain Mobility As We Age

Surely you know an older women who cannot twist to buckle her seatbelt?  Or one who has trouble bending down to reach a skillet in the lower kitchen cupboard?  Maybe a friend who avoids going up and down the stairs? After talking with Adam Lee about how to combat the aging demons, I am all in and determined to work on my joint mobility.  Mobility refers to the ability to move

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What Do You Do?

My kids are grown and on their own, and I don’t have a job. 

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Foam Rolling For Mobility and Flexibility As We Age

Unlike Bob Hope, the comedian and avid golfer who lived to be 100, I am not able to have  a massage every single day of my life.  However, I have learned that foam rolling, basically self massage,  is an easier and less expensive alternative.   It helps accomplish some of the same things as massage – kneading the tissues and loosening things up. When I talked with Adam Lee, a

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