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March 28, 2013


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What a great post! You are so right. We should focus more on what our bodies can still do. You look great in the picture!

Susan Walker

Great post, and yes, it is so easy to take our bodies and health for granted!

You look amazing. And, honestly, no foundation garments are needed. You look just perfect the way you are.


happy birthday and I love that top! Where did you get it?


happy birthday wonderful you!

Smalltown Me

What a great post! You look marvelous! Happy Birthday!

Jen on the Edge


Happy birthday. :-)


That is a great post. And you look absolutely fabulous!


I think you look fantastic - happy and healthy! Also, happy birthday!

Deb D

Happy Birthday! Love the post. I also have tended to take my body for granted. It took a broken elbow complete with an osteoporosis diagnosis and a much slower than I would have wished rehab (had to learn patience) to realize that although I haven't treated my body badly there is still room for improvement.

The Zadge

How about the pretty face?!!! Happy 49th! I'll be joining you in a month and a half!

Busy Bee Suz

Awesome post!!! I agree, there is much to be thankful for with our bodies....the get us around daily! YOU look awesome. Your outside matches your inside; positive and joyful!
Happy birthday!!!

Mrs. G.



Happy birthday, sweet, caring and wonderful you. Can I add something to your list? If so, I would say that your smile is so genuine and beautiful. I would love to see one like it in a meeting, carpool, family dinner and so on. Cheers to the next 40-49 (and more) years!


Looking great and here's to many more years of doing great!

gary rith

happy birthday :)
and like the video says, we are biologically programmed :)

Green Girl in Wisconsin

I adore this tribute to all the parts that have made your life GOOD.
And that movie was hilarious!
Happy Birthday to a woman defined by her brains, beauty, ability and heart.

Karen (formerly kcinnova)

LOVE this post and your attitude! Happy Birthday!!


Excellent! I hope you keep this great aging attitude up, and then post again in about 30 years. I'll check back.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen

Happy Birthday! You look maaaaahrvelous!


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