Thursday, October 15, 2020

Did You Know

 


Did you know,  John Adams was a big believer in walking off lethargy? "Move or die," he was quoted as saying.

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  1. A man after my own heart! Walking is life! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. If it worked for him...
    Some days (to my shame) I am too lazy to walk or work off my leffargy.

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    1. I would venture to say it's lethargy more than laziness. Sometimes it's tough to work through.

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  3. I think I may have heard that advice from my doctor, and I do.

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  4. Adams, who? Guess I didn’t know. 🎃 Have a good day

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    1. Good question, since there were two of them. John.

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  5. I also ask "Adams who?" once again, something I did not know.

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    1. My fault for being unclear. John, the second president.

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  6. News to me, but not bad advice, dear Queen of trivial.

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    1. Maybe he is:) Makes all kinds of sense to me.

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  8. I did not know, but he was right. During the heat of the summer, I miss our walks.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Walking is great on so many levels, isn't it?

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  9. That's how I feel about it too.xo

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  10. hope he didn't say this ta someone waiting at a cross walk while carrying an umbrella or the like ☺☺☺ !!! ☺☺☺♥♥♥ happy early weekend ☺☺

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  11. I think he's right. I'm feeling lethargic today, I suppose I should log off the net and get out of the chair.

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    1. Ha. I get sucked into the recliner on a regular basis:)

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  12. I'm in between the two Sandra, Not up to going out at present for a few reasons,

    Yvonne.

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    1. Hope you can safely get out and get some fresh air, Yvonne.

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  13. I did not know that -- but I guess he was right!

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