Definitely a quick progression. :)
Debbie...I'd laugh if it didn't hurt so much;) Anybody who doesn't believe Mother Nature wins better look again....Nancy:)
:) And not a pretty one
Why does it hurt?
Debbie...It hurts because the progression is so true. Not that I believed that truth in my younger days. Tell me...when you were in your 30's did you even for one second believe your body would look like the last picture? Other women's, yes but your body? I know I didn't. It's was a rude awakening when I starting edging toward 60....Nancy:)
Nancy, I'd heard about gravity and expected it in my boobs. But the first time I looked in a mirror and saw my ass was also falling I was in shock. No one told me that would happen. I don't know why I didn't think it would, I mean, my ass is twice the size of my boobs! Now they're both in a race to see which one gets to my knees first:)
Debbie...LMAO! My first real inclination about gravity was when a doctor lifted one of my small droopy boobs so he could listen to my heart beat. Sweet Mother...how freaking embarrassing was that?! Talk about! Walking keeps my big ass in fair shape but my stomach is another whole story:(We're having some fun here but as confident mature woman we love our bodies because they don't define who we are. How's that for a bit giant *SNORT*?! ....Nancy:)
Oh, I don't know about that Nancy. I'm too honest to admit that I love my body:)Do you walk by yourself?
Debbie...Yes, I walk by myself (and not nearly enough times per week but will step it up when we get past this bitter cold spell). I use the time for reflection. Actually I'm capable of jogging (albeit a slow pace) since I've done so for 20 some years. I still test myself occasionally. I live in a small condo complex and all the buildings have patio's that face a pond with a walking path, some trees and other landscaping plus a community gazebo...think an asphalt circle about the size of a football field with one intersecting path by the tennis courts. Nowhere is totally safe but this area would rate a 10 on the positive scale.I could walk at a mall that's very close if I wanted to but that has no appeal for me. I like being outdoors communing with nature...by myself. We have birds, squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, ducks, geese and most residents have either dogs (on leash) or cats...not that they are all out at the same time;) but all add interest. In the spring the goslings and tiny ducklings are a delight.Well, okay, everything has a price -- like the seasonal residential geese but I really don't mind. Geese equals major goose poop and you can set a watch to their morning and evening announcements but maintenance does a fair job of removing the abundance of poop and I don't really mind their voices so I enjoy their antics in and around the pond...Nancy:)P.S.
Sounds like perfect retirement living, Nancy! It must be so nice to be able to sit back, or in your case jog and enjoy a safe home and the wildlife around you. I had visions once, of retiring in a condo somewhere. Now my visons of retirement are filled with being surrounded by my grandchildren:)
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