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Found A Fitness Program Just Right For Me!
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Okay, I have mentioned to you guys that I have officially put myself on a "lose weight" diet and have been doing power walking to try to lose weight.

When we were visiting our parents today in town, Terry noticed a sign across the street from where his parents live. It is for a fitness program that is rather unique...... ;)

Check it out:

http://www.caddysfitness.com/information.html

Mmmmmmmm........... interesting......... :rolleyes:;)

Karen

Only kidding! I sooooo would love to have the nerve to take that class though!!! LOL! :lol::lol:

Hugs.

Karen

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WHEN YOU COME OUT OF YOUR SHELL....YOU SURE DON'T WASTE ANYTIME.

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JUDY IN PHILLY

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HAH! I think I would die of embarrassment! :lol:

It's a good thing it says that they keep their clothes on, if not, I would scare everyone out of the class!!!! :o:lol:

I think I'll stick to my walking :rolleyes:

Hugs

Karen

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Karen, When I first saw the link--before I clicked on it--I thought it had to do with being a golf caddy!! I immediately thought, how will she manage out there on a huge golf course without a bathroom nearby? :D

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dito Patti-that's what I thought too-re: caddy & the bathrooms.

then I thought pole dancing..now that's scary enough

:lol::huh::huh::huh:

I swim....now me in a bathing suit :ph34r: that's really scary :blink:

Judy :lol:

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:lol::lol: Yes, that's the way I look at everything--"will there be a bathroom handy"? :lol::lol: I really need to get some exercise....
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off subject-Karen and Patti--are you guys getting my pm's?

I just was wondering as i've sent Karen a couple and one again to you Patti.

Judy in Philly

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there was a program on tv about this a few weeks ago, apparently it's actually quite popular, a lot of ppl are taking it up. good for your sex life too ;) karen you look just fine in your avatar pic btw B)

--matt

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