Replace “E” With “I” And Delete “T”

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  1. Oh, I absolutely love this Amy. And I have a smile from ear to ear. You’ve still got it girl, we’ve both still got it! Watch out boys, the cougars are out! Lol 😜💕

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    1. GRINNING here! Oh, Miriam, only someone who is “mature” can honestly understand the “high” I was on as I am fighting back to stay ME. Yep, it seems I’ve still got and I’m not even trying. You go too!!! Love yourself and don’t stop no matter what this world says!!! (((HUGS)))! 🌟🌟🌟

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      1. Yep, I’m mature (most of the time lol) and understand all too well the highs. Enjoy it all my friend, life is good. Here’s to loving life and ourselves. Big hugs back. x❤️😘

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  2. Love this Amy!! Keep blossoming like a Rose in the garden that you’re planted, and let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, what God’s doing in and through you, and glorify your Father in heaven……

    When we’ve truly surrendered our lives to the Lord, WE WILL experience a spiritual awakening, and here the Lord will lead us on His path to all things becoming new, especially our mindset and outlook on our lives….

    “I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. 2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God…Romans 12:1-2

    “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new. 18 Now all things are of God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation…2 Corinthians 5:17-18

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    1. What a truly glorious comment, Anthony. I have become new, in ways that I just did not see coming. Of course, I just didn’t sit on my hands but rather I followed the clues and I did research and I gave myself the best nutrition and supplements and excepting help from those who have the capacity to encourage healing, all with the intent of getting strong and whole. There is no greater JOY for me then to lift someone’s spirits and to be able to do that in the ways I can, is a Gift. I truly thought the days I felt like a sexy woman were over, but …. I feel so good about me that it bubbles over and it shows. As I told my sis, I’ve been working so hard to get strong physically, emotionally, and mentally. It takes a lot of commitment. I’m stunned by how strong I feel as I walk confidently being the person I was created to be. Bless you, dear friend, for such an outstanding comment. 🌟🌟🌟

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      1. This adds further weight to the glorious manifestation of Matthew 6:33…

        “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you…..

        This passage is so all-encompassing. It bubbles and spills over into and impacts our lives, helping and driving us to become strong physically, emotionally, and mentally…..

        You have some amazing photography miles left ahead of you, and some of those shots will require you being in great shape and having endurance…

        “Do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? 20 For you were bought at a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which are God’s…1 Corinthians 6:19-20

        Happy Trekking!!

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      2. In order for me to achieve all that God has set out before me to achieve, I must be strong, Anthony. This is one of the motivations for me to do what I am right now. Just carrying that heavy camera equipment (16 pounds) takes endurance. And yes I know in the future strength and endurance will be a factor if I am to go to the places God directs me to go. As we age the journey becomes more challenging but, if we are but willing to listen to the Guidance we are given, and to help ourselves in every way possible, aging becomes easier. I know for a fact the way I felt before I started back to the gym and now presently, the comparison is from night to day. To feel this strong again brings great JOY to me. And I will keep on getting even stronger with so many things yet to do. Bless you, dear friend, for leaving more Light and Sacred Words for me to read. Thank you!! 🌟🌟🌟

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    1. I too have more confidence in myself compared to when I was younger, Cathy. IF a man had “hit on me” as one of these guys did, I would have been so embarrassed and would have done everything to get away. Today however, the confidence in myself shows and boy does it feel good. I won’t compromise nor will I allow anyone to disrespect me in any way. Thank you for commenting …. your words I totally “got”. Bless you and have a great day!! 🌟🌟🌟

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  3. AmyRose,
    You are an inspiration. This is a great reminder that as long as we are alive we have the power to choose who we are. Aliveness is sexy and you are definitely alive. Thank you for showing the world that aging can be beautiful.
    Keep living big and sharing the journey.

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    1. Ali, I thank you so much. Your words touched me deeply. To finally be able to feel good about me, with health and good fortune shining brightly in my life, that is being alive and then some! How wrong it is to be brainwashed into thinking young is beautiful. But, that is how the world is for the most part. I saw a while ago a picture of an older woman from a third world country, with lines and very wizened from the very hard life she had and the very first thought that came to mind was ….. Oh my goodness but this woman is beautiful. Then I felt such sadness because we here in the US look down upon aging with so many women investing in youth products to stay young looking. Gah! I could go on but I won’t. LOL I’m just glad you read my post and got what you did out of it. May your day be a great one!! 🌟🌟🌟

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    1. Jeremy, thank you. And about that self-confidence …. that was years in making. Once upon a time I would have been mortified and found any excuse to hightail it away from that man. It feels so good to be able to stand tall, look someone in the eye, and say “thank you”. Powerful experience. Bless you for reading!! I hope you walked away with a bit of wisdom for those coming years …. (smile) 🌟🌟🌟

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    1. Then I am happy for you that you did not have the miserable experiences I did, where it seemed so many people treated me as if I no longer was important. I agree sexy has nothing to do with age. Our society at large connects sexy with youth, which is so so wrong. My second to last paragraph says, “It’s all in the “inner glow”, attitude, facial expression, and how you present yourself that matters, not the degree of “beauty” according to this world’s standards.” regarding how one both feels and projects outwardly. However, not many people as they age feel sexy due to health issues, abuse issues, neglect issues, disrespect issues. Here in the USA there really is a terrible stigma that older people have nothing to contribute. When that is prevalent, it is not easy to fight back. And if you don’t have a good support system in place, it’s even harder to stand up and shout STOP treating me so badly! I encourage all who do read this who have had miserable experiences to fight back too. Horray for you that you still get whistles. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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    1. And I really hope that I’ve encouraged other women who are getting up there in age that they too can feel sexy. There is a lot more to it then just feeling sexy. Ya gotta feel good about yourself and have your health. With either one of those ingredients missing, forget feeling sexy. So glad you enjoyed this post, Donna!!! And yes the the sum of the total that I am doing is working. I’m seeing progress that I’ve waited a very long time for! Much Love to you!! 🌟🌟🌟

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    1. Thank you, Irene. If I can overcome the obstacles that were set before me, any woman who is determined to feel good about herself can do it too. And yes, that inner glow is a must in order for genuine sexy to be seen. Much Love to you!! 🦋🦋🦋

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    1. Oh wow! What am I supposed to say to this? Thank you, Marie, for your kindness and your generosity. I hope this post has not only encouraged you but all women who read these words. Bless you! 🌟🌟🌟

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    1. Mark, if you look closely, my hat is tucked in behind my fanny pack, ready to put on my head when the sun gets too hot. My skin … sunscreen. And I really wanted to encourage those who are “aging gracefully” that no matter what this world says or does, we who are mature still can feel sexy. And yeah …. the glow. (smile) Much Love to you! 🌟🌟🌟

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      1. Aw bless you, dear friend. I don’t know what it is about the USA but the stigma of “age” is a nightmare here. Perhaps everyone’s journey is not as brutal as mine was, but through that journey I found self-confidence in myself as never before found and learned all over again how to feel good about ME. SMILE! 💖

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      2. Yes, my site is still playing up. I’ve even stripped it back bare and it still refuses to play nice. I’m beginning to think it is something to do with my hosting. Cross your fingers for me dear lady or I may have to resort to using carrier pigeons 😀

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    1. Aw, Eliza! Thank you! Hubby was a wee uncomfortable with the “sexy librarian thing going on” …. men! Honestly! He should be tickled that other men find me attractive. I’ve only been married to the man for 36 years! Geesh! Ya know? LOL

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    1. And that’s the way I like it, YC. I abhor anyone dictating to me how to live my life. If I let others they would do so in a heartbeat. Thank you for the comment. It meant a lot to me! 🤗

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  4. This is such an inspirational post, Amy. Sometimes in our lives we may not feel sexy or not feel ourselves, and we let others define who we are. But when we decide to just be ourselves and let the naysayers say what they want to think, we are unstoppable at becoming the best version of ourselves. That is you. Good on you for doing what you do at the gym, focusing on your own workouts and it sounded like the three guys who talked to you were really impressed by what you can do and will do – self-confidence is a very attractive and sexy thing.

    You are so right on how we present ourselves. If we take care of ourselves from the inside, we will shine on the outside. Hugs to you ❤

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    1. You are yet young, dear Mabel, and still you know that at times a woman truly does not feel sexy. Imagine being in your 60’s and really having to not only fight against a system that looks at you as if you no longer matter, but also, working three times harder at least to stay in shape. Lots of commitment and dedication and much self-LOVE. My motivation to do as I am right now (and going to the gym is only a part of the whole) is to move forward so that I may achieve all that I am meant to achieve before my final breath. Along with realizing I still can pull sexy off, I’ve had to take a really hard look at my mortality. Not easy to do!

      As for those 4 men, a feather could have knocked me over. I do not intentionally look for male attention and when I got it that day I walked on air. It was as though the Angels themselves designed a way for me to get super charged so that in turn I keep on going, which again is not easy to do. I am feeling the strongest I have in a very long time, and as my husband tells me as well the mirror, the combination of ALL that I am doing is paying off in spades. As hubby slid my glasses off my face last night when I fell asleep reading my book, he whispered, “Honey, you don’t look a day over 40.” Smiling that is how I slipped back to sleep. (smile) Everyone including me must start with health, for without health you have nothing. And from there you must know your self-value so that can shine forth.

      Thank you so much for reading a post that is for me, a huge hallmark in my progress in my life. I’m truly living my “dream” right now and with each day, my hope gets stronger that I shall be able to achieve everything I want to. Much Love to you!! 🌟🌟🌟

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      1. There are indeed times when we don’t feel sexy, inside and outside. As we grow older, we become more susceptible to health issues and our bodies changing, and that can be hard to accept if we’ve always been used to a strong body that looks a certain way.

        It sounds like you are doing what you love to do, and that is the adrenalin for you to keep feeling and being sexy. You are so right. Without health we have nothing. Best we listen to our bodies and we are always in the right direction. So glad to hear you are living your dream and I hope you keep living it.

        Keep being you, Amy 🙂

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      2. Bless you, Mabel! There is so much more to my story on how I arrived where I am today. I hope in some way I’ve been able to inspire you to cherish your health and do all you can in order to embrace every one of your dreams. 🌟🌟🌟

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      3. Amy you have not just inspired me, but I think so many others too judging by your engagement with so many others on here. Thank you for sharing as always. We’re always here if you need anything ❤

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  5. Amy! Glad I saw this post. 😁💕💃 You know by now that I’ve been saying this very same thing about sexy for years. I am so thrilled to hear you’re going to the gym and men are hitting on you- you sexy thang!

    I remember when you purchased my fitness handbook and you were in a bad place. To see you come full circle, brings joy to my heart.

    What we have in common is chronic back pain and we do not allow that or age to define us.

    I always say “I feel the sexy com’n on”.

    You look awesome and to see all that equipment around your back, shows your strength in your back and mentally as well.

    😁😁😁😁😁😁💕💕💕💥🙏

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    1. Thank you so much, Emma. I was SO discouraged for so long after menopause because I just could not maintain a pump or a cut anymore. All that work for nothing? So I walked away from the gym thinking yoga would be enough in combo with all the walking I do. Wrong. With the aid of powerful supplements, a whole food high protein diet, an acupuncturist and a chiropractor, I found the courage to return to the gym and to my utter surprise “muscle memory” happened and I began to see results almost immediately. Now I am “dead” serious about my workouts, gradually increasing my weights and being very aware of my back. According to my acupuncturist my neural messages from my brain to certain muscles groups were not properly working. Now that things have begun to function, I am seeing the actual reality of able to body build again. And yes, carrying around that equipment (16 pounds) is in of itself requires stamina. Notice I have no weight on my back itself. I am not able to do so. I figured out a system to balance weight on both hips and in the front of me on my chest with my very heavy camera and lens to keep the majority of weight off my back. Still though, I must use my inverse table a lot after each photo shoot. It is a JOY to be this active and feeling this strong! I am SO SO SO grateful that I am doing what I am.

      As for the “hitting on” that is just a by-product and a confirmation that what I am doing is working. The natural signs of aging are still there, granted, yet, those too are reversing and I am seeing youth appear on me. My husband is stunned at how young I’ve been looking lately, and how good. (smile!)

      Thank you SO much for this encouraging comment. Only one who knows back pain and chronic pain can understand the massive achievement I am creating in my life right now. Bless you for reading my testimony that working out with weights is one of the best things you can do for yourself. BIG (((HUGS))) 💜💜💜

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  6. You reminded me of a line that is a title to one of my poem – Will I get to the world before the world get to me?
    And that is The way – the one you model – to get to the world. To be so true to yourself that as a woman the sexuality simply shines and oozes. I hope I am able to walk this path – I say this knowing exactly what you mean when you say – I am married and I know how to carry myself. It is the depth with which you have stayed true and courageous to life and your choices is what gives you the space and ability to live beyond the definition of any age number. Cheers to you and I celebrate the youth of your spirit my friend! Much Love to you.

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    1. Pregalbha, there is so much more to the whole picture then what I revealed here. For starters I’ve been diligently working on my health in every way possible for years. Just a mere couple of months ago, my path crossed with a gentleman who recommended supplements that he guaranteed I would see results from. Because of the unique conversation we had, I took his recommendations. It is those supplements that got me back to the gym. When a woman feels good not only inside about herself but outwardly as well, she walks differently and she presents herself with self-confidence. As you can plainly see by my picture hubby took and the testimony I wrote, (very unusual happenings believe me!) I’ve begun to shine again in ways I didn’t think possible at my age. I am so determined now to make a come back with body building it aint even funny. My high protein/whole organic food diet combined with these supplements are enabling me to become strong! Years ago I didn’t have the self-confidence as I do today so even if I was in better shape then, today I outshine that former self from years ago. I really HOPE I inspired you not to give up and to keep on seeking ways to keep your mind/body strong. Word to the wise …. as we age, we must adjust what we do, eat, and how we live in order to maintain health. Much LOVE to you!! 🦋🦋🦋

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      1. Thank you so much for taking the time to share with me :))))
        I am very diligent about food choices and know the effect it has. Yet I am always processing so much internally that it seems it keeps me away from feeling strong and confident. I can see and truly love how you are shining – I am so happy for you and you do inspire me 💛

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  7. What a fabulous post, Amy!! And I so get this. I’m on the verge of 51 and never have I felt sexier. Never have I had so much male attention, either, and the most persistent are young enough to be my children. So hilarious, but sometimes it’s also uncomfortable because I don’t have the excuse of being married to decline offers and “wanting to be alone” is not considered a valid excuse to decline invitations. A middle-aged woman who’s not desperate for companionship!? Part of it is our deepening self-love

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    1. Oops hit reply before finishing..
      …and part of it is changing attitudes in how older women are perceived. It’s become trendy for us to be hot. Also, younger men are learning that there’s more to sexiness than just looks. We’re more experienced, have gotten over ourselves, and those of us who have done the inner work are so over the games and drama. Thank you for sharing your hotness, sexy lady 🌹🔥

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    2. Julie, you are ahead of me, dear friend. Good for you feeling and looking sexy at almost 51. My journey was different, so I really didn’t come into my sexiness until recently. I must point out to you that when speaking with these men, I had my gym gloves on, so that my wedding rings were not showing. I didn’t say I was married, but just allowed the conversations to flow. Now if one of those situations turned out with someone asking me say, out for a coffee, I would have then pointed out sorry, I’m married. And says who, “wanting to be alone” is not a valid reason to decline invitations? It’s your life not theirs! Your self-love is probably the attraction, that and you could care less one way or another whether they do ask you for a “date”. The unattainable …. and we all know how some men love the chase. Teehee ….. Here in the USA, at least my experiences tell me, the getting older is not a turn-on. That could be changing. Perhaps people are just tired of seeing “perfection” and all the air-brushing that makes impossible representations of what beauty is. Hmmmm …. Maybe? There is too the fact that “mature” women tend to walk and behave with more confidence in themselves, which again, is a sure fire draw from the opposite sex. I’m just so happy for you that you are walking your beauty, not afraid to shine and be who you are. Feels good doesn’t it? Yep, I’m so over the games and drama …. my steady eye gaze even declares that truth. Celebrate you and perhaps just perhaps, one of those encounters will lead to something more. You never know! 😉

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      1. A lot of people still see being alone as something to be avoided. An unmarried middle-aged woman is seen as someone to be rescued from her loneliness, but so many of us have turned that loneliness into precious solitude. Right now I’m having the time of my life being free. Do I want a chance encounter to turn into something more?Totally doesn’t matter anymore. I am perfectly okay with being alone for the rest of my life. I finally know what I deserve and will not settle ever again. This is not to say that I’m high maintenance. Not at all. (We always hear that good women should be spoiled, which is true, but I believe that good men should be spoiled, too. And it’s fun to spoil good people😊) I just know what I have to offer. This is a wonderful place to be in life and I’m delighted to see that more people (men and women) are realizing this. It makes for solid, happier, healthier relationships if and when they do happen. Have a beautiful Sunday, dear Amy. 💖🌹😊

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      2. Ahhhh, just wonderful! You truly are an inspiration. When we just let go and live in this moment, not hankering for “more” or moaning we don’t have this or that, that is when the flow and magic of Life happens. Understood!! Relationships of any kind are work, I don’t care what anyone says. There is a big part of me that if given the chance, I would have made different choices in my past. Yet this too I don’t focus on because what is, IS. And I make the best of what IS. Just as you are. Good to know that people are getting to the point that it’s OK to be alone and self-sustained. I agree it does make for happier and healthier relationships when they do happen. The “neediness” is gone. Have a beautiful Sunday as well, dear friend. I’m still waiting on this weather to cool off a bit. It’s been extremely hot and humid. BIG (((HUGS)))!!! 💝

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  8. I’m loving this post and all the great comments! I’m 48 and flying face first into menopause and suddenly realising that it’s not just about the physical changes, but mental changes too. And the growing confidence in my body is all part of it! Great to hear someone else’s story about what seems to be almost a hidden topic. You go, girl!!! 👍💕

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    1. Hi, Wendy! Between menopause a subject as you say is not “talked” about much, and that of so many people who treated me far differently then previous to the days of “before 50”, my confidence and my entire concept of who I was went down the toilet. Menopause is a journey that changes a woman in more ways then a woman saw coming. However, after a long period of time, I put the broken pieces of me back together and today am walking a different tune then ever before. I wish you all the very best with your journey. I think it is high time we women began speaking about aging gracefully and the challenges and hardships that come along with a huge change called menopause. I’m so happy you read this post and I really hope it inspired you in your own life. Any time life seems to be overwhelming or you have questions, remember there is a woman who is more then willing to reach out to help. I had no one to turn to, no support of any kind, and I do remember how that felt. BIG (((HUGS))) for entering a phase that when it ends, you will look back and say WOW! Not only that, the strength and LOVE for you will be so solid not even a tornado can uproot you. 🌟🌟🌟

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      1. Thank you so much 😃 This makes me feel very positive about the changes that are happening. Funny, I feel incredibly strong at the moment, but it’s nice to know I have someone to talk to if things get rocky. Us girls need to stick together 🌈 I can’t believe how timely your post was for me 😃

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  9. I’m baffled that you thought you ever lost it. Maybe you just lost confidence for a while. Probably from all the sucking of menopause. Gawd it’s sucky when you’re in the middle of it. I’ve always thought you’re foxy. You go, Girl! 🙂

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    1. Compared to how I feel today to just last year, yes, Joey, there is a huge difference. I really thank you for thinking I’ve been foxy. Guess it is just the way I was truly feeling that I don’t let too many know about, especially here, if you know what I mean. Gads, there is enough negativity without me going on about well …. the whining I feel sorry for me stuff. Anywho, menopause fyi was a very difficult journey for me and it lasted for many years. I will keep going, regardless of what life throws at me. Bless you!! I’ll come on over tomorrow. I’m beat right now from all the running I’ve been doing. (((HUGS)))!! 💝💝💝

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  10. Amy this made my day, so made me smile, Yes let the roar commence!! and as I reached my mid sixties a few months ago now, nothing wrong with some ego boosting every now and again.. 🙂
    You sound in far better shape than I.. lol

    Much love my dear friend, and still smiling away 🙂 ❤

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    1. SMILING in return! I’m doing things to improve my self-image, dear friend, as in returning to the gym (as you read), going to an acupuncturist who applies electricity to the needles (WOW!), incorporating more wonderful supplements all geared towards actual healing of the cells, and I’m being more active then I have been in a very long time. Just going on my photo shoots with all my camera equipment means I’m carrying 16 pounds of weight on me for hours at a time and handling a camera and long lens that is by itself 7 pounds. I get a workout, believe me! Energy has returned! And with it, youth. It’s all what you want and what you are willing to do. I hope I’ve inspired you to take a good long look at you and then bring actions into your life to assist you with health, strength, and youth. BIG (((HUGS)))!!! And much LOVE! 💞💞💞

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      1. indeed you have Amy, decorating four rooms in our home this past week has shown me how out of shape I am with all the aches and pains especially the knees with kneeling to paint skirting boards etc.. I have some hand weights I used to use daily last year but since the garden took over, then I overdid it and hurt my back I rested… Now I need more exercise, so yes you have inspired me Amy.. And put me to shame LOL..
        Sending so much love your way ❤

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      2. Slow and steady, Sue. Painting is very hard on the body and that is one thing I just won’t do. I still have my days that the aches and pains come roaring in with a vengeance but on those days, I make it a down day and rest. We have to take into consideration the age factor so we do not hurt ourselves. I tend to overdo or push, and I have to keep advising myself to slow down at times. On the days I feel great, I fly, my favorite thing to do. LOL I’m proving that IF our minds intend to accomplish something, and then our bodies set out to do it, the “impossible” becomes possible. But we have to be wise in the accomplishing and realize we are no longer 25. I so encourage you, dear friend. (((HUGS)))!! 🦋🦋🦋

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      3. Chuckling here Amy as my hubby kept saying SLOW down.. but me being me wants it finished and put back ship shape lol… I too kept pushing myself even though I ached, I told myself I was fine, and hubby I was fine LOL… My mind thinks like a twenty five year old, My body tells me different LOL

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      4. OH do I so get this! My mind feels 25 but this body …. another story. When I’m in the flow and flying, hubby tells me “I’m disgusting” (laughing!) and wants to know where I get all my energy from. I told him about supplements and other things like um going to the gym. But nope, hubby is much more of a sitter then I am. I’m like you. Once I want to do something, I do it. LOL Ouch! LOL

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  11. Great post Amy. I was so shy and lacking confidence my entire life so I tuned into what I did feel I had going for me…my looks. At least that is what people always told me…I was so pretty. Unfortunately focusing in on that and getting life from that turned into many bad choices. Later on when I started accepting myself for me and not how I looked I became SO MUCH HAPPIER. However, I have gained a lot of weight too. So now it’s a struggle to be happy but yet healthy.

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    1. Boy can I relate to your journey, LeeAnn. I think it is more difficult for good looking women to go through menopause and loose what they used to have in comparison to those women who are not so beautiful. I went through so many humbling experiences which today all lead me to the place, I have confidence in myself, not only because of how I look, but more importantly, how I feel about myself. I wish you all the very best in gaining your optimum health. Without health, it is not possible to be happy nor to feel good about yourself. I’m so glad you could relate to this post and enjoyed it. Thank you for commenting!! Much Love to you! 💜💜💜

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