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Jazzercise

Published on September 5, 2014 by in Stories

In the late 1990’s both my wife and daughter-in-law, Tawny, were in Jazzercise. As usual, I was struggling with weight/fitness issues, so when they kept urging me, I joined. This was not a good fit for me; I was clearly one of the oldest people in the class, and one of only two or three

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Seeing Eye to Eye (Another Story)

Published on August 5, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Seeing Eye to Eye Like most men my age, I registered for the draft. I never doubted I would serve, but I was in no hurry to do so. I waited until my number came up, then just before I was to report for my Army physical, I enlisted in the Air Force. Army Inductees

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Objective and Outcome

What is the objective? What is the expected outcome? Objective and outcome; two of the most important concepts in training, are also important in everyday conversation. I was recently talking to an acquaintance, who was greatly exaggerating everything he said. As a matter of fact, I suspect this young man lives in a Walter Mitty

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