perils with writing and whatnot
I’m getting a late start on this post again. I was under the weather yesterday. It wasn’t so bad that I was in bed or not on the computer, but my brain refused to consider a post entry. What is that ingredient that you find in most Asian food? I’m thinking that my digestive system has an awful time with it. This is upsetting because I love Asian food.
Since I’ve turned 60 (very late last summer), I’ve been doing an attitude transformation. It started when I turned 50 but the changes were small. Now I’m getting into the colossal altering. Psychologically, it’s given me a new lease on life. I wonder how far I can go with this revamping of my attitude?
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