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Old 02-23-2011, 09:34 PM   #21
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Turkish Stuffed Eggplant, salad, garlic bread and rice.
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:28 PM   #22
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What's in a Turkish Stuffed Eggplant stuffed with?
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:44 PM   #23
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I didn't have much of an appetite, so I had Roasted cauliflower, carrots, and sweet onions, and Mini baked potatoes with sour cream and scallions.
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What's in a Turkish Stuffed Eggplant stuffed with?
Yes, Fuzzy....inquiring minds want to know what's in a "Turkish" stuffed eggplant?

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Old 02-24-2011, 12:08 AM   #25
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Yes, Fuzzy....inquiring minds want to know what's in a "Turkish" stuffed eggplant?

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It's posted in another thread.Sounds really good.
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Old 02-24-2011, 12:49 AM   #26
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It took me all day, and me waddling around in my new "balance" sandals. You were right about that, PF.
How are the sandals working out? I was disappointed when they wouldn't let me wear my shoes to Rehab. But, I still get to bounce around in them at work!
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How are the sandals working out? I was disappointed when they wouldn't let me wear my shoes to Rehab. But, I still get to bounce around in them at work!
I appreciate your warning me about the wobblies. I took a glance through the shoes, because I only have 3 pairs. One is a sandal fastened with velcro, Another were $3 red flip flops and the third is a pair of memory foam slippers.

I found some with sandal/velcro uppers and the "balance" soles. I like them a lot. I was kind of wobbly anyway because of of my back, but once I got more familiar with the feel of them, it seemed that my legs and back seemed to gradually improve all day.

They were only $22!

I watched a TV show a good while back that said that elderly people were strengthening their bones by doing Tai Chi. I figure it was the balancing like dancing, so I figured these could be helpful for my osteoporosis.
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I appreciate your warning me about the wobblies. I took a glance through the shoes, because I only have 3 pairs. One is a sandal fastened with velcro, Another were $3 red flip flops and the third is a pair of memory foam slippers.

I found some with sandal/velcro uppers and the "balance" soles. I like them a lot. I was kind of wobbly anyway because of of my back, but once I got more familiar with the feel of them, it seemed that my legs and back seemed to gradually improve all day.

They were only $22!

I watched a TV show a good while back that said that elderly people were strengthening their bones by doing Tai Chi. I figure it was the balancing like dancing, so I figured these could be helpful for my osteoporosis.

So glad you are liking them! I'm joining a Tai Chi class in the next couple of weeks, when the instructor starts it over.
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So glad you are liking them! I'm joining a Tai Chi class in the next couple of weeks, when the instructor starts it over.
My Mom had a DVD of Tai Chi instructed by David Carradine. It was lovely and I used to do it often, especially by watching the TV in the mirror across the room I could work out with him and his group. It's very relaxing, you'll enjoy it, I'm sure! Have fun!
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