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Liv Fun

by Leisure Care
Spring 2018
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Our Bodies
by Tammy Kennon

We are living into our 70s, 80s and even 90s in relative comfort. Advancements in science and healthcare are responsible for giving us these bonus years, and scientists have not abandoned us now that we’re here. They continue to explore our brave, old world and are finding relatively simple, proactive ways we can keep our bodies well-tuned and flourishing.

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The Naked Truth
by Skye Moody

The gorilla stands 10 feet tall, or so it seems. He’s a giant, anyway. I’m five feet tall and weigh in the vicinity of 85 pounds, fully dressed. The gorilla is naked — which is the point of this story — and weighs, I’d guess, 600. There we stand in our clothed bodies, free of iron bars, to come and go as we wish. There he stands behind those bars against his will, yet in a sense freer than all the gawkers combined.

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Return to Pearl Harbor
by Paul Golde

On December 7, 1941, my father was a handsome, lanky 18-year-old enjoying the new film Babes on Broadway. He was a typical New York City kid who loved to sing, so an afternoon off from working at the family bakery to enjoy a musical with friends was nothing short of heavenly … until someone ran down into the front of the theater to shout out the hellish news of the Pearl Harbor attack.

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