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Learning To Keep My Balance Is A Chore

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Morris Linnemann picked a six-inch bell pepper in his Columbia garden.
Morris Linnemann picked a six-inch bell pepper in his Columbia garden.

by Stella Linnemann As seniors, we tend to lose our balance easier. It’s more difficult to look up and not get dizzy. We also trip more frequently. That one fall can result in all kinds of injuries. One lesson I have learned is not to wear flip flops. Flip flops are dangerous and so are …

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