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Unless we have deleted the data, they will forever be floating or “buried” in this digital graveyard when we are no longer here. Maybe one day some experts may find a solution to auto delete all the data of the deceased. This would be in the realm of auto digital cremation!.

Sunday, May 11, is not only Mother’s Day but also the kick off of National Women’s Health Week. The week is designed to empower women to take care of their health, which includes eating healthy and being physically active. With this theme in mind, I polled many moms and asked them what fun and healthy gifts would they want on Mother’s Day..

That prompted local police to issue the official version of “Dear god, no.” They advised people to avoid the infectious and potentially ornery animals, and to ensure that their pets avoided them too. It was probably just a precaution. Most people are smart enough to avoid an animal that looks like it’s capable of kicking off a zombie apocalypse movie, starring the first person to touch it as patient zero.

We didn’t know we had a genetic issue. When Jill was born and the nurse lifted her onto the scales, Gene pronounced her healthy. He said, “There is nothing wrong with this baby.” She was healthy, and we never worried after that.. Lucuma powder is made from the subtropical fruit of the Pouteria lucuma tree, which is native to Peru, Chile and Equador. Lucuma are cool weather drought resistant trees that grow 25 to 50 feet tall. Known as the Gold of the Incas in ancestral times, the fruit is yellowish green and egg shaped with a dry, starchy yellow orange flesh.

In one of my earlier articles, “How to live to 100 plus”, I have written about the three lines of defense to protect our bodies from sickness. They are proper nutrition, regular exercise and a relaxed positive mental attitude. Here I will add another defensive weapon to strengthen our body immune system.

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