Metal Clay Book Giveaway

>> Wednesday, December 2, 2009

My husband has recently really become interested in jewelry making. He has mostly worked in fused glass and is verging on obsessed with his new hobby. The other day, told me about another medium that he wants to try out. It's called Precious Metal Clay. The "clay" is a polymer that consists of precious metals and a binding agent. After firing in a kiln, only the metal remains. Well, lo and behold, I stumbled across a giveaway for a book about this craft. Take a look at where they are giving away a copy of Metal Clay, Beyond the Basics, By Carol A. Babineau. It looks like a great book and would definitely be a great present under the tree for my husband.


HP Touchsmart 600 Desktop PC Giveaway!

>> Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Wow! Run, don't walk, over to Jolly Mom ( (button on my blog too). She is giving away a fabulous brand new hi-tech all-in-one HP Touchsmart 600 Desktop Computer HP ( ). Yes!!! I can't begin to explain how cool this computer is. HP and Microsoft worked together to develop a computer that bundles all of the components into one thin screen. Yep, the computer is IN THE SCREEN. It is a a massive space-saver, not to mention a very powerful computer.

Those of us who have gotten hooked on the touch-screen features of our smart phones, now have that same (and MORE ADVANCED)
technology in a desktop computer. It also comes bundled with the new Windows 7 OS and lots of cool software and games.

It's a fantastic giveaway! Good Luck to everyone.


Dado Blade Giveaway at Home Construction Improvement (dot com)

>> Friday, November 13, 2009

Woodworking is one of those hobbies that is addictive. Every trip to the home improvement store yields more fun gizmos and gadgets to help us with our projects. Well, Todd at has a giveaway up for us woodworking fiends. He's giving away a Stacked Dado set to one of his VERY LUCKY readers. For folks that aren't familiar with this type of blade "set" make sure that your read Todd's review. He will fill you in on how the Stacked Dado blade can accomplish so much more than your average table saw blade.

here's a link to the blog and giveaway!

The winner will receive the Delta 8″ Stacked Dado Set Model #35-7670! It's a $150 value!!!


Lenovo IdeaPad U350 Review & Giveaway!

Wow, I can't believe this wonderful giveaway. Yes, I am a techno-geek and I love that so many other folks are also getting more interested in computers. The greatest thing about computers is that they are really getting so easy to operate that they practically take care of themselves. There is a lot less "operator-error" to deal with.

Head over to and check out there great giveaway. They are giving away a Lenovo IdeaPad U350!!! Yes, a free Computer! The IdeaPad is perfect for us bloggers on the go. According to MommyPr's review, it is lightweight and even has a cool new feature called "veriface". The laptop literally takes a picture of you with it's webcam and then uses that photo to verify that the operator is the owner. How cool and Star Trek-like is that?

While you are over at MommyPr, check out the rest of the blog. There is a lot going on over there, and it is a great resource, especially with the holiday season coming up.


The Dremel 4000 Giveaway at Home Construction Improvement

>> Thursday, November 12, 2009

Any of you who read my blog will know that one of my favorite blogs is at . Todd Fratzel runs a great site with tips on home improvement and also sends out an informative newsletter. Yeah, yeah, I've written about Todd's site before, but trust me, you are gonna want to head over there right now to get entered into his newest giveaway. is giving away a brand new Dremel 4000. This is the latest and greatest in the Dremel line of rotary tools. Just reading his review got my mind to wondering about all of the tasks that I could take on (and actually complete!) with this handy little (yet powerful!) tool. One of the greatest things about dremels is all of the cool attachments you can get for them. They basically become a small everything-power-tool. You can use cutting wheels, polishing discs, sharpening blades, drill bits, and even router bits. Gotta love the multi-tasking ability of this dynamo. So... yeah, get over to and read the whole review and sign up for Todd's newsletter!


Oreck Halo Vacuum Cleaner Giveaway at MommyGoggles!

>> Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Anyone who knows me knows that I have two cats, a husband, and a four bedroom house. I am also always on the go and often entertain. I really need some help keeping our castle in order and ready for guests. Well, I love the idea of the new Oreck Halo Vacuum. It actually KILLS GERMS!!! Yes, it knocks those dustmites and germies right out! This is about the coolest vaccum that I have heard of. Considering that our vacuum is more of a dust-blower, I am very intrigued by the wonderful features of this Oreck vacuum.

Well, go on over to ( ) and read Tanya's great review of this vacuum. Even better, enter her contest. Yep, she's giving away a free Oreck Halo Vacuum to one of her readers. Yeah, yeah, I really want to win it for myself, but fear not dear readers, you can throw your hat into the ring for the competition too. Oh, and while you are over at MommyGoggles, take a look around her blog. It is really worth a read!


Life has been exciting and busy...

>> Thursday, October 29, 2009

Yes, my adventure of a life has been continuing at full-speed. In the last month, I have gone to NFL football games, NHL hockey games, the symphony, lots of dinners out, and 2 vacations. Yep! that's right two vacations. The first was a quick weekend away with my husband and friends for his birthday. We headed down to Tunica, MS and did a bit of gambling and playing. I always describe to to friends as kind of like "Chuck E. Cheese" for adults. You pay money to play games, eat lots of food, and well since we're adults, drink free drinkees. It's a blast and really a great way to get rid of some stress.

Our other vacation was to beautiful Taos, New Mexico. We had never been their before, and I can definitely recommend it as a gorgeous place to visit. We spent three luxurious nights at the El Monte Sagrada resort and spa. Boy, oh Boy, that place treated me like a queen. It is so relaxing and quiet with beautiful views of the mountains. We also visited the Indian Pueblo, some art galleries, and the surrounding countryside. The beauty was almost overwhelming. I will attach a photo to give you just a hint of how special a place Taos is.


Stop Dropping Nails and Screws! The MagnoGrip!!!!

>> Wednesday, September 16, 2009

I have a new cool gizmo to tell you about. One of my favorite sites , Home Construction Improvement has posted a review of "The MagnoGrip". If you are like me, you tend to lose small screws and nails when you are working on a project. I also have a problem finding a secure place to set nails and screws when I am not using them at the moment, but will need them shortly. Either I lose them, or my cat runs away with them. Same result either way... I have a screw loose!

Anyway, the MagnoGrip folks have designed a
cool cuff that you can wear that has a magnet on it so that you can simply magnetically attach nails, screws, and other small metal doohickies to your wrist. Woo hoo... no more lost objects or having to go back down the ladder to retrieve the nails that you need for your project. Check out the full review at Home Construction Improvement's website.

Oh, and even cooler yet... they are giving away a FREE MagnoGrip over at Home Construction Improvement.


Router Table Giveaway

>> Thursday, August 6, 2009

I love tools. This is no secret. Both my husband and I have been very interested in doing more woodworking projects. Many a weekend morning has been spent watching the "Router Guys" on T.V. practically build an entire house with just a router. Problem is... you need a good router table. Well, go on over to and check out the cool router table giveaway that they have going on. While you are there, subscribe to the email list. It is one of my favorites. I get great tips and tool reviews delivered right to my email box.

They are giving away a SKIL RAS900 Router Table. It is designed for the "junior and mid-level" woodworker. Most of us fit into this category, so it sounds perfect.


UnPlanned Parties

>> Thursday, May 14, 2009

Last night, I was out running some errands. My husband called and told me that a couple of friends were meeting at our local Mexican restaurant for drinks and food. Nothing had been planned, but I turned my car around and headed on over. When I arrived there were 4 people gathered outside on the deck. We pushed some more tables together, and within a couple of hours our group had grown to 9 people. It was a beautiful spring evening. The humidity was low and the humor was high. All I kept thinking was what wonderful friends I have and how great it is when spontaneity takes over our overly planned lives. I think we all need to try just a bit harder to let go of our schedules, computers, smartphones, and appointments now and then. Sometimes it is great to just gather together on the spur of the moment and enjoy a nice relaxing evening. Gotta love spring!


NASCAR VIP for the Weekend

>> Monday, April 13, 2009

I promised that I would tell you all about my trip to Martinsville, Virginia for my very first NASCAR race. In a word... WONDERFUL!

This was a trip that I won through a sweepstakes with Goodys Headache Powders. I was not sure what a free trip would be like, but I am always up for an adventure. Well, I can not say enough about how wonderfully my husband and I were treated for the three days of this trip. The folks from Goodys were generous and treated us like VIPs. Our hotel, the Downtown Marriott in Greensboro, NC, was very nice. I met several of my fellow prize winners, the promotions people, Goodys executives, and other race fans the first night in the hotel bar. Any nerves that I might have had about the trip quickly erased.

Saturday morning they bussed us to the racetrack, about an hour away. They had coolers and snacks on the bus. Once we arrived at the track, we were escorted upstairs to the Goodys corporate suite and treated to a buffet and complimentary drinks. Our seats in the suite were phenomenal. We were in the front row of the suite on the Start/Finish line. Martinsville Racetrack is a "short-track", so our view let us see the entire track. The truck race was rained out that day, but we didn't care. We ate, drank, shopped and laughed a lot throughout the day. We also got to meet some celebrities. I met Darrel Waltrip, Juan Pablo Montoya, Jimmy Spencer, and A.J. Allmendinger. They were all nice guys.

On Sunday, we were up bright and early (well, maybe not bright) and back on the bus to the racetrack. When we arrived, the stands were not open for fans yet, but being with the Goodys people (the race sponsors) we were allowed in and up to our suite about an hour before everyone else. More food, drinks, and race swag awaited us. They even loaned us these new gizmos for watching/listening to the race that include a scanner and a mini personal t.v. I was hooked up! Richard Petty came by the suite and so I got to meet him and have him sign some items for me. Trace Adkins was the grand marshall for the race, so he watched the race in our suite.

One of the coolest things that I got to do was go down to the pits. We got to actually go through the tunnel under the track, and wander around the pits and garages while the crews were preparing for the race. I dodged lots of moving tires, and equipment. This "behind-the-scenes" experience was definitely an exclusive perk. I loved it.

I want to give a shout out to Chuck "Trouble" Carland. He is a well-known NASCAR radio announcer that Goodys arranged to host our suite. He is hilarious and one of the nicest folks I have met. He answered all of our questions about racing and entertained us with fun stories and trivia.

Overall, I want to thank the people from Goodys. These folks treated us like VIPs for a weekend and have created a new race fan.



>> Monday, April 6, 2009

I plan to write a nice long blog about my adventures at the Martinsville NASCAR race, but today, I have a mini-rant that I want to express about the concept/process of Obsolescence. I am laying here (feet up, cat snuggled close) typing on a very nice laptop computer. We have had this computer for about 5 years now. It was top of the line when we got it. Well... not it is fast approaching it's sell by date... if you know what I mean. I am getting annoyed at the way we are becoming a society that constantly needs new gizmos and gadgets because the onese we have are purposely designed to be obsolete in a year so that we will need to buy new ones. Case in point... a few years ago, my husband accidentally broke the LCD screen on his cell phone. No problem, we thought, let's just get him a new one. Well, turns out it is not so simple. Apparently, he could only replace his phone with one that operated on a new form of network and with a new type of chip. The hassle was that since we were on a family plan, they deteremined that I had to get a new phone too! Oddly enough, I am not complaining about the price of the phones. They gave us a nice discount. What I was upset (and obviously still am) about was that I had to turn in a perfectly good phone. I couldn't even donate it to a women's shelter, because it was so OBSOLETE. Yeah, it was only 2 years old.

Down from my soapbox for now. This rant was triggered by my laptop having a network burp and me spending an hour on the phone with a nice girl in India. She helped me out, but turns out I will be needing a new computer soon. Time to start saving up.


Life is an Adventure

>> Tuesday, March 17, 2009

I am back from vacation. Nope, I didn't take one of those trendy "staycations", I got the heck outa Dodge. We went down to Florida and then took a cruise to Mexico. Yep, lots of adventures. I am not going to go into a big travel log here, but suffice to say I got to know the bartenders, snorkled with the fishies, ate still I was stuffed, and finally won a trivia game for my "ship on a stick" (aka a little trophy of the cruise ship).

It is kinda funny though, my traveling adventures often have an unforseen side effect (no, not of the intestinal parasite type). When I get back from a trip, I usually appreciate my home and everyday life more. I guess absence can make the hear grow stronger to many things.

In about a week and a half, I am going on another adventure. Believe it or not, I won a trip to a NASCAR race. I am not known as a race fan, but I am indeed known as someone who will probably try or see almost anything at least once. Why not a car race? Live entertainment is such fun! I bet the people-watching will be great too. Oh... and as a side note, I also have a 1 in 10 chance of coming home the winner of a brand new Dodge Durango. Not getting my hopes up, but it sure would make a nice tailgate vehicle. Cross your electronic fingers for me!



Mail Musings

>> Tuesday, February 17, 2009

I originally titled my blog "Random Thoughts and Suggestions" because that is often how my mind operates. I have a very Seinfeld-esque way of posing questions about the most mundane things and then taking the time to actually try to ponder out some sort of solution.

Today, I am pondering Mail. It really is a pretty neat concept. The concept (and reality) of mail is changing though, and I guess that I am getting a bit sentimental as I type here in the blogosphere instead of sending off a nice letter to someone through the good 'ole postal service. When I was a little girl, there was nothing more exciting than getting a card or letter in the mail. My grandma and family would send me cute cards with news about what was going on in exciting places like "Florida" or "Colorado". Mail at summer camp was even better yet. Ahh, the joy of hearing my name called out by the camp counselors. Words from the outside to reassure me that the world kept turning even when I was stranded on a mountain and subsisting on marshmallow s'mores.

When my curiosity got the better of me I even signed up for some PenPals. Remember those? You could get on a list and write letters to a kid in some other country and swap stories about life in their world versus yours. I must admit that I was a pitiful PenPal, but the concept was still very cool.

Now that I am a "grown-up", or a reasonable facsimile thereof, Mail has an entirely different meaning. There is Bill Mail, Junk Mail, Catalogue Mail, and of course Fun Mail. Fun Mail is the best, but sadly the rarest. I love the holidays when those cards start rolling in. I love to order presents and packages and eagerly await their arrival on my doorstep. Anything is better than Bill Mail, but packages top the list.

My mom loves to retell the story about how when she was little packages arrived via the train service. A truck would then come down her street and she'd get all happy because it meant someone was getting a present. Today, I look for the FedEx or UPS trucks (don't get me started about the lackluster performance of DHL). They come rolling up my street, and I cross my fingers that they are bringing me something exciting, and not just a delivery for the home office neighbors a few doors down.

The newest kind of mail to consider is Electronic Mail. This is the newest evolution/revolution in mail. With Email, Instant Messaging, Texting, and all that other stuff that our new gizmos give us the ability to do, we have changed the concept of Mail forever. The convenience is fabulous. I can tap out a quick note to almost anyone, hit send, and then forget about it. It is quick, efficient, and sadly, rather impersonal. Yes, I don't have to buy stamps, burn gas, or use paper. So electronic might be considered a "green" way to communicate, but given all that is involved in constructing, operating, powering, delivering, and disposing of computers, the jury is still out on that one as far as I am concerned. Sometimes, I look at my childhood stamp collection and wonder if stamps will soon be something of the past. I hope not, as I would really miss those tiny little pieces of art affixed to the corner of missives.

So, I shall conclude this rambling and somewhat incoherent discussion with a salute to the glory of Mail. Long may she be delivered and long may she help us keep in touch with our fellow humans.

Time to go watch for the UPS truck now.


Printer Giveaway at "A Wrestling Addicted Mommy"

>> Thursday, February 5, 2009

Remember the days of dot matrix printers and paper that you had to tear the edges off? Well, head on over to the blog “A Wrestling Addicted Mommy” at and check out the Epson Artisan 800 printer that she is giving away. She has given her own Epson Artisan 800 a test drive and is raving about the quality and speed of the printer. Me? I am liking the fact that it runs on WiFi and can also serve as a FAX machine. We are all going wireless these days, and a wireless printer is just the gizmo to free you completely from being tethered to your desk. Print from the comfort of your own sofa, or even from the back deck (when the weather warms up of course).

While you are reading the review of the Epson Artisan 800 printer, take the time to look around at A Wrestling Addicted Mommy’s blog. She has some great posts on there to peruse. There is a button on my right sidebar that will take you directly to her site.


Layout Change...

>> Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Pardon my dust whilst I attempt to change my blog layout. I am trying to jazz up the layout and at more personal touches. Let me know what you think of the new layout. I will be tinkering with it over the next few days. It is a work in progress.

Check out my "dancing penguin" button and feel free to add it to your own blog!


Historic Photos of Nashville, by Jan Duke... a great book

I have lived in Nashville now for nearly twenty years. I have to say that I love my adopted home. It is such a beautiful city with so much to offer for residents and visitors alike. Recently, the folks at Turner Publishing, here in Nashville, sent me a wonderful book to look over and review. The book, “Historic Photos of Nashville”, by Jan Duke is a treasure trove of images from Nashville’s long and colorful history. The photos are expertly reproduced in a very clear format so that you can really get a sense of what the photographer was trying to show us as well as a feeling as to what life in Nashville’s past was like.

The photos in this book span the period from the Civil War through the development of Metropolitan Nashville to the 1970s. Images have been collected from many different archival sources in order to bring together a broad recordation of Nashville’s history. The photos vary from formal shots of grand structures and events to small glimpses into the life of the city’s residents. The book does not present any specific interpretation of Nashville’s history. There is no grand thesis being argued here. Instead, the reader/viewer is simply presented with these historic photographs and given the opportunity to draw from them what they will. It is an interesting way to present history, and I have to admit, it left me wanting more. My one minor criticism would be that I would love to have the stories behind more of these photographs; however, I realize that that was not the purpose of this volume. This book tells a story, but lets you fill in the blanks for yourself.

There are several photos in particular that really appealed to me. I tend to like historic photos that give you hints into the ordinary daily lives of our predecessors. Many of the grand public buildings still survive today, thank goodness, but the smaller non-descript structures and the businesses and people they housed are mostly gone. One image, of Printers alley, circa 1880s, is a particular favorite. Today, Printers Alley remains, but it is a strip of Honky Tonks, clubs, and bars. The photo on page 33 shows how Printers Alley got its name. The American Paper Box Company was one of the many suppliers for all of the Printing Businesses on Printers Alley. The photo shows us a horse and carriage parked out in front of the business and several signs advertising the warehouses’ goods.

I also really like the photos of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition of 1897. Few of the original buildings from this great fair are still standing. Most famous, at least here in Nashville, is the replica of the Greek Parthenon. Today, it houses a wonderful art gallery. During the Exposition, it was but one of a collection of fantastical buildings that included an Egyptian pyramid, castle towers, a hall filled with the latest advances in machinery, and a giant Seesaw. Centennial Park is a favorite spot for Nashvillians to take in a little fresh and maybe feed some ducks, but this book gives you a lot more to consider during your stroll through the park.

I truly recommend this book to Nashvillians and general history buffs alike. The photos are particular to Nashville, but anyone interested in our not-so-distant past will enjoy flipping through the pages of images.

Historic Photos of Nashville
Text and Captions by Jan Duke
2005 Turner Publishing, Nashville, TN
ISBN: 1-59652-184-8


Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce

>> Sunday, January 25, 2009

I have a tasty sauce to tell you about today. The nice folks at Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce sent me a couple of bottles to try out. They have a lot of great recipes that you can try out at their website . Being the avid grillers and cookers that we are, we decided to try to incorporate the sauce into some everyday cooking. I think the real test of a product is whether or not it can become a staple in your cooking.

I am happy to report that Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce is going to be a permanent addition to our kitchen pantry! We first tried out the sauce on a couple of steaks. We didn’t do anything special with the steaks. We simply marinated in Country Bob’s for about ½ hour and then grilled them up (indoors, as it was 11 degrees outside). The sauce went great with the beef. The sauce has a light barbeque flavor, but also has a nice tang of citrus. Overall, it is a rather sweet flavorful sauce without a lot of heat. A few nights later, my husband got creative and mixed some Country Bob’s with a little soy sauce. He browned up the flank steak and in a pan with butter, garlic, and some other spices. Next he poured the Country Bob’s sauce over the meat and placed a lid over the pan. This cooking method kept the juices in the meat. After resting, the steak was sliced and served over some long grain rice. Flank steak is tricky and can be very tough and chewy. The flank steak came out tender, juicy, and flavorful.

While I have to give credit where credit is due, my husband is a great cook, I also want to recommend that you try out Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce. The sauce is delicious as a dipping sauce but also works great for cooking. We next plan to try it out with a nice pork loin. I think the hints of citrus and sweet undertones will go great with pork. In fact, I think that this is a very versatile sauce that will go great with most types of meat, poultry, and fish. Go out and experiment and let me know what you think. Me? I give it a two-thumb’s up.


Yet Another Cold This Season?

>> Thursday, January 22, 2009

Is anyone else having problems staying healthy this winter? This is my third cold so far this season. Well, I have to admit that it is actually getting hard to tell when one round of the funk ends and another begins. I know, I know, I need to take better care of myself. We all do. I think that that is part of the problem. We are committed to so many things that we fail to stop and just "be" sometimes. I propose a new holiday... the "just be" day. On this day, everyone sleeps in late and does not accomplish one single productive thing task. Reading a good book or watching a good movie are exceptions, as long as their consumption is not in order to fulfill some goal or given task. So... who's with me? Don't we all just need a break and to get ourselves healthy in mind and body????


Cool New Cutting Tool

>> Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Check out the great new cutting tool and giveaway at . I am always looking to try out a new and fun gizmo. Gotta admit that some tools are more complicated than they have to be, but this little powered cutter looks like a great and handy device. According to the review at oneprojectcloser, the blade is self-sharpening. That's a plus unto itself. It is also small and compact, so it is a power tool that you can keep in a drawer or cupboard inside the house and not have to go and hunt down somewhere out in the garage or shed.


The End of The Football Season is a Beginning

>> Monday, January 12, 2009

Yes, my beloved Titans let me down this weekend. We are officially out of the playoffs. No more tailgating and cheering for football till next season. Yes, I am disappointed, but I have found that by the end of the season, I am ready to move on and devote my attentions elsewhere. Don't get me wrong, a trip to the Superbowl would have been phenomenal, but the end of the Football season is not the end of my fun. This is the beginning of a new season of the the year for me. I will have my Sundays free from committment. Maybe I will actually get some stuff done around the house. I can work on my aquariums. I will go to Hockey games. I will go to the Symphony. I will continue to spend time with my friends. Life is a constant series of opportunities and adventures. Thank-you Titans for a great season. See you next year!


Home Improvement Website Part II

>> Tuesday, January 6, 2009

I want to give another Shout-Out to one of my new favorite blogs and newsletters. Hubby and I have grand plans for home improvements, but to be honest, we don't really know what we are doing. We are very capable and handy, but we need a little help deciding what products and systems best fit our needs. I have discovered Home Construction Improvement . Todd Fratzel has lots of experience in the home construction business and writes some great articles to educate us wannabes. He also has some dandy giveaways on his site to. His blog also has a link to his other site that address Green Home Construction. I know that we are all interested in how we can make changes to our lives that help preserve the environment for the future.


Confessions of a Wii Addict...

>> Monday, January 5, 2009

Hello, My name is Jen, and I am addicted to my Wii. There, I said it. It's out there for the world to judge me by.

Last October, we cashed in a bunch of credit card points and bought ourselves a Wii game system. Now, I have never been much of a "Gamer" (gotta love my use of the hip lingo). I am not very adept at pushing buttons A and B at the same time as standing on my head and reciting the Constitution. I am more of a push button A and hope the thing shoots some other thing. But... now the Wii came along. It is the answer to all of us who loved our Atari and Pong games. this game is as simple or complicated as you want to make it. Even my 76 year old mom can play it. I am fascinated by the fact that it actually mimics your moves in real life with the moves on the screen. It is amazing technology that can turn even the most technologically and digitally challenged amonst us into "Gamers".

We have several games to play on our Wii now (about 8, I think), but by far my favorite is Mario Kart. You get to use a little steering wheel to race your kart or motorbike around on fantastic imaginary worlds and courses. I love it. I get to ram other cars, race my husband, and sometimes even blow stuff up. Well, if I manage to stay on the course and not race off the edge into oblivion only to see my little kart turn into a roiling ball of fire... Oh, and get this, you can play some Wii games, like Mario Kart, over the internet. Yes, you can challenge your buddies, the annoying kid next door, or even some unknown dude in Norway to a round of Mario Kart. It's a blast to kick peoples butts by remote. All the glory without even changing out of your loungy clothes or leaving the sofa.

Finally, since it sounds like this game is turning me into a Couch Potato, I want to make sure everyone knows that the Wii can also help you exercise. The boxing game is particularly taxing on the old body. Our neighbors recently bought the Wii Fit board, and say that the exercise programs on that game are also wonderful. So... maybe that will be my next toy.

Happy Wii-ing!

Thanks for reading!

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