May this newsletter-blog post find you in great health with your Medicare Insurance working properly as we prepare for the 4th of July .
Are you getting outside and enjoying life? Great, but don’t be a hero this weekend!
Perhaps you should check out pickleball! The game is fun, inexpensive, and a great way to meet people.
Just be sure you do the right preparation before starting!
According to USPTA Certified Teaching Pro Pam Lippy (PamLippy@gmail.com), who runs Pickleball Clinics in Ohio and Florida, it is imperative to get clearance from your doctor and to also do dynamic stretching before you just jump on a court and start playing.
According to a recent Bloomberg article, Pickleball may be responsible for nearly $400 million in medical costs! Hip injuries, torn ligaments, and sprains.
A lot of this is caused by over eager players with a “can do attitude” who don’t take the time to warm up properly and get the training they need to get started.
Just remember what my daughter said to me many years ago when I came back from soccer with a torn calf muscle: “Daddy, don’t be a hero!”
Keep trying new things, but be careful .
Life is getting back to normal here in Colorado after last week’s tornado. Miraculously, no one was injured but we did lose thousands of trees. This is the park behind our house where the trees are being mulched.
Q and I have had so much fun hanging out with our neighbor Vickie and her grandvarmints.
Going on walks and exploring nature with them has been so much fun.
We know how hot it’s been for Medicare clients in the South and the Midwest. Plato hopes you’re staying cool.
We’ve had more rain in the last three months than we did in the previous year, but this week, we had a couple of days in the 90’s and our bees are doing their best to adapt.
This is called bearding when the girls build up on the outside of the hive. I thought they might be swarming but my bee buddy Toly set me straight. Keep your fingers crossed they produce a ton of honey …
Congratulations to Jack and Adrienne on the celebration of their 24th wedding anniversary. Their smiles say it all. Adrienne, please send more pics of your puppy doodle Winston, people have been asking!
Summer means different things to different people, but to my little brother Haas, it means fishing the rivers of the Shenandoah Valley.
Our Air Force son, Nicholas, has been deployed to Eastern Europe where he and his fellow Airmen are working twelve hours days six days a week.
We give thanks for tech that allows us to screen share and stay in touch.
Nico and the other soldiers have befriended a local cat now named “Perogi,” feeding him leftovers and trying to fatten him up. It’s those little connections that make all the difference.
Be sure to keep all our soldiers in your prayers.
That’s it for this week; Keep squeezing the juice out of life!
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