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This comment (and the responses to it) reminded me of a passage in one of my favorite books, The Phoenix Guards, by Steven Brust:

"The days became weeks, as they will when allowed to heap themselves upon one another unattended, and these weeks likewise turned themselves into months of seventeen days with no regard to the hours and minutes they used up in doing so."

I discovered that months also, when heaping unattended, turn themselves into years with little or no regard to the days and weeks they use up in doing so. I used to drink two Mountain Dews each morning and thought nothing of devouring half a box of Little Debbie snack cakes (especially those Nutty Bars or Swiss Cake Rolls). But as I age I'm finding that some of my poor health choices are starting to catch up with me.

It is hard to believe, but we will not be young forever, even if the definition of 'young' keeps moving. Thanks for the snack tip ... I assume you mix the applesauce and powder? I'll check into it.


No good deed goes unpunished. -- (attributed to) Oscar Wilde

In reply to Re^2: Free food I want to see in my company's kitchen by ptum
in thread Free food I want to see in my company's kitchen by jacques

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