Move 2 Lose = H

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Move 2 Lose = H

Hello everyone we have now reached the letter H. It would be too easy to use Hair, ha ha, how is yours?
Mine is just getting longer and longer and luckily I do not have a fringe or a style to worry about. Tony’s is wild and uncontrollable so he decided to have a go at thinning it! and that’s the only thing that’s getting thinner in this house!
Tony and I have been out walking every day and have visited some of you on our sticker delivery, have you got your’s yet?
Today we are getting the scooters out and may see some of you later.
Our lovely Liz has been sewing and has made some bags, aprons and peg bags with all funds going to our NHS pot. These items can also be delivered with cash left at the door. Pictures on FB or contact Julie.
Even when we are not in class we can still group together and raise funds for charity. Happy days.

Heart Rate

We may have all thought about walking everyday and keeping our steps up but what about your heart rate?
To determine your maximum heart rate, subtract your age from 220. For example, a 35-year-old woman’s maximum heart rate is 220 minus 35 — or 185 beats per minute. To enter the fat-burning zone, she’d want her heart rate to be 70 percent of 185, which is about 130 beats per minute. (but I am a little older than 35)
I am so pleased to see so many bicycles on the road and have heard that many of you have gone out and bought new ones or dug yours out from the back of the garage. Jim is even carrying out repairs!!!
Well done, keep those legs and your heart moving 2 lose.
Honey & Hay Fever
Honey is said to be a natural remedy for hay fever because the bee pollen in honey can desensitise your body to other pollens. Increasing honey in your daily dietary intake should reduce hay fever symptoms significantly. Use local honey to your area to see the best results.
Linda our honey lady from Highwood’s has very kindly offered the money from the sale of her local honey to go towards our NHS fund.
I can also ask the Rainbow Riders if they will deliver it.
Large Jar £4.50 each, cash to be collected on delivery.
Contact me direct on 07990975855
Thank you so much Linda.
My word for H is Happy
Why Happy? I bet your thought this would be the last word I would use!
I started this week by sending you the sad news that Thelma had passed away, that did not make me happy.
I went to the supermarket and people were not social distancing, that did not make me happy.
I had a call from my daughter and granddaughter, we can not spend time with each other, that does not make me happy.
I see my parents as often as I can with deliveries of medication, food, supplies and this week I got them fish & chips, that made me and them happy.
I bought and delivered Lula some toys and pj’s, that made me and Lula happy.
Summer is on it’s way and that makes me happy.
My message here is, times are tough and we all have times when the word happy does not apply, but i’m afraid we have to make the best of what we have and maybe see happiness in a different way.
With all my love and happiness
Julie. x

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