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August 16, 2014


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Hi Helen Arms? I love that a lot and really needed a name for mine! I need names for several other body part too so I will keep reading.

Be well and thank you.


Leisa A. Hammett

Thanks so much @Carol and @Walker. You understand! :)

Carol Cassara

This was such a wonderful, self-loving piece I just had to tweet it. Among so many who think they have to "fix" their age/appearance, this is refreshing.

Walker Thornton

Cute! And, interesting, loving look at aging bodies. Mine is now 60 and definitely showing significant changes over the last 8-12 months!

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