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Old 12-16-2007, 07:46 AM
Location: Maine
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Originally Posted by Maine Writer View Post
Vitamin D is a huge help to me during the short days of winter. Without it I could join the other vegetables in the cold cellar.

I know just what you mean MW, I'm a ruttabegga.
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Old 12-16-2007, 10:23 PM
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If only I could ship you all boxes of sunlight via UP.
Then, no more rutabega days for you , msina!
We have more than enough sunlight here to share

A while back I recall hearing about a scientific study describing the importance of sunlight exposure in dealing with depression and other health issues, with an emphasis on exposing the human knee to sunlight!!! Maybe that led to the invention of shorts, miniskirts, cut-offs... I kid you not-- happy, sun exposed knees make happy people!
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