MARSHASHADOW
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My goal is to be healthy as I age. No wheelchair, strokes or heart attacks for me.

Member Since: 4/1/2017

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  • v RCLYKE
    Thank you for adding me as a friend. I have also added you to my friends list
    24 days ago
  • v no profile image TWIGBISKIT5
    Good morning 🌞. Thank you for viewing my ✋ joke 😁. Be well and safe and keep the faith 🙏
    67 days ago
  • v FUNKY5RED
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    Wanting to refocus this Fall? The Biggest Loser Challenge is there for you! We have ten teams that compete with each other in Fitness and Nutrition Challenges designed to promote positive lifestyle changes and, of course, weight loss. There are different challenges each week for the duration of the challenge. Support and encouragement are an important aspect of the smaller individual teams. The larger team also gives you a chance to congratulate and get to know members from other teams. After all we are all in this together and together we are stronger. emoticon

    To join the challenge you can click on my username and then either click on the Blue Biggest Loser Icon or leave me a message. You can also use this URL https://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups
    _individual.asp?gid=25339 or use the search and search for “Biggest Loser Summer Challenge ALL Teams”. Once there join and add your name to the Wait List for Fall Challenge thread that is the thread below the Sparktastic Summer Slimdown ~Chit Chat Thread

    I hope you will consider joining us. Happy sparking!
    Peggy
    155 days ago
  • v MARSHASHADOW
    My diss was the rhetoric of lynching from the perspective of Wells, Birth of a Nation, and Jessie Daniel Ames. Show Birth to your class and the rhetoric of film.
    216 days ago
  • v SPARKNB
    Thanks for the recommendation on Ida B. Wells' book...I've only really discovered her more deeply in the last few years from activism, and have now added her book to my list! In college, as an English major, I took my Sr. Seminar on the topic of contemp. AA women's lit...I haven't read much non-Contemp. If you have any other recommendations, I'd appreciate them, Thanks!
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    216 days ago
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