Relax
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getting in the car by myself and driving and driving in the mountains, downshifting at the last second, listening to music that my children are not allowed to listen to.

..or a nap, I guess.
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(06-26-2009, 01:26 PM)libby Wrote: getting in the car by myself and driving and driving in the mountains, downshifting at the last second, listening to music that my children are not allowed to listen to.

..or a nap, I guess.

When I still owned my Malibu, I'd fill up the tank with 104 octane fuel, advance the initial timing on the distributor, along with some lighter springs on the weights, and head out on whatever road I found deserted.

Rear tires don't last long on straight roads, and front tires don't last long where there's curves.

And I couldn't hear my stereo above the rumble of the exhaust.
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#14
You should take up knitting.
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(06-26-2009, 03:53 PM)Etheldreda Wrote: You should take up knitting.

too dangerous.

I recommend skydiving.
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#16
I learned relaxation techniques.  They work fast.
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#17
Relax?!  :laughing:  Although I did soak in the bath recently, but the baby insisted on standing right there at the side of the tub and ended up whining so much that I just scooped her up into the bath with me--wasn't very relaxing.

Now I'm determined to go for a pedicure...and soon.  :)
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