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  1. Sarah Belle

    ISO Book/Cookbook recommendations

    My father was diagnosed about 2 years ago. He is a very stubborn hard headed 58 year old and doesn't like exercise. We have convinced him to take a boxing class with other folks with the disease and he seems to enjoy that. I have done a little reading on different foods that would help, I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on a cookbook - or any websites for great meal ideas. I'm also trying to educate myself on the disease as much as possible and really learn more about him and how I can help him in the process. Does anyone have any book recommendations? Thank you!
  2. Linda Garren

    Good Books You've Read and Recommend

    I thought it might be nice to have a place to recommend any good books you've read lately. I just finished four very good stories from Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Volume 5, 1997. I'd like to recommend one that I just finished in it that had me on the edge of my seat, my body tensing, reading faster and faster in the last hour with my jaw clenched so tight that my teeth ended up hurting. It took my breath away...and then it did again...and again...and again. Any aviators on our forum would especially enjoy it if they have not already read it. It is called Medusa's Child by John J. Nance. One of the very, very best stories I've ever read!! Reviews: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/262982.Medusa_s_Child
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