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50 Days to 50 Years - Day ELEVEN

Dawndy Mercer Plank is counting down the days to 50! (Photo source: WIS) Dawndy Mercer Plank is counting down the days to 50! (Photo source: WIS)
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

I'm bummed to not have pictures of today's workout because it was special. We weren't allowed to have our cell phones in the yoga/stretching class. I certainly understand, but it would have been nice to have had a pic to go with this post.

Regardless, the benefit of deep breathing, stretching and resting in a dim room with relaxing music was excellent for day eleven of my 50 Days to 50 Years. What made it even more special is I did it with my oldest stepdaughter. She's "that girl" in class who can contort her body so gracefully and beautifully. (She looked like a true yogi; I looked like Yogi Bear.) I'd like to use the excuse that my cast kept me from being able to do that, but remember - #NoExcuses!

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