Email This Post HomeHumorWalking, Flailing Arms and Tons of Book Deals Amy Vansant October 18, 2017 Humor 15 Comments Friends on the Walk Mike and I are on a big walking kick now – doing the old 10,000 steps (about 5 miles). I have to admit I have a lot more energy during the day now, so we must be doing something right. And Gordon has a new friend! A lady in one of the neighborhoods we trot through has a big fake goldendoodle that she dresses up for holidays. This was during the summer — and there’s my baby trying to make time with her. He always did have a soft spot for chicks in water wings. Call Me Spazzy Arms Quick question… anyone have spazzy arms? This might not be a sign of getting older because I’ve always been sort of a one-woman tornado of destruction, but I swear… I’ll turn sometimes now and my arms will drag behind me and plow into something sitting on a table. And I don’t mean knock over something. I mean send something flying. 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I have to order my beverages in a cup with a lid and a straw at restaurants now, otherwise I will knock them over. Every single time. And when I do order that way, my dinner companions tell the story at the same time. They think it’s funny, I don’t. One day I will forget, just so I can see how high they jump when I do knock it over. (I use a lid and a straw at home too) 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant October 18, 2017 So I’m not the only one! I’d high five you but we’d probably kill someone. 🙂 1 likes Reply Lisa October 18, 2017 Join the club. I do that, too. In fact, when anyone else spills a cup, they always say things like, “You, too.” They think it’s funny, but I don’t. It’s nice to know that I am not the only one! 0 likes Carla Moss October 18, 2017 LoveYou, Your Books Are Very Good Works Of Art!Your Books Are The Kind I Like To Relax With A Nice Cup Of Coffee. 1 likes Judi Meyers October 19, 2017 You are too funny…! 0 likes Judi Meyers October 19, 2017 My 5 year old tells me my muscles have dropped! She also calls them “bat wings” also known as “old lady flaps”.. Love you books!!! 0 likes Carol Price October 18, 2017 Hope you see a Dr. to make sure it us noir the beginning symptom of something that needs meds now . I have muscle damage and my arms jerk if resting them. Potassium too low for long periods caused this. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant October 19, 2017 I don’t think it’s too serious. I think I’m just too rammy! 0 likes Lisa October 18, 2017 I too Im clumsy as can be Its bad I will spill and drop almost everything Glad know Im not alone 1 likes Reply Tex October 18, 2017 I absolutely love your dog and can so relate. I have a chipoo and he would be chatting up the missy. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant October 19, 2017 Chihuahua/Poodle? Those little things are adorable. Anything you throw a poodle into is adorable! 0 likes Reply Lisa October 18, 2017 I am 55 years old and while I don’t have spazzy arms I do seem to be dropping things more now. Some days it is like I drop the same thing a couple of times. I also had to go to the ER last night because of a muscle spasm in my inner thigh. This was a cramp like no other. I’ve had them before and doc can’t find anything wrong. It’s like my body is paying me back for something I did when I was young, lol. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant October 19, 2017 My husband gets mystery ailments so we feel your pain! (him literally!) 0 likes Reply Jan B October 20, 2017 I know those cramps, so painful! Try taking magnesium. I am 61 and my body has a problem retaining d3, potassium and magnesium. 0 likes Reply Patricia Ramos October 19, 2017 Loved what you wrote. Your dog is such a cutie! Your photo brought a great big smile to my face, thanks! 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!