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  1. I would say a little of both.
    We are older and kind of settled in our ways, yet we like to do spur of the moment things to “feel alive!” So, both!

  2. My mother died when I was about 13. After that I wondered through life without much direction. Then I met my wife and feelings I thought were long gone came back with a vigor. Now I live everyday with the knowledge that life is a gift, and that it can be pulled from you in a blink of an eye. So hold tight to this white-knuckled ride called life and feel its breeze upon your face along the way.

    • Eric, I could not agree with you more! My dad died at 57, suddenly. It was very hard on me! I realized life through the death of my father! I feel for the loss of your mother. I am so happy you have found your wife! 🙂

  3. I am living until the day I die!

  4. Right now I’m just hanging…

  5. For the most part I am “living life” but I must admit that I have some days where I am just “hanging out”. They are few and far between but they do happen. Usually when I’m under the weather or bummed out about something which doesn’t happen all to often.

  6. I reckon some of both. I’m not as active as I used to be and like it that way. I used to think I had to be busy every waking moment. I finally got over it.

  7. A HANGING LIFE. SOMETIMES IT IS LIVING LIFE. REALLY CANT DECIDE WHERE I STAND.

  8. I’m like a lot of the others. I tend to do both. Sometimes I just hang out and sometimes I jump in with both feet.

  9. I’m hanging out until group class starts at the studio. 😉

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