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Tips for Dying #10: Hurry Back!

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Call me Morbid, but my Filipino family loved being scared at the Haunted Mansion.  This one goes out to Auntie Aida:  I loved watching you imitate this spook.

In his scene, it seems she is talking to us, the living, asking us to return to the realm of the dead.  Now that I’m inclined toward the idea of re-incarnating energy, what if she’s actually bidding the dead to return to life?  In retrospect she got one thing right, we did hurry.

Gone are the long days spent at Disneyland with my extended family anxiously agreeing to meet at the Matterhorn at 12:00 for lunch and scampering off with my cousins to explore Disneyland on our own, without our parents.  I’ll  always remember hearing about the antics of the Texan-Filipino family (Mitch, Mark, and Miles) and fearing I’d be implicated in their ketchup packet misdeeds.

 

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Maria Young Ace Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (500) Independent Contractor providing the following services: Office Management, Bookkeeping, Web Design, Marketing and Instruction in Yoga and Martial Arts for children and adults. Black Belt, 4 year program, LockBoxing. Maria studied under Erik Lee and won Grand Champion at the Kuk Sool Tri-State Tournament in 2006. Experience Certified Yoga Instructor: 700 hour level. At Piedmont Yoga, Maria’s main instructors were Richard Rosen, Rodney Yee, and Clare Finn. To them she is eternally grateful. Richard Rosen, founder Piedmont Yoga Studio & editor of Yoga Journal says: “Among the 30...students Maria was always among the more assiduous and adept.  If you’re thinking of adding Yoga instruction to your program, then I highly recommend Maria for the job.” College: CSULB: B.A. English Literature, UC Berkeley: M.A. Comparative Literature