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A Friend's Insight on Living Healthier As We Get Older

Kari is one of my oldest friends from high school. She's the friend who I used to share The Corner Booth with at all hours of the day and night, writing on napkins and talking about anything and everything. We did a lot of growing up and learning who we were in those years, and although it became a less common meetup in the college and post-college years, we kept it going as much as possible up until the time I left southeast Michigan for Indiana (a whole 10 years ago). There was a time, close to a decade ago now, that Kari and her husband seriously mulled the idea of following Suzi and I to Indiana and they even had made a move on a house not too far from where we live, south of Indy. But that wasn't meant to be, and they've stayed up in our hometown of St. Clair Shores, Michigan and are thriving there as well as you possibly can. Looking back, Kari is one of the best writers I've ever had the pleasure of knowing and calling a friend. She taught me a lot about