By Tony Russell

Four of us got there early for choir practice--Shirley, Mabel, Serena, and myself--and while we were waiting we fell to griping about our husbands, something that's been known to happen when a group of women get together.

"I could just strangle Andy," Shirley said. "His blood pressure keeps going up and up. It was 165 over something last month, and the doctor told him he really needed to lose weight, change his diet, and get some exercise. I'm scared to death he's going to have a heart attack. But Andy just shrugs it off. He says your blood pressure is either going up or down at any point in time, so it really is not a big deal."

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