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Retirement Dinner Weekend

Saturday, October 01, 2011

DH (and I) spent 25 years thinking about his job about 24/7. Now we aren't. It was difficult to decide, then again, it wasn't: time to move on. DH said when he got home and though we were exhausted from driving, that he had the best work out EVER. He was not stressed. Though he'll have a new stress with new environs/job, it hasn't hit him yet. LOL. That should come Monday. He left w/his vehicle full of winter clothes today for parts yonder North. I will miss him (again).


We ate salad first. For dinner: 2 chicken breasts w/asparagus for gluten-free me. (Such a big gf deal, you'd think I'd gotten a pic of IT instead of the salad - lol). Actually, I didn't take the pic, and the salad was part of another pic. I thought I'd share.


Between two hunks. :)


They were nice to the wife and gave me a certificate of appreciation for MY 25 yrs of service, and a dozen roses (smelled so lovely). What a thoughtful and nice surprise.


This event was held like a roast, and boy did we have some laughs. I see by this pic that I need dental work (there is a trend w/celiacs to have a space between those teeth as I do.



Along the Everglades Highway aka "Alligator Alley" which runs east-west across the state from Miami area to Naples, FL.


This is the "Pink Castle" or Don Cesar Hotel -- it was lovely.


184 lbs. wearing 2x cotton shorts I can't get rid of they're so comfie. :P

We loaded up the U-haul the next day and as a treat DH took me for a night in St. Petersburg so I could walk in the ocean. It was all I could do to stop myself from jogging on the beach cause I was not fibro-pained... I'd get sweaty (humid? YEAH) and I'd showered blah blah. I got 15 mins on the beach, btw, & we had to hit the road. I will go back, I swear!


Down the beach. The ocean water was warm and perfect!


Tampa skyline taken from speeding U-haul. LOL.


Driving past Birmingham, AL skyline. We bought avocados from Sam's Club there, and they never really ripened. What's that about?

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Fibro update: when I got home, my legs started hurting! I cannot for the life of me figure out why. Part of me thinks it could be I had NOT taken my probiotics so I'm trying that again, and another part of me links it to serotonin, norepinephrine???...sunshine??? (I get plenty of sun at home) I was happy on a kinda-sorta vacation?! Hormones and neurotransmitters DO make a difference in pain levels.

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Happy 51st Wedding Anniversary Mom and Dad! emoticon emoticon

Sis is seeing a more holistic dr. who told her the 2007 Enterolab stool test for gluten antibodies was positive, why wasn't she gf? Sis just thought it was "borderline" and admitted she was in denial. Her divorce is final, and I asked her to please concentrate on healing herself. She is listening. Her endocrine dr. did nothing for her ... the other dr is already getting her to go gf and helping her with her thyroid. I am relieved.

I started eating nightshades again, besides the potato chips a few weeks ago, I have incorporated some tomatoes on occasion. But after getting a nudge from the universe via this article ( bit.ly/mercola5foods ) I think I'll just stay clear again.
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I'm gathering stuff for a big garage sale. Proceeds will fund Dd's eventual new apartment.
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JENNY712 10/13/2011 8:25AM

    It sounds like you and your DH had a wonderful time. emoticonYou look great and happy! I loved the part about the unexpected roses. Jenny emoticon

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MORTICIAADDAMS 10/6/2011 9:08PM

    the salad looked very tasty.

Don't waste time. Get your but to parts yonder north too.

You looked beautiful at the party. Hubby must have been very proud of you. It was quite a send off. I guess when a spy retires it's a big deal. emoticon

As I recall when I retired I got a Hamburger Helper luncheon - ugh - and a gold foley catheter.

I'm getting that space between my teeth too!!

I've been to that beach in St, Pete and to Tampa. Mom lived about 30 miles north of Tampa.

I always liked Birmingham. We used to stay in Cullman, Alabama - home of George Wallace. LOL. The people there are rather scary but the scenery is worth it.

I always say about Florida - i you go there sick you will recover, if you go there healthy you will be healthier.

Sounds like your sister has her hands full. Divorce is bad enough but to have medical issues as well makes it worse.

We are planning a garage sale too.

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FRAN0426 10/2/2011 9:58PM

    Very nice of the company to inclue you in the retirement party and surprise you with a bouquet of gorgeous roses. Loved all the pictures and glad you had a short mini trip with DH.
I'm hoping that Florida is lovely the end of November as we travel down for two weeks right after Thanksgiving.

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LUVDOGZ 10/2/2011 9:16PM

    You look beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing and all the photos too!

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2KITTIES 10/2/2011 9:02PM

    I agree with all above, you look fantastic, from head to toe! What a wonderful trip and celebration of you and DH, both personally and professionally. I can't wait to hear about your next adventure!

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BOBF15 10/2/2011 8:55PM

    This is kind of like a good novel, man, I would much rather watch your 'reality TV" show than Jersey Shore or the Kardashians,

Keeping up the Gluten Free... any takers?

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GOANNA2 10/2/2011 7:38AM

    How wonderful that they gave you roses and included
you as a co worker. I just want to agree withTEXASFILLY
that you are glowing and look so beautiful.

Keep up the good work and keep smiling.
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CINDYTW 10/2/2011 12:43AM

  emoticon emoticonHope the nightshades don't bother you!

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-SHAWN- 10/1/2011 11:47PM

    Sounds very pleasant... I would of done candy apple red!
Where are you going? Alabama? That makes mr think of Forest Gump, loved that guy...lol

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TEXASFILLY 10/1/2011 10:59PM

    Dot~ You look absolutely gorgeous! Love your hair and your nails~ really, you look FAB~ulous, darlin'! *hugs* Keep up the good work~ you're headed in the right direction, dear heart, and it shows! *hugs* Love ya bunches~ BB~

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Ugly Head

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

I didn't sleep (again). DH and I are sleeping in a Queen. We're King (sized) people. LOL. We have a "line of demarkation" we used to joke about when newlyweds getting used to sleeping with each other. I'm panicked if I cross it because he has MORE on his mind; I want HIM to sleep, therefore, I'm on heightened alert all night - LOL. It's so nice to have someone to talk to before I go to sleep (besides the dog, you know, someone who talks back!). 'Cept DH doesn't like "big talk" before sleep, which makes sense, because how can you sleep after "big talk." So there's a little "little talk." *sigh* I have a lot to catch up on. I think about it all night instead.

I awakened grouchy from thinking too much with my Ugly Head on. I was thinking about hot babes who do business w/DH. I have not been in hotty-patotty FL seeing all the skin like he has. I'm not a jealous person, but *jeeeeeez* ladies. You can't NOT see the (beautiful) boobs, butts, legs. I overheard two women (older) at the grocery store talking about turning men on with their walk and other salacious things people w/taste don't mention in public *ew*. It's all over the tv. I guess I don't talk about it, and here you're reminded at every turn. When I looked at my bike riding pics, I had joy from the accomplishment. Now I look at them and see my middle only, and how much work I still have to do. I feel gross. I'm eating a bag o'chips (not helping the gross feeling at all I know), having my meltdown, then going out to walk. In sunshine. Just being real. I often don't share my real. I know: this too shall pass. "Think positive, think forward, and eat a salad..."
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I left clothes in FL when we moved DH into his apt 4 yrs ago. They don't fit anymore. Size 3X pajamas:


Gonna pack some dishes, ttyl.

  
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TEXASFILLY 9/30/2011 12:06PM

    Lookin' GOOD, sister! emoticon emoticon emoticon Keep up the good work! emoticonBB~

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CATIATM 9/25/2011 3:07PM

    Sexy is as much about attitude as it is about appearance, but when we receive a constant stream of messaging that we're not attractive unless we look like much younger, surgically enhanced people, it's hard not to take it to heart. As for what people talk about these days -- appalling!

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1_AMAZING_WOMAN 9/23/2011 2:08PM

    You definately need some new jamies. There are some sexier ones you know...
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Without getting risque...
Something that covers everything, but still has drama and turns a guys head.
Try it. He (and you) might like it.

Amber

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GOANNA2 9/22/2011 7:18PM

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MRS.CARLY 9/20/2011 10:03PM

    Hmmm, I think it is time for some new jammies. have you and your DH had a talk about some of your concerns? I agree with the others remarks....a real man worth having/keeping won't take a second glance at those other ladies...he knows what he has at home

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CINDYTW 9/20/2011 5:30PM

  emoticon My DH is constantly around women as well, some of whom I even have to say "WOW". But it is all about love, and DH coming home to you. Anyone can have a pretty face or a nice butt, but they aren't YOU! Have a chip and then put them away and move on. We are all here for your rants whenever you want! No need to bug DH! emoticon

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-SHAWN- 9/20/2011 5:08PM

    Woot Woot! I'm jealous emoticon

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FRAN0426 9/20/2011 4:06PM

    Be proud of how far you have come, and continue on your journey. Sometimes we need to vent----so now that yu have done so---remember your hubby is married to you and he loves you for the women you are. Contiued success. How soon are you moving?

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/20/2011 3:59PM

    I tend to look at things differently, like Paul Newman did. In my opinion he is one of the sexiest men who has ever lived. Lots of women who were stunning threw themselves at him but he loved his wife who in my opinion wasn't really drop dead gorgeous. Lots of people focused on this fact and one had the gall to ask him about it. His reply, "Why go out and eat hamburger when you have steak at home." You gotta love a man who thinks like that. My husband is that way. As old and pudgy as I am he tells people he married up. So why worry about a bunch of artificially enhanced, faked boobed hos, aka cheap spoiled hamburger. You, GF, are Wagyu/Kobe fillet mignon. I'm sure your husband would agree.

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DOTSLADY 9/20/2011 2:39PM

    Oh, aren't you all wonderful? Thank you so much for the pep talk. It's not DH. He's a gem. It's ME!!! I have an inferiority complex around beautiful women sometimes. Some women are cool and beautiful, some aren't; I know this. Sometimes I feel "less than" and I need to work on that. I've been holed up alone w/my thoughts, and I have to get out w/people more. I plan to set up a different life once I move.
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MARTHASPARKS 9/20/2011 1:08PM

    My husband has been married to me for 36 years and still thinks I am gorgeous, even though I am heavier than you. Your husband is probably like mine: all men seem to be hard wired to be visual and react to visual stimulus like the hot bodies in itty bitty clothes. Give him and the rest of them credit for more depth, though: after the initial reaction, they still choose to be with us! Don't use other people's bodies to beat yourself up either. The hard body may be all they have. Wouldn't that be sad?

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ASPIRING2BGREAT 9/20/2011 1:02PM

    KKZMOM11 is right. DH is with you because he WANTS to be. Don't ever forget that or question why. We ladies always tend to see the negative and we forget the things that attracted our guy in the first place. The fact is... A mature man knows that he's gong to get older eventually. You just can't outrun the clock. If he's a man of quality and class, then he knows that a young hot thing will never last, but a beautiful woman who can have a decent conversation without saying "OMG!" every other sentence, a woman he can build a life and a home with, is worth sticking around for.

I'll tell ya... I've had three kids by c-section... and I inherited my mom's ability to have stretch marks for miles. I'm really sensitive about them too. My husband is Latin and very good-looking, and I'm not stupid... There's a lot of beautiful women out there who'd want to wrap him up and take him home. One night we were lying in bed and he was staring at the stretch marks on my stomach. I tried to cover myself with a sheet, but he insisted on looking at them. I lay there unnerved. That is, until he smiled at me lovingly and said he loved them. I looked at him funny and asked why. His response, "When I see those marks, I remember the first time I saw my babies, and that you carried them."

The point is.... When a man loves you... I mean, really loves you, he won't see the tiny imperfections we see in the mirror. He simply sees the woman who holds his heart.

Now, put down the bag of chips... and remember that you're getting healthy for YOURSELF... not anyone else.

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VK2Z10 9/20/2011 12:09PM

    I bet you DH loves YOU, not the hotty totty skinny b*****. I bet he would be all over you if you let him. as my wonderful DH always tells me, "i want a woman that eats and i know won't starve herself. i want a woman who takes care of her health. that is you, and that is why i love you".
I bet your DH feels EXACTLY the same way as mine, and he KNOWS he is d*** lucky to have you for a partner.

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VENISEW1 9/20/2011 10:46AM

    You are a beautiful woman & should be proud of your success so far. Put down your bag of chips, they won't make you feel better but that bike sure will. Easier said than done, believe me I know. Everyone has imperfections we can work on. Thank you for sharing your real!

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TBOURLON 9/20/2011 10:39AM

    SHARE THOSE FEELINGS!!! That's what we're here for! I know how you feel - I think I look okay to GREAT as long as I have a shirt on, and the pants aren't too tight. But when I run on the treadmill, it's usually in shorts and a sports bra, and NO WAY do I want ANYONE seeing THAT - just a little too blubbery. Now, I'm not in Florida but take some comfort in knowing that some of those "beautiful" boobs may not be real, and that there's such a thing as "skinny-fat," ladies who look slender but have no muscle and no stamina. They most certainly can't do a bike trip around a lake, no way. And if they look slender AND can do a bike trip around a lake, well, they probably don't work for a living emoticon

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Shark Valley, Everglades Bike Ride

Monday, September 19, 2011

DH's retirement dinner was very memorable Thursday night, and we felt the love. Pictures have to wait as I don't have the right hardware or card reader for that particular media card/camera.

Thursday I walked to a nearby park for a lovely walk around a pond, then I went swimming. In public. In a swimsuit. Really! I can't remember the last time. Of course the suit had a skirt to my knees, but still! Progress! LOL.

Saturday I used a treadmill, which I find SO much easier than the road. I walked/warmed up a good 15 mins then worked my way up to level 6, or an 11 min mile for 5 mins or so, but mostly I stayed around 4.5. 55 mins of treadmill felt good. I probably could have pushed harder, but mentally I freak out and tell myself to cool it already. I didn't fibro ache that night, and I was not sore the next day - awesomeness!

I AM able to quickly share pics from yesterday's 15 mile bike ride. We rented bikes for a couple of hours @ $7.50/hr. DH and I slept in, so we got out there later in the day - read that as it was HOTTER than it could have been. I was so happy to be out there. For the first time in years I feel a bit of freedom, the burdens are lifting. YaY!

About mile 12 the novelty wore off, however, lol, but I kept a peddlin' and even pushed harder to get done sooner. DH usually rides his racing bike rather than these old cruisers, and said his legs were tired. I, Miss Fibro, did FINE! I'm NOT sore today either! What's up with THAT?! I dunno, but I like it.
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Here're some pics from the ride.


The ride started nice'n overcast. Marshy river to the right. Water snake came between DH's bike and mine: we all didn't know what to do! LOL. He slithered panicking between us (fast critter) and I was afraid it'd strike, but didn't.


Only 14.6 miles to go.


Marshy river was full of egrets, one w/fish in mouth, but I missed the shot of course.


See the white spots on the road? Acid pee from alligators, so says DH. I saw one gator scuttle by the whole trip. DH swears there are tons of them here when he rides. Hmmm. LOL.


Heading to the mid-point tower. Looks to me like the land of "Lost."


The top stairs were closed. Argh! Got bit up by mosquitos, horse flies, and other bugs. My water bottle lid wasn't tight, was upside down and bunged up in the backpack, so it dribbled out as we merrily went along. Water impoverished. Argh!


It was lush below the tower before the ramp up started.


We were in the heart of the Everglades.


View from the middle landing. Saw a few sea turtles, no gators.


Middle landing view.


View to where we were headed back out. We're at the half-way mark, so 7.5 miles to go.


This is actually on the highway outside the park. I liked the trees.


There're a lot of these dead trees (from a previous hurricane).


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GOANNA2 9/30/2011 5:11PM

    You look fantastic. They are great pictures and thanks for sharing. emoticon

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2KITTIES 9/22/2011 8:46PM

    So glad you had a wonderful time, what a beautiful park. You look fantastic, even "after the novelty wore off" LOL!! YOU crack me up!

And the best part is you're feeling good-you wear it well!

Thanks for all the lovely pictures!

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MRS.CARLY 9/20/2011 9:59PM

    Love the photos!

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CHRISYHOFF 9/20/2011 12:17PM

    You look awesome! And happy! Looks like a great time was had!

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GIRLINBRAZIL 9/20/2011 5:49AM

    You look great!

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CINDYTW 9/19/2011 10:11PM

  emoticon Glad you are having a good time!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/19/2011 9:36PM

    I've always wanted to go to the Everglades but never have. I've been all over Florida though except to there and the Keys.

It sounds like you are having a lot of fun and are getting a lot of exercise in.

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LINDABENEDICT 9/19/2011 8:51PM

    WOW !!! It has been YEARS since I was there.....such a beautiful part of the state !!! I love the pictures !!!!

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PATTIE253 9/19/2011 12:28PM

    We took the tram tour a few years back...it is a beautiful place. We went in August, would love to go back in May and see the flowers blooming.


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Empire State of Mind

Sunday, September 11, 2011


(artist's conception rendering of the Ground Zero Memorial courtesy of wikipedia)

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Spike Lee made a nice video for State Farm which honors NY Fire Department (yes, I get watery eyes). It's a good day to share this. We had friends who were part of the horror of 9/11 in NYC. The new memorial looks beautiful.
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emoticon emoticon emoticonNote to self: I joggled two days ago: walk, joggle 14 min mile for a mile, then walk again for 2.5 miles I think it was. I was sore yesterday and more sore today, but it was more muffled and tolerable. Whatever I'm doing, I'm going to keep doing it (re: fibro pains in hams/quads).

Dr. Mercola has an interesting interview re: what to eat for DOMS, or delayed onset muscle soreness I'd like to listen to and revisit. Too busy right now.

bit.ly/mercoladoms

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emoticonHee hee. I said I wouldn't be blogging as much. I think a busy person gets more done, eh?

(I'm so sorry I'm behind on responding to comments. You all are so kind and thoughtful to stop your day to read my ponderings and then to take the time to comment, too? You spoil me; and you're welcome to not leave a comment! I'll stop by when I can to catch up.)

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Milestone marked: 90 'flowers' have left my body today. WooT!

  
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TEXASFILLY 9/14/2011 8:03PM

    Thanks for sharing the great links, dear one. *hugs* BB~

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GOANNA2 9/12/2011 9:23PM

    Love the lost flower concept. Atta girl.
Joggling? I'm going to have to try it too...

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2KITTIES 9/12/2011 2:18PM

    Impactful commercial-didn't realize it was Spike Lee-there were a few good ones.

Happy joggling!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/12/2011 1:05PM

    I love firemen too and I know a lot them as I worked with them. They are some of the finest men you will ever know.

We will be here when you have time for us. Get thee packed and moved. LOL.

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CATIATM 9/12/2011 10:35AM

    I lost 232 colleagues that day, and it is still hard to talk about.

On a different note - "joggled"-- WAAAAAA ha ha ha ha!

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CMHARRISON12 9/12/2011 7:07AM

    Thank you for sharing this! I wrote a blog about honoring the firefighters of 911..check it out. You are totally awesome! Congrats on your success. Adding you as Friend to keep getting your doses of inspiration!!

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LUVDOGZ 9/12/2011 6:30AM

    Loved that commercial, made me cry. I didn't realize he made that. Don't worry, no response required, lol! Have a good one!

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JERSEYGIRL24 9/12/2011 12:55AM

    I was very moved by the State Farm commercial (Empire State of Mind). Very moving and tasteful!! emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 9/11/2011 11:15PM

    Yeah, seems the busier we are the more we're able to accomplish!

Loved the Empire State of Mind.

Never forgotten!

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CINDYTW 9/11/2011 10:35PM

  emoticon emoticon emoticonI don't expect a comment but when you canand want to leave one. I read your blogs and comment cause I want to not to expect something in return.

We had a moment of silece and then a firetruck alarm today at the firehall. It was kind of unnerving really, even for thse like me who were really unaffected. emoticon

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ZOEYBLU 9/11/2011 8:30PM

    Wow....I loved the Ted videos site !


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Gut Bacteria Sequencing?

Saturday, September 10, 2011

emoticonI love this idea! Someone on the Celiac Listserv shared the link: it has to do with the GUT, BACTERIA, and a GENOME test! ROFL! It's so "me" ... unfortunately, to enroll it costs $2,100. Ouch, not right now ... but had to put it out there in the universe in case this could help someone else who has gut probs.

bit.ly/gutsequence

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/12/2011 12:54PM

    Good Gawd! For that kind of money it should come with a Subzero Wine cooler!! Jeez!!

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1CRAZYDOG 9/11/2011 9:53AM

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LINDABENEDICT 9/10/2011 9:24PM

    wow ! ?that's a lotta dough !

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CINDYTW 9/10/2011 6:19PM

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WILDFIREKRISTIN 9/10/2011 5:02PM

    Love your cute little bugs, but know this is a serious issue for so many people. Not sure that I think the cost of this is good, I checked out the site and think it can be done here a little cheaper.

Thank you for sharing this, something to ponder about for sure!

Hugs,

K

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GOANNA2 9/10/2011 3:47PM

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