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Day 2 of the hurricane

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The wind started was getting stronger and stronger after I posted last night and at around 10pm the rain started - tropical down pours. We had sustained winds around 65mph and gusts up to 75mph - tropical storm force as we were getting the outer bands.

Our electric was going in and out with all it's accompanying sounds: back-ups beeping when it went off and things making noises kicking back in. Most of this was between 2 and 3 am and just as we were ready to settle back to sleep there was a loud banging noise, like thunder. The wind had blown open our metal garage doors. DH went down and managed to secure them with ropes anchored to the big truck as some of the welded brackets had come undone.
Between all that and the noise of the wind and rain we didn't get a lot of sleep.

In the morning the bay was really churning and we saw a yacht stranded on the beach opposite our house.

We saw another yacht that had broken loose from its moorings drifting by and it ended up on another beach. (I took this pic in the afternoon when we went out)

By 11am we had small patches of blue sky and the wind got down to around 35mph, still very blustery but not as scary as during the night. We drove into town after lunch and had a look around, we were quite amazed how little damage there was. Some flooding from the waves in low lying areas and some big puddles from the rain in the usual places.

Here is a picture of "disfunction junction" where we enter town from the bay road. The sea was still churning but again, not nearly as bad as it had been.

Oxxo is like a convenience store, similar to a 7/11 and Santa Fe is a smallish supermarket, I guess in the US it wouldn't qualify as a "super" market but here it does LOL. It is one of the markets where I shop, most of the time they have the best veggies in town.

Tomorrow we should have sunshine again - I am ready :)

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MEXGAL1 9/20/2014 6:45PM

    Wow, just catching up with sparks buddies. I enjoy a good storm but hate the threat of losing power here in Mexico. Thanks so much for sharing your photos. And no wonder why we had like 3 really cloudy rainy days even though we are central....some of it must have blown over our way.

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MELTEAGUE 9/20/2014 2:33PM

    I hope by now you have your sunshine back?


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IRP1114 9/18/2014 8:37PM

    So glad it is over! emoticon

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BETRHO48 9/17/2014 9:22PM

    Your last 2 blogs remind me of Hurricane Hugo. It will be 25 years ago Sunday that Hurricane Hugo hit the area where we live. I will never forget what it was like with its 100-plus mph winds and the damages they caused. The night it hit it seemed like the wind would never stop blowing and all the sounds of things that went "bump in the night" were quite frightening. We kept wondering if we would experience a tree crashing through our roof (our next-door neighbor did). Then everything got very calm and quiet and the eye of the storm started to pass over us and we and all our neighbors went outside to look for whatever damage we could see. The power was out everywhere and the night was pitch black and eerily quiet. Trees were downed (many of them among the "things that went bump in the night"). Many of the trees in our neighborhood had trunks that were grotesquely twisted or had been totally uprooted and lying on their sides. Boats that had been anchored in the harbor were blown ashore and some from the marina were piled up on the land. Houses, garages, vehicles, fences - many of them had trees lying on top of them! Then we went back inside to wait out the other half of the storm passing through. We were fortunate; we had very little damage - a few shingles knocked off the edge of the house where a tree had fallen on it and our privacy fence that had caved under the weight of trees that fell on top of 3 sections of it. Fortunately, we all survived and no one in my family was injured. But there was a lot of damage in the metropolitan area, along the coast and to the barrier islands.

So glad you suffered nothing serious.

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TRANSFORM-ABBY 9/17/2014 11:11AM

    emoticon Glad to hear that is behind you. emoticon

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NISSANGIRL 9/17/2014 4:50AM

    So glad u guys r safe, I know I would have been scared out of my mind with all that going on! so glad the sun will be returning and things settle down for u. Enjoy your day Lisa! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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GLAMNGLOWDIVA 9/16/2014 10:52PM

    I'm glad things are better for you now.

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EILEEN828 9/16/2014 10:38PM

    Whew, glad things are OK for you. Hurricanes are nothing to mess with. Take care, and give your hubby a hug. emoticon

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ISLAMOM 9/16/2014 10:19PM

    Glad to hear that there was little damage and that all is well with you! We live on a very small island, so any time there is a hurricane, we go into full protection mode...and it is a lot of work!


Glad you're ok!

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LINDA! 9/16/2014 10:04PM

    Scary. Take care! emoticon

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DLDMIL 9/16/2014 9:49PM

    Glad to hear that you made it through the night.

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JANTHEBLONDE 9/16/2014 9:35PM

    Oh my gosh! That had been one scary night! I'm so happy to hear San Carlos had little damage! I'm sorry about your garage door! Thank God you guys are okay! I've been thinking about you all day and wondering how you're doing! Thanks for sharing the pictures and letting us know you're okay! You are in my prayers! Send in lots of hugs your way!
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DYANNE4293 9/16/2014 9:25PM

    Be safe!

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Hurricane Odile

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

It's 9:30 pm Monday night (9/15) and the wind is really picking up as well as the rain. The windows are rattling and it is all sounding quite ominous... and that is just the outer band of hurricane Odile going right over us. I cannot imagine what it must have been like for the people in Cabo San Lucas early this morning, which took a direct hit.

This morning I was out around town and took a few shots of the waves. That was 12 hours ago and the show hadn't really started yet. Tomorrow is the "big" day..

The road over the rocks:

Our favorite greek restaurant on the beach:

Zorro beach, north of our house

So far there are few reports of damage - one place had its windows washed out by the surf and there is bound to be some blowing debris.

Our internet has cut out only twice this evening... keeping fingers crossed that it will stay on as well as the power. Water is less of a problem as we have a big tank but we do need the pump (electric!) to get it flowing. My fridge is stocked and we have 9 bottles of 5 gallons of drinking water. The generator has been checked and fueled up, so we're all set..

Tomorrow is Dia de la Independencia (mexican Independence Day) but all festivities are cancelled - no parade for the kids. I do hope it will be safe enough to get out and get some more pics and I would also hate to miss our spanish lesson tomorrow afternoon :) We did rain check pickle ball.

We just got an updated weather report and the wind is gusting at 50 miles per hour... yikes! Can you imagine the waves and storm surge?

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GLAMNGLOWDIVA 9/16/2014 10:52PM

    Lis, I hope the two of you are safe. I will be praying for you.

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LINDA! 9/16/2014 10:06PM

    I am so sorry for so many people that were affected. Hope that things are going to be better soon.

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JANTHEBLONDE 9/16/2014 7:03PM

    Lisa, I hope you and your husband are safe and I hope you don't have any damage from the storm! You will be in my prayers!
Hugs and love,

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MEXGAL1 9/16/2014 6:44PM

    wow those photos are awesome! We had a ton of rain here as well and it came under doors and such but nothing like what you have. Yesterday was a total cloudy day though which is rare for us.
Glad you are okay
Thanks for sharing photos

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TRANSFORM-ABBY 9/16/2014 11:41AM

    Keep you in prayer. Hope all is well today. Glad you are not in the worst of it. Praying for those who are. Watching for further updates. HUGS!

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IRP1114 9/16/2014 11:30AM

    Wow big waves. Hope it passes quick! Sounds like you are very prepared . Take care Lisa!


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NISSANGIRL 9/16/2014 7:09AM

    Those waves looked hugh to me! stay safe Lisa, praying for u all! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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RASPBERRY56 9/16/2014 5:06AM

    BTDT with Sandy (a bad news kind of deal, and I wasn't even *near* the shoreline).......take care and stay safe!.

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EILEEN828 9/16/2014 4:37AM

    Take care of yourselves, I hope the storm passes without causing too much damage.

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DLDMIL 9/16/2014 12:53AM

    stay safe

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ZRIE014 9/16/2014 12:50AM

  stay safe.

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Haircut and color

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Yesterday we had a day off from spanish lessons and pickle ball, so I took the opportunity to have a long overdue haircut and have it colored again.
It is a little shorter than planned and the color slightly more copper but it will grow and it will fade :) Still, I love my new cut and color, even if it wasn't quite planned that way.

August has been a busy month so far. We had a week off from lessons and next week we will be finished with the 3rd session, ready for the next one! So far so good and we want to keep going. We found that 3 afternoons a week isn't quite as intense as 4 per week - our brains need the rest! By the end of the 2nd session I felt I had reached a point of saturation, the break really helped and going a little slower is much better. We are getting to the point of "functional" and I understand more of what is being said around me, still miss a lot as mexicans talk at full speed, there is no 1st gear :)

We also got back to playing pickle ball. At 7:30 at night it is still warm but no direct sunshine. It is great fun to get more active again. The yoga and walking were fine, but not quite the same.

My weight hasn't changed much still in 136-137 range, never made it back down to 135... but working on that! I am still aiming for 134, my low from last summer.

Hope everyone had a great summer, can you believe it is Labor Day weekend next weekend???

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IRP1114 9/8/2014 5:32PM

    Nice! I love the new cut. It suits you well. Those last few pounds are tough aren't they? I know you will see the numbers you want again soon! emoticon emoticon

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BETRHO48 9/2/2014 6:33PM

    Love your new look and the color, too!
Pickle ball sounds interesting and fairly intense; so glad to read it is getting cool enough to resume play.
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EILEEN828 8/30/2014 4:12AM

    I love the new look. Sounds like you're having a great Summer. emoticon

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SKATER787 8/26/2014 11:47PM

    Wow, good for you. Both for the haircut and the Spanish lessons. emoticon

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MELTEAGUE 8/26/2014 1:55PM

    Lis, your hair suits you so well! I love it too!

I am sure it is so easy to manage too!

I know! Labour day this weekend! I can't believe it!

I am so glad that your lessons are going well and that you are also still doing pickel ball! What fun, exercising the brain and the body! Good for you!

You do look amazing!

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GLAMNGLOWDIVA 8/24/2014 10:43PM

    I love the cut and color on you. It really looks beautiful.

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LINDA! 8/24/2014 3:36PM

    Love your new color and cut. Very cute! I hope that I will get back to your size by my birthday in April. ~fingers crossed~

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MEXGAL1 8/24/2014 11:30AM

    I love it! I wish I were brave enough to go that short. Looks like it is so easy to care for.
Have a great Sunday

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NISSANGIRL 8/24/2014 7:24AM

    Love the cut and color!!! looks great for fall! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DLDMIL 8/23/2014 10:25PM

    Love the color.

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WALLAHALLA 8/23/2014 10:10PM

    Your hair looks great! Compared to mine, it's REALLY long! emoticon

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COLUMBINE2 8/23/2014 9:36PM

    I love short hair & it is soooo cute on you! And I like the color, too!

I admire your courage in tackling Spanish! C communication & every day life will be easier & more personal --- that's good!

You look great!! If only I had your dedication! Pickle ball sounds like a lot of fun.

It's cooling down in CO --I even thought about a fire in the wood stove tonight, but decided to don some warmer clothes instead. Fall comes early in the high mtns, as you know. I need to capitalize on getting outside every single day!

You've done an amazing job of changing your lifestyle. I'm reading Dr. Judith Beck's book about "thinking like a thin person." Whew...good ideas!
Have a great day tomorrow!

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ISLAMOM 8/23/2014 9:00PM

    I love it! Looks terrific!! Glad you're enjoying the Pickle Ball!!

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TRANSFORM-ABBY 8/23/2014 6:03PM

    The new do is cute and slimming. You are doing great! The weight you are at is where I would like to be again. The books say I should be 10-20 less than that. I have been 20 less and I sit on bones there, so don't like it. Held 125-130 for YEARS. But right now, being where you are seems a dream to me. I just want to get below the next 0. Keep up the good work, enjoy the time off, and have a great Labor Day Weekend!

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KNEEMAKER 8/23/2014 6:00PM

  Your hair looks great

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RICKHANN 8/23/2014 5:59PM

    Like the hair color, it suits you. Have to start working on getting my spanish back to a functional level as we're planning another trip back to Costa Rica in November.


¡Buena suerte

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JANTHEBLONDE 8/23/2014 5:40PM

    I love your new hairdo Lisa! You look wonderful! Sounds like you're having a great summer! I think that's awesome you and your husband are learning Spanish together!
I hope you have a fabulous day!
Hugs and love,
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It's been a while....

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

It has been a while.. ahum.. over a month... since I last posted a blog. I guess I got lazy
Or.. maybe there just hasn't been much going on this last month. Not quite true - our town is different in the summer months. Most of the gringos have gone north for the summer and there are more mexican tourists in town, especially the last 2 weeks. It is fun to watch the families with small children on the beaches.

The down side of the hotter months is the lack of decent quality vegetables. Everything is pretty limp and tired looking and frankly some of the stuff in the markets looks worse than what i have thrown out during the winter months. Broccoli in particular is hard to find in good shape, and you know how much I like the stuff!

One exciting thing for this last month is that DH and I have started spanish lessons. We did a course about 4-1/2 years ago but not much of that was very useful. This time we decided to take a different approach. We have one on one (or rather one on two) lessons - 4 sessions of 1-1/2 hours a week Monday- Thursday. This week is the 4th week and tomorrow we will have completed 24 hours of lessons. We are learning a lot and I find it easier to speak to people in the markets, I can actually use sentences with verbs rather than just string a few words together and hope that with hand gestures they get the idea LOL

Last week our teacher invited us to visit a class she teaches in a small village up the road. She teaches english to teenagers during their summer vacation. Needless to say, these kids are dedicated and want to be there. What a lovely bunch of kids! We joined in the class and I think it was eye opening for them to hear us struggle with their language as much as they were with ours. We had a lovely hour with them and felt very honored to meet them.

My weight has been fairly ok this month, fluctuating between 135 and 137, not bad really considering I relaxed a little and although I still eat close to plan, there are days when it doesn't quite work out that way. I have been keeping up with the yoga sessions - I post the session on my feed after I have done one - just to keep me accountable :)

I have had fun using the veggetti but haven't really gotten creative with recipes yet. DH likes the bolognese sauce and I mostly stick to that. Time to get creative!!

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IRP1114 8/22/2014 4:01PM

    I have missed your blogs! Missed this one. I must have gotten bumped off notifications. So cool you are taking more Spanish. How is it going? Hope it has made life better.

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FROSTIERACES 8/9/2014 2:23PM

    I love that you're taking Spanish! My husband and I did Rosetta stone...but really that is useless when it comes to having to speak fluently. And to be submerged in the culture will make you experts on no time! I found it amazing how many of the Mexicans actually wanted to help us. I miss those days. We are planning our return to Mexico! We both have a lot of heartache for the ocean and the slow pace of life. Happy weekend to you! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MEXGAL1 8/4/2014 3:02PM

    So great that you are working on you Spanish. I too have gotten so lazy with it and need to look into taking some more classes. you just motivated me to do so!

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GLAMNGLOWDIVA 7/31/2014 10:34PM

    That is wonderful that the two of you are learning Spanish. It sounds like you've been keeping yourself busy this Summer.

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JANTHEBLONDE 7/30/2014 10:55PM

    That's fabulous you and your husband are taking Spanish classes! I am so proud of you Lisa... keeping up with your yoga sessions! Thanks for sharing! I think you're wonderful! I hope you have an awesome day! Hugs and love!
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BETRHO48 7/30/2014 9:21PM

    Buenos dias, Lisa!

Como esta? (Well, that's about all the Spanish I remember. Unfortunately, the computer keyboard doesn't have an upside-down question mark to start the question.) How exciting that you and DH are taking up Spanish. It seems like it would be a lot of fun to go to a Mexican class which is learning English.

It's interesting about the vegetables being so poor in quality there in the summer because of the heat. This, of course, is a great time for fresh vegetables here. Wish there was a way I could send you some!

Thanks for the nice newsy blog!

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ISLAMOM 7/30/2014 9:06PM

    Always nice to hear more your news on the other side of the Mexican coast! Enjoy the rest of the will be gone before you know it!! Abrazos!

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LINDA! 7/30/2014 7:19PM

    You are so faithful to yoga. I am sorry that this is the time of the year that the veggies are not at their best. I am so happy for you that you are learning Spanish. I had a Spanish (Peruvian) boyfriend in college. I picked up some Spanish. Of course, now I have forgottten it. You will retain it because you are living in Mexico. So nice!

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EILEEN828 7/30/2014 4:48PM

    How exciting to learn Spanish, it will help you in so many ways. How awesome was that to share time the students. A big high five to keeping your maintenance weight, it's positively inspiring! Have fun on your culinary explorations!

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TRANSFORM-ABBY 7/30/2014 4:24PM

    Sounds like an awesome month to me. We are doing pretty similar with our maintenance practices and success. I am so ready for fall so I can focus more on progressing forward, and we have only just begun Summer! But it is great to realize that I can maintain and not lose ground until I can go forward. You are doing emoticon emoticon

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DLDMIL 7/30/2014 4:13PM

    Good for you and your husband for learning to speak Spanish. Congratulations

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WALLAHALLA 7/30/2014 2:47PM

    While we were in Europe, I sampled every tasty looking thing that passed my way. I'm definitely paying for it now. Got to get out of that habit of "just a taste of this and a nibble of that." School is about to start, so at least that will force me into a routine of sorts.

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Zucchini noodles

Friday, June 27, 2014

On our trip north last week I found this funny looking gadget at Walmart - a spiral vegetable slicer called "veggetti" It cuts vegetables like zucchini and carrots (to mention a couple) into long stands, like spaghetti noodles. It has 2 thickness settings.
As I have eliminated wheat (for the most) it means that pasta is not an option for me, so this looked a great way to still get the look and maybe even the texture of spaghetti.

Yesterday was my first time playing with it and I made "zucchetti" (note the gadget behind the bowl!) I used the thinnest option.

The noodles were cooked for 2 mins in the microwave with a little water and salt (drain before serving)

I made my usual bolognese sauce to go with it:
12oz ground beef
mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, diced carrots, tomatoes
garlic, paprika, italian herbs, basil, red pepper flakes

Topped with grated cheese and fresh parsley

It was delicious and even my DH (who can be quite picky) liked it. He said it was tasty and the texture was perfect. I must admit, I was surprised at how closely the texture resembled real spaghetti - of course it is not pasta but it was great to get the texture and look.

Next time, I will add some olive oil to the noodles to give the meal some more substance.

Normally I find gadgets a waste of time but this one is a winner!! I can't wait to play some more with it and I love hearing your suggestions what to fix next!

Thank you JAVAFLOWER for the link! -Spiral-Slicer-Professional/dp/ B00ISMG8N0

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MELTEAGUE 7/14/2014 10:07AM

    Lis, apparently according to my DH all these veggie cutters are not created equal! There are apparently 3 types, made by different manufacturers and one of them is a knock off - and it got bad reviews ( not yours) So I suppose it is a good idea to make sure I get a good quality one, right?

Is yours still working well?

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KALISWALKER 7/8/2014 10:39PM

    That's a great gadget! I looked at something similar but wasn't sure how I would use it. Now I know, 'spaghetti'

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CAREN_BLUEJEANS 7/3/2014 12:37PM

    I think I'm going to buy a veggetti!

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JAVAFLOWER 7/3/2014 8:18AM

    July 3 -
Here is a decent price on a veggie spiral similar to the one Lis talks about here:

currently $12.99 (was 36.99/25.99) - free shipping IF you fill your order up to $35

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WALLAHALLA 7/2/2014 5:11PM

    That looks delicious!

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IRP1114 7/2/2014 4:31PM

    Yummy! Looks delicious emoticon

I have been meaning to buy one of those. Just hasn't happened yet lol. Maybe for Christmas : D!

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IMAVISION 6/30/2014 2:53PM

    emoticon for sharing your "find" with us.

Your dish looks quite tasty. emoticon

I wonder if it was awkward to use? I can't quite picture how it works.

God bless!

"Hallelujah! For the Lord our God, the Almighty, reigns. Let us be glad and rejoice and honor Him.” ~ Revelation 19:6b NLT

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GLAMNGLOWDIVA 6/28/2014 1:21AM

    I want to go out and get that gadget now. What a wonderful meal.

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MEXGAL1 6/27/2014 9:32PM

    wow, I want one. I think I will look on line and have my SIL bring it in August when she comes.
Looks so yummy and I am also thinking of cutting out grains....keep reading about the gut and how much better you would be without them....kind of Paleo.
thanks for sharing
have a great week end

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DLDMIL 6/27/2014 6:03PM

    I saw one of those advertised in a magazine. Since I don't do walmart, I will keep looking for one and give it a try. I am waiting on the spaghetti squash to be in season.

You dinner looks wonderful. Can't wait to try it.

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JAVAFLOWER 6/27/2014 4:01PM

    Thanks for sharing this!
I've been thinking about getting something like this for awhile.

I hope to get one before the zucchini in the garden goes crazy!

your meal looks so yummy!

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SDEHNKE 6/27/2014 3:23PM

    Now if I could just get my husband to eat zucchini.


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LINDA! 6/27/2014 2:44PM

    I am going to take a look for the gadget.

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MELTEAGUE 6/27/2014 1:52PM

    Thanks so much for posting and sharing! I have to get one! I showed my hubby, maybe he will get me one for my birthday?

How many zucchini`s did it take to make one bowl?

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JANTHEBLONDE 6/27/2014 12:39PM

    I love the new gadget you found "veggetti" I'm going to have to go to Walmart and buy one! Thanks for sharing your new gadget! "Love it!" Your zucchini pasta looks yummy! I am totally impressed! I hope you have a wonderful day! Hugs! xoxo
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TRANSFORM-ABBY 6/27/2014 12:12PM

    I think that is the gadget I saw in a commercial here while back and thought it looked interesting. It does look good!

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