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Sugar Anecdote and Sick Children

Saturday, April 28, 2012

I'm still swamped. I don't have time to post. But something funny happened today.

I was trying to make replacement fluid for a daughter who has had an upset stomach today. (Replacement fluid is 5 c. water, 1/2 t. salt, 6 t. sugar. . .Pedialyte does the same thing, but my kids don't like the flavor of it, and have difficulty keeping it down when they've been ill.) It's been so long since I made something with a bit of sugar that when I went to make the fluid, I Couldn't Find My Sugar!! It's lost. I know I didn't throw it out, but I can't find it! Isn't that funny and nice!

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HONEYMUFFIN1923 4/30/2012 7:26PM

    Hope they are better soon. Glad you lost the sugar. That is a great thing. My DH keeps ours up close and centered in the cabinet.

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    I LOVE that you *lost* your sugar. Hee hee. I couldn't remember where my white flour was when my daughters had to make choc. chip cookies for a bake sale. Luckily it was in the back of the fridge (behind the whole wheat flour). It's supposed to keep longer in there. Hope your kiddo feels better soon!


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WILDFLOWER521 4/29/2012 10:35AM

    What a wonderful feeling.
Not that your kids are sick!

Wish I couldn't find my sugar.
Hope everyone gets to feeling better soon.

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RACHEL-SPARKS 4/29/2012 10:01AM

    What a great feeling. I have been getting rid of sugar and fattening treats. My husband has started to buy them more. Hope your daughter gets better.

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