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  • #16
    Top quality kittens!

    I fell in love with Neil Gaiman's work as a teenager although was probably more in love with Morpheus than with his creator (although clearly there are similarities...). Haven't read his new novel yet. Do you like China Mieville? I only started reading his stuff last year but some of it reminds me of Gaiman although perhaps less whimsical (for better or worse).

    Sorry to hear it was a tough weekend. Hope you sleep better tonight. Looking forward to hearing how ADF goes for you. What's your plan calories-wise?
    Well and happy - Journalling a primal life in London

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    • #17
      I had never had mascarpone cheese before reading your journal. I purchased some the other day - just to see what the fuss was about. Damn you

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      • #18
        Hey, congratulations on the new low!
        Jealous of your peaches from your neighbour's garden (were they gifts or did you "forage"? ). If I ever have my own house with a garden will be sure to have fruit trees and bushes.
        Well and happy - Journalling a primal life in London

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        • #19
          Hey if there's a food worth temporarily forgetting your diet for, in my book it would definitely be home-made ice cream! At least you'll be able to see what they put in it. When we were camping a while ago we stumbled across a farm shop selling their home made ice cream. SO good. And you could see the cows grazing the field behind the shop.
          Well and happy - Journalling a primal life in London

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          • #20
            No questions asked. Welcome back!
            Well and happy - Journalling a primal life in London

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            • #21
              Thanks, Pineneedles
              Everything changes, but nothing is truly lost. - Neil Gaiman




              My journal
              iHerb.com code LBN037 - $10 off your first purchase

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              • #22
                Skip Daily Weigh-Ins

                Try weighing yourself once a week at most. Doing so daily can become an obsession. There are normal variations that can cause undue anxiety.

                Good luck in your journey.

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                • #23
                  Hey, congrats on the new low!
                  Well and happy - Journalling a primal life in London

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