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    Yeah, he's still a phlebotomist, and I stay home....

    Yeah, he's still a phlebotomist, and I stay home. Our problem, financially, is the cost of good food. He's currently working all those hours to pay for good, healthy food. We've also had problems...
  2. Have you already tried the different types of...

    Have you already tried the different types of sweet potatoes? I find they all have different flavors. I particularly like the white and Okinawan sweet potatoes, as they are starchier and more like...
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    Also a mommy. In my case to a very active and...

    Also a mommy. In my case to a very active and cute 11 month old. I love him so much--even more than the sleep I miss so dearly. I could also say homesteader: I have 5 acres, 10 ducks, and a...
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    MUST DIE!!!! :mad: :D

    MUST DIE!!!! :mad:


    :D
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    :p

    :p
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    It must die!

    It must die!
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    I obviously need to get on here more often! ...

    I obviously need to get on here more often!


    No!



    No no no no no!
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    Love you! You think you've got cravings!...

    Love you!




    You think you've got cravings! I haven't had dairy in 6 months!:(
  9. Luckily, they don't stick out. They just kinda...

    Luckily, they don't stick out. They just kinda curl against my head, for now. It just looks like I had parts of my head--especially around the temples--shaved bald. They probably don't stand up...
  10. We think he's pretty cute, too :D I...

    We think he's pretty cute, too :D



    I honestly don't know how fast my hair used to grow. It's curly and--though I've been trying to grow it to my waist for since I was 15, it's been stuck at...
  11. Hmmm, I figure with 100+ pages, his pic is pretty...

    Hmmm, I figure with 100+ pages, his pic is pretty safe here, too :D

    http://i1176.photobucket.com/albums/x323/Knifegill/104_7767_zps0a53cf74.jpg
  12. Since my hair started growing back after it's...

    Since my hair started growing back after it's massive postpartum fall-out (I lost 1/3-1/2 of my hair:eek:), I've gained 2 inches in 3 months. That's with drinking bone broth every 2-3 days.



    I...
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    I must say, nothing that shannonstoney has said...

    I must say, nothing that shannonstoney has said has seemed like she's "making fun of fatties." She just sounds concerned about the health complications that arise due to obesity. She's seemed really...
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    Soft Star shoes hand-makes some nice looking,...

    Soft Star shoes hand-makes some nice looking, leather, minimalist shoes. I have a pair of the Merry Janes, and love them! Home Page | Soft Star Shoes

    Here's some of their shoes. You can customize...
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    Welcome to the trenches! Babies are a lot of...

    Welcome to the trenches! Babies are a lot of work--especially the first few months!--but things get better, and they're worth it the whole time. :D

    Congrats!
  16. Say whaaaaaat? :eek: Here I was thinking lesbians...

    Say whaaaaaat? :eek: Here I was thinking lesbians were males. LOL! Looks like someone didn’t read all the comments! :D




    Exactly. My cousin and her husband are amazingly good-looking people....
  17. Knifegill and I actually have the farm (five...

    Knifegill and I actually have the farm (five acres I'm slowly transforming) and the kids (one 8 month old so far). We're 29 and 32. It took us a while to get here! We both worked for the first years...
  18. Knifegill and my little one is 8 months, and has...

    Knifegill and my little one is 8 months, and has been Primal from before he was even conceived. He has a lot of food sensitivities, though. When he was 3 months old, I ended up eliminating everything...
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    Thank you all for your help! I'm going to attempt...

    Thank you all for your help! I'm going to attempt to respond to all of you while little Aldergill plays happily in his room!



    For carbs, I eat: 6 date “poops” (those log-shaped mushed dates...
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    Going Primal definitely helped my cycle, too....

    Going Primal definitely helped my cycle, too. Before I started eating a Primal diet, my cycle ranged between 18 and 28 days, of which I bled for 7 of those days. Not fun! After I cleaned up my diet,...
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    I think body proportions impact this a lot. I'm...

    I think body proportions impact this a lot. I'm also 5'4",but I'm soooooo short-waisted that my legs are the same length as my Knifegill and my mom, both of who are 5'9" and evenly proportioned. So,...
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    Knifegill’s mom just posted this one on Facebook,...

    Knifegill’s mom just posted this one on Facebook, saying, "Potluck Recipe!"



    Mmm, chemical marshmallows, “cherry” poison, and fake graham cracker crust. What a wonderful way to feed your...
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    Salmonberries grow wild on our property. They...

    Salmonberries grow wild on our property. They look like yellow or red raspberries (they come in both colors), but firmer, and they have the advantage of being the first berry ripe. They're sour and...
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    Figured I'd give an update. For about three...

    Figured I'd give an update. For about three months I've been applying honey (90% raw honey, 10% water) to my scalp and letting it sit for three hours. Initially, I'd stopped using the tea tree oil,...
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    In my defense, according to websters and...

    In my defense, according to websters and wikipedia, "Pickling is the process of preserving food by anaerobic fermentation in brine or vinegar." I can totally see, though, that people seem to use...
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