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    Every day is a winding road

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    Nearly 5 years since I've arrived here. Still following the path. Here is the next part.

    The lyrics in this Cheryl Crow song resonate with me.



    I hitched a ride with a vending machine repair man

    He says he's been down this road more than twice
    He was high on intellectualism
    I've never been there but the brochure looks nice
    Jump in, let's go
    Lay back, enjoy the show
    Everybody gets high, everybody gets low,
    These are the days when anything goes

    [Chorus]
    Everyday is a winding road
    I get a little bit closer
    Everyday is a faded sign
    I get a little bit closer to feeling fine

    He's got a daughter he calls Easter
    She was born on a Tuesday night
    I'm just wondering why I feel so all alone
    Why I'm a stranger in my own life
    Jump in, let's go
    Lay back, enjoy the show
    Everybody gets high, everybody gets low
    These are the days when anything goes

    [Chorus]

    I've been swimming in a sea of anarchy
    I've been living on coffee and nicotine
    I've been wondering if all the things I've seen
    Were ever real, were ever really happening

    [Chorus]

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    Hi Greensprout five years is a great achievement, glad t hear you're still grokking on.

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    Found you. Thanks for the link.
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    With PB my asthma has improved, low back pain is gone, & I've got more energy

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    ^Ditto. Nice thoughtful beginning to your new journal.

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    Hello! I think you will find having a new journal is very motivating, I did!
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    Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.

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    Found you here. And following you on The Challenge.

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    Welcome all, I think I'm following all of you as well.

    Getting busy in the kitchen, prepping for the week ahead. Haven't been on top of that so much of late. Egg bake (12 eggs, mushrooms, spinach, tomato, queso fresco, scallions) is in the oven. Hopefully son #1 doesn't eat half of it himself! Next up is pumpkin cranberry muffins from Practical Paleo, think I'll try the Mexican Chicken Soup that Pedidoc linked to for dinner, but on the stovetop rather than slow cooker. And will prep a huge batch of chili to throw in the slow cooker today for tomorrow's dinner.

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    I solved the egg bake issue (son eating half) by making it into muffins and freezing. Slowed him down to 2-3 muffins!
    Female 54
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    Started at a size 16 down to loose 10

    With PB my asthma has improved, low back pain is gone, & I've got more energy

    My Primal Journal: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread60175.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedidoc View Post
    I solved the egg bake issue (son eating half) by making it into muffins and freezing. Slowed him down to 2-3 muffins!
    Did consider that, well, the muffin part, not the freezing part, as I expect it to be eaten in a few days, regardless. He'd just take 4 muffins or more anyway, if he figured he could get away with it.

    Pumpkin cranberry muffins in the oven now. My cleanup is on hold while hubby has seized the kitchen sink to wash his paint spray gun apparatus.

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