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    Im sorry, but I don't really know how to help you.. Your job seems to be eesponsible and stressing to me. But it's great that you can help others.. I really envy you nice weather, as it's rainy here since last Monday Eating on balcony.. Haven't done it for a long time..



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    I've made this: Magical Multipurpose Paleo & Primal Dough Recipe. Yep, she wants $4 for it. It is a developed from Brazilian Pao de Queso and has a paleo and primal version. I have only made the paleo one. I am sure your kids would like it, very kid-friendly.

    You don't know how tempted I am to just go down and cut that power cord...get myself in serious trouble...evicted...banned...arrrgghhh...

    Kind of a weird thing - there are all sorts of TV programs I want to watch, mostly PBS. The Hollow Crown, Hebburn, Last Tango in Halifax. Hmmmm.

    Reading Hemingway's A Moveable Feast and am astounded by how much I am enjoying it. I never realized how poetic Hemingway's writing was. I never understood it, although I have read two of his novels and several short stories. I think I just needed the right 'seasoning' (a euphemism for age).
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    Well now you have me curious about the dough recipies and what they are good for. I don't really crave dough or anything but it would be great to have a standby to add to food for christmas parties... Is it worth the buy?
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    I really love Hemingway's literature too. Especially 'The old man and the sea'.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ecks View Post
    Well now you have me curious about the dough recipies and what they are good for. I don't really crave dough or anything but it would be great to have a standby to add to food for christmas parties... Is it worth the buy?
    I don't know if it is worth it or not. It annoys me, to be honest. It's not that I don't think people should be rewarded for their efforts, but I don't like the way it loads, it takes forever to print, it disappears from your hard drive - that all pisses me off. I don't like the way the recipe is presented - half metric and half American measures. She does provide the conversion in her email, but honestly that is just unprofessional. And she doesn't mention that you should have a scale. That should be upfront. To me it is borderline dishonest - oh BTW, now that I have your money, you really need to go buy a scale. That said, I have not purchased a scale, have made the recipe using cup measure, and it has come out fine. AND I think $4 is pricey for one freakin' recipe that is actually developed from a traditional recipe. I made a lot of mods to the Pao de Queso recipe myself, and I didn't charge for it. Okay, rant over.

    Very busy day but must go get some work done.
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    Went to the dentist this morning, just for a cleaning. Am changing dentists! Remind me! I like the dentist all right, but the hygenist - can't stand her. Can't stand the loud music. Office is freezing cold. Chair is super uncomfortable. Enough! Oh, the teefers are fine.

    Did a lot of shopping while I was near the shops (dentist is in the town where I work). Boring stuff, lightbulbs, curtains, cleaning supplies. Also picked up my new cat tree at the post office and put it together. Score! It is really nice, looks a treat. They are carefully checking it out. Slim Cat, my tree-dweller, was on it before I even had it together. They are cautiously exploring it. I nailed shims to the bottom to make it more secure.

    Hung the new curtains which also look a treat and are going to work very well. I can easily take them down completely when I want to let in all the sunlight I can and put them right back up whenever I want privacy.

    I've made so many kinds of booch I don't know exactly which one I am drinking but I believe it is just a plain one - absolutely stellar. Makes so much of a difference to be able to age them in fridge for week or so. I'm glad I'm caught up, although I might have set myself back by discarding the one batch. Had to be done, though. I think I have enough, though, as long as I don't go on a booch binge.
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    a booch binge!!! that's funny
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    I am a funny cavewoman. I would have made Grok laugh a lot, although I probably wouldn't have been so good at sewing skins together.

    Slept like the dead today. I woke up, looked at my watch (hidden under my pillow) and couldn't believe it was 4:30 PM. I'm not sure when I went to sleep, but that is at least 6 hours uninterrupted. Pretty much of a record! And I feel more rested than I have in a long time. No work tonight, thank you, but I have choir.

    Didn't get any errands done, although that is a small price to pay for sleep. I wonder if my FitBit is here? I hope it is waiting for me at the post office tomorrow.
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    I'm sure choir went well. Hoping you got great sleep again. Sending positive Fit Bit thoughts.
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    Well, have had a bit of a downhill run - nothing earth-shaking, but I much prefer to totter along in the normal way. Was late to choir through no fault of my own, but I hate to be late! Back has been really hurting - as in 'something is wrong' hurting. Coddling it all day - heating pad, lying down (no sitting), Advil. No lifting, no twisting. Slept as much as I could. Have to go to work.

    FitBit arrived! Still in box.

    High point is that I have the new curtains hung on the French doors and they look great. Slim Cat loves the new kitty climber thing. If he is happy, then I am happy.
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