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    I'm going to start posting my food here. I'm hoping this will make me more accountable and get something going in a decent direction for me.

    Breakfast-bulletproof coffee and chicken broth with bouillon.
    Lunch- caprese salad and cauliflower pepperoni casserole.
    Dinner-creamy chicken scampi and a tea with coconut oil.
    Georgette

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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    Considering how I've got a hyper libido, two weeks drives me nuts.
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    My crazy libido seems to be genetic. My sisters and I have always been like this. My husband has actually apologized several times for the mismatch in libido. I should've listened to my gut the day he told me that if he ever needed Viagra or anything of the sort to perform in the bedroom, it wouldn't happen at all period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    My crazy libido seems to be genetic. My sisters and I have always been like this. My husband has actually apologized several times for the mismatch in libido. I should've listened to my gut the day he told me that if he ever needed Viagra or anything of the sort to perform in the bedroom, it wouldn't happen at all period.
    Eh, that sounds more like pride than anything, also I am sure the self-doubt isn't helping. I wish I had advice, but given that I am in the honeybuns camp when it comes to last sexual encounter I ain't got squat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Eh, that sounds more like pride than anything, also I am sure the self-doubt isn't helping. I wish I had advice, but given that I am in the honeybuns camp when it comes to last sexual encounter I ain't got squat.
    It's ok. It could be pride but all I know is that when we went through this before we found out about his diabetes and there were bedroom issues then he told me no Viagra. I'm actually sticking with the theory if being SOL on this.
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    Seems that since Saturday, central Ohio is in its odd monsoon season. We had probably a good 8 hours of flooding rains Saturday and they've been on and off ever since. Tristan just sent me a text saying its raining really hard again. I want to send the rains out west. They need it more than we do.
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    Same here. There's a tornado warning tonight, as well as flash flood warnings. Looks like we're going to have a rainy 4th, but I don't really care because we have nothing planned.
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    Sounds like the storms we had last monday-wednesday have slowed WAY down and finally gotten to you - although, I'm sure they're different storms. Just sayin that we had a TON of rain last week... still dealing with the flooding now - in fact, I'm off work on Friday and Brad and I were going to go fishing, but we can't go where we'd normally go - the river - and instead have to go to the reservior - can't go to any lakes b/c our boat motor is too large (lakes around here have a 10 horse minimum) - b/c of the damn flooding! Totally sucks b/c I want to go catfishing just chill out... Lake fishing is like shooting fish in a barrel - no relaxation.

    ANYHOW... all that to say it rained a lot here last week. lol
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    We've been having practically non-stop rain for about 3 weeks! I hope it dries up soon
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    Our driveway has a nice bit of puddling on it. Work didnt get any rain today.
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