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DH and I call that "wiggly leg".  On the BTD he actually has the ability to sit still (if he tries), but in the past he would always have it.


I thought that was a symptom of magnesium deficiency....  



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I thought that was a symptom of magnesium deficiency....  



Wow...if it is my hubby has it bad...wiggles his leg (makes the whole room shake...used to drive his teachers crazy) and taps the side of his index finger on his mouth as he reads.

I do the scraping foot thing too.  Wet one hand in the washing machine or dish waster...have to do the other.

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How bout just try it off?


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i wonder if wiggly leg is a warrior symptom as dr. d writes they have a hard time relaxing? i am a teacher and although i am a nervous type, i usually sit very still and don't move my body alot when sitting.
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I see this as an output of insecurity...when we need in reality sustain and even somebody who takes us in his/her arms, but are afraid to let people step into our *private fields* it can happen that we are beginning to *hibble* ...wiggle....

we can observe this sometimes in zoo's but here I guess it's a not lived flight-and-fight syndrome or coz animals are closed into those cages..... might be we feel our inner cages as well


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Interesting, Isa, but that would be me, not DH.  DH takes magnesium every night.  He's gotten a lot better on BTD.

I have trouble winding down at night if I stay up too late.  If I go to bed at 9:30 or so I'll go right to sleep, but if I stay up till midnight working on something I think I strain my adrenals and I have trouble telling my brain to slow down and sleep.


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I love the Bjork video, "Hunter," referenced above by Saverain. Here's another one with the line "I wish I was a hunter out searching for some food," from Run Lola Run. (Not you Lola, you can remain sitting

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnZuvWwkrWM


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Dido also has a song called "Hunter".
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What beer is made in Chippewa Falls?  Falls Beer?  I forget.  How's it going up there?  Is it raining?  


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Leinenkugel's. I'm wearing my Leinie's jacket in my picture, but you can't tell. Its drizzling today, but the forecast for the week is sunny and warm. It's been a pretty ideal summer here, and good for my garden. Green beans and squash are still coming on.


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Leinie's, that's right.  We have a brewer of theirs right off the freeway in downtown Milwaukee too.

Yeah, it was a pretty good summer, besides all that flooding that one week.  And a couple of hot spells, but nothing terrible.  


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