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I'm short, 5'-3", but I have big feet (8 1/2).  All my height got spread out to my feet.


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Hey Ellie I thought UK was supposed to go metric like the rest of us
but you would be somthing like 1.58
and I am aprox 5.5
see this  http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.htm

So you are a nonnie
well you get from neutrals: Ghee, walnuts, blackberry,blueberry,cherry,figs, raspberry  to beneficial- lucky girl
But as I recall a lot of things turn avoid as well and some gets neutral like pumkinseeds, soymilk and tomatos
AND lots more. I can´t remember if there is a whole list somewhere - but maybe some of your fellow  B nonnies can help you.?


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Arlene, wow if that's English size that is big feet! I have small feet but wide (like the rest of me hee hee - my growth has gone outwards sigh ). My middle sis(another B) is about 5' 4" and her feet are I think size 6 which seems big enough. Still, there must be some advantage to big feet?

Henriette, yes, I know we are officially metric and that's what I learnt in school but even though shops now have to weigh things in kilos, they often still put it in pounds too - cos that's what most of us are more comfortable with! (but not having learnt the imperial system in school, I actually can't fully use it )In the papers this week there was talk about whether all our road signs (which are in miles per hour)should be changed for the Olympics into KPH - so all you Europeans don't get too confused (it will only cost about 80 million pounds or something and confuse everybody in this country but hey!). We Brits like to keep a little bit different to everybody else, or haven't you noticed?!

And this is the saddest thing, because of the oestregen thingy some of those fruits I can't eat even though I love them (I am so hoping to get that sorted!)Also soya milk and I'm not sure about tomatoes - I gave them up before BTD as I'm pretty sure they don't agree with me...

Anyway, my intuition was right,at least!


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We here across the Pond were told we'd be switching to metric WHEN I WAS in grade school, 40+ years ago.  NEVER HAPPENED. Gave us quite a scare, though.
(Hail Britannia and all that) 


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Hello B's

I've skimmed thru this thread-since I'm so new I have to have a look around and was glad to find a thread just for us but I'm not sure what it's for so I hope I don't ruin it.  ha ha
You guys have been discussing magnesium.  Is there a specific kind we should have?  What's best? Oxide, Citrate?
No one said they found a good B cracker yet.  Hopfully there will be one someday.  I love rice crackers and nut thins and they don't bother me but I could eat the whole box.  Especially with salmon and cream cheese spread.  
What are the best recipe threads for me to look at?
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typebase is full of recipes!! )

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipes.htm


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http://www.onlineconversion.com/clothing_shoes_womens.htm
I am a size 6 in UK, a size 8,5 in US and a size 39 in EU.

Well the typebase are good- but please dubblecheck there are plenty of mistakes in it.

BB you can´t ruin this thread - we chat about everything here

I think the The magnesium citrat is best but I can´t find it here so when my UK supply ruins out I have use the oxid.

You could try to make things yourself.
Most packaged things contains really bad oil for B´s ( well most people really)
This year we made homemade veggie and potato chips/crisps fried in oliveoil or grapeseed oil.
I go for the nuts most of the time if I want something crunchy like almonds, macadamian or walnuts roasted on a hot dry pan - a bit of spices added last.


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Hello, all you Bees! How is everybody? Where's Betul? New Bee's abound, and a few half-B's, too!

Time for a Buzz-fest!


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B to Bnonnie to Nomad, the journey continues
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Doing just fine down here in Katrina land. Extreme Make over had a special about our area tonight on ABC. The park they couldn't identify was De La Mar Park. I've been busy installing new flooring and painting (no hurricane damage, just remodeling). Also I'm getting ready for the new gardening season, been weeding out the flower gardens, transplanting tomato plants, and the Ocean Springs Herb Festival is this weekend. I plan to take Trudie the boxer and go see if I can find some new plants over there. Confederate Jasmine to grow over the mail box sounds good. It should be the last cold snap this weekend then summer will come rolling in.
 Let's have a rollcall: Heinrieta, Kristin, all the B's and the wannaB's!
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Hey hey... still here... rolling with the punches... although I think it is hormonal fluctuations doing all the punching lately... jiminee!!! I haven't felt quite like myself for the past few days.

I am preparing to be the US representative at the European BTD gathering in Samos... I think the B's just might be the largest blood group represented with myself, Ellie, ion and Alek and the better half of Isa in attendance. Wow... wouldn't that be cool to be the majority for once!! Goat cheese for everyone, I say!!

Also... still hiking although difficult to do in the mud and ice this past week... exploring some new trails and getting somewhat lost but what breath-taking views I stumbled upon!! Makes getting lost not quite so bad... Watching the ever-changing shapes of ice in the mountain streams and the pattern of water over, under, and around the ice sculptures creating, transparent, lacy edges so fragile and delicate. In watching the water flow down the cañon I feel held in the hands of time...

Still winter here, though.... Dreaming of Spring....

My crocuses are now in full bloom... and I am remembering Zareen.




The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.

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helloo all half of mines wavies from Switzerland.... I try to get off the bloody snow-times here...one day about +7 the other -1 and between snow and rain and iiiirx   ok- I will try to get my suns painted ....
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Quoted from Kristin
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I am preparing to be the US representative at the European BTD gathering in Samos... I think the B's just might be the largest blood group represented with myself, Ellie, ion and Alek and the better half of Isa in attendance. Wow... wouldn't that be cool to be the majority for once!! Goat cheese for everyone, I say!!



I don't know if I could take it, Kristin.  I attribute a certain substantial share of my contrarianism to my B'ness.  To be counted amongst a majority sorta sticks in my craw...


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My birthday was Thursday March 23.  Last October this new kid started in our office.  It is his first real job after receiving his Master Degree.  He played football for the U of West VA.  He knew absolutely no one in Illinois but he people in our office.  He was going to spend his 26th birthday alone at home.  My son’s friend whose birthday is also in October was home on leave from the Marines.  I decided to take them and 8 other friends of my sons out to dinner at Buco De Pepo which serves family style Italian dinners. Then I took my son, his GF, his buddy & GF & my co-worker to a movie.  Well on Thursday, to my surprise, this young co-worker made me a double layer Angel Food cake with cool whip frosting.  It had fresh strawberries on top and in the middle.  Of course I had to have some and share the rest with my other co-workers.  (Peppermint, we did this in the conference room.)  Tonight, Friday 3/24/06, during Sci-Fi Friday, my son brought me a bottle of wine and a piece of French Silk pie from Baker’s Square.  So I have had my birthday sugar high that should last me until next year.


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Happpy happy birthday, Arlene!!!




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for all birthdayers in the signe of ram-aries...     it's my descendent-signe
one thingie more to share
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Happy bithsday VERY late  Arlene
I am / have been so busy that I have not really been on the net much. I am doing 3 final papers at the time:
Well I thought I was good at multitasking but..........
AND spring is here the snow is gone- it is raining like crazy but its luke warm 10-12 celcius- yesterday it was sunny and I picked up rubbish in the garden- I had forgotten how effective gardenwork is on my stress.
My garlic in the garden is 4 cm high - the crocus is everywhere but my bees died -this long bloody winter so I am the only B around here... so I better change my signature! and get anew family before the apple and cherry trees bloom.


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Heads up, look up and  please pray for your B-buddy in the trenches.  You guys have reallly come through before.  Things are very tough, and I count on you all.  With  genuine love and thanks from your clanmate, Exj



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It is spring, the start of all things new. Things are going to get better and better!
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Dear Exj, here are some more hugs and prayers from me.     I agree with Gulf Coast Guy that the spring can be a hopeful time and a time for a refreshed soul.
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O you guys.  You're bringing a lump to my throat.  You're SO awesome
Please keep doing whatever you're doing, please.  I really feel supported! And you KNOW me.  You know I wouldn't ask if it weren't ... needful....

* * * * * * *

A couple of days later.
Still struggling, and on a deeper, deeper spiritual level.
Keep it up, guys.

It's "Holy Week", BTW....

Hope it's a lovely time for the rest of you! I'm thinking of you, and grateful for you!!


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Thinking of y'all.  See above post.


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Yes, it is a very special week and as for prayers you're in them.  I'll be in church choir and perhaps you will hear the distant strains of our special music as we raise our voices to the rafters.  I certainly hope so.  
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Yes, it is a very special week and as for prayers you're in them.  I'll be in church choir and perhaps you will hear the distant strains of our special music as we raise our voices to the rafters.  I certainly hope so.  


Hi NHG:
OOO Lovely!  What sort of church?  What sort of music?  Maybe I'll hear/listen and think of you!


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Happy Holy Week exj_j and everyone else.

And here's my prayers for you too.




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