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NewHampshireGirl
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I'm happy, Exj_j, to report we're still singing traditional, lovely music which is the kind I'm more comfortable with and gives me wonderful shivers.    

I attend a congregational church (UCC) which is prevalent in New England.  My preference is Presbyterian (USA) but there are very few here.

Now you know!  I'm pretty traditional.  Actually, I'm a classic.  
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Hello Bees.
(And Half-Bees)( )

For those of you who've been amazingly praying for me, I'd like to share with you just a tiny tip of the iceberg of what I'm dealing with here.

Go to the Thread entitled "Forum Administrative Question(s):Santé/Exj", for a small sampling.

And, yes, I covet your continued heaven-storming on my behalf, to make up some of my own shortfall.

Otherwise, Bee happy and Bee healthy...With Love, Santé/Exj


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hellooooo half of mine
for us the 5-ers' in Risos' best is to come outa brain into action ................
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Quoted from exj_j
Hello Bees.
(And Half-Bees)( )

For those of you who've been amazingly praying for me, I'd like to share with you just a tiny tip of the iceberg of what I'm dealing with here.

Go to the Thread entitled "Forum Administrative Question(s):Santé/Exj", for a small sampling.



Well that just plain sucks... no other word for it... I'm so sorry...

Goodness... the industry of some people...  

I hope this is remedied for you soon...





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

- Nelson Henderson
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Doris
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Dear Fellow B's,
Enjoyed reading this thread.  You all sound like family.  I fit the B type so good, it's scary.  I

believe in prayer, too, and will remember those who have asked.  I think of myself as an older,

wiser, B.  I was introduced to Dr. D's book ER4YT when it was first published and thought, this

really makes sense.  I especially enjoy LR4YT and CRFYT.   Basically I have been following BTD all

these years,  not 100% compliant, but  stopped eating the big, bad things like chicken, corn and

wheat.   I'm retired, have four grown children (2-ABp, 1-Ap & 1-Bp)  I hope I can be helpful where

needed.   Living in Hawaii. .
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Welcome Doris
It is good to a new B in this family.
I as wondering what does Ap means ?

You can click on the member center and choose your BT


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Heinrietta, My guess is the p stands for positive like + does. Any how Doris glad to see you wander over our way. Welcome.
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Heinrietta, My guess is the p stands for positive like + does. .


Oh silly me


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Yay Doris!
A new B!
Which Hawaiian island?


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Hi Doris

Welcome to our little B club. Any other Bs on Hawaii or is Doris our first? Can you see  a difference with all those different Blood Types in your home?

Henriette, I hadn't worked out the P either! Hope you are keeping your head above water with all the college work. And hope your chicks are not too unhappy.

Exj-j hope you're getting your computer sorted out. I'm lucky - mine is in the shop at the moment but I'm able to borrow my mum's.

Hi gulfcoast guy. how are you?

Well, I'm off to Samos next week, where I believe the Bs are well represented! I'm also moving house - well mostly. Furniture is going on Friday. Then on Monday I will spend the night there for the first time in 3 years. Hopefully the electrician will have done his little bit of work. And on Tuesday, the day I leave for Samos (travelling day before to be near the airport - flight leaves at 9am eek) I have an appointment with a doctor who has to assess whether I'm medically eligible for the benefit I receive (I get what's called Incapacity Benefit, which I get because I have worked in the past but have been not well enough for a few years). I still need this money at the moment, as although I have improved a lot, I have not lived completely alone for 2 and half years, and need to get used to that first before worrying about working).So any prayers for me, greatly appreciated. (my mum will be hiding my suitcase in the car).  I am basically an honest person, so I wouldn't lie but I sometimes forget how bad I can be which is what they need to know.



8 feb 2008:Weight Loss on GTD so far (without trying): 4 kilos (about 8 lbs - half a stone)
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Hi Ellie, Good to hear from you. About your interview with the medical beauracracy, It might help to write down everything that you want to say in advance and have copies of your medical records on hand. That way you won't forget important thoughts/arguments. Yeah I know, organization from a B! Anyhow, good luck in your new abode.
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Hi Ellie - good advices from gulfcoastguy! as ususal
I know theese guys/interviews can be pretty scarry- are you alone at the interview?- it can be helpfull if you got somebody at your side... you know 4 ears hears better than 2 !
Sounds so exciting with you new house- and you trip to Samos... I am green with envy
I try to handle the last 2 weeks of writing.... vey poorly as you see I am here and not writing.....
My chicks are out and running the autorities are starting to reduse the areas with "CAGED" birds... my chicks were just going nuts... there has been no new cases here for a while... so out in the SPRING weather.. if it was spring come on send us so sunshine please


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Yay KRISTIN!  That was almost Instant Messaging! She found this thread.

I just wanted to share that I just ate chicken for the first time in forever...and I didn't like the taste AT ALL! Yecch!  Did I ever EAT THAT?  It was in a quesadilla...


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Aw heck...  


I guess you can take the girl out of modville, but you can't take the moderator out of the girl....




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Isale:
c'etait ça: Quand Même!!
O que tu es mignonne...

But, c'mon B's.  Have any of you experienced that "chicken-y" flavor for the first time in ages and found it...bad?

* * * * * * * *
I guess not


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So here's a question about this B and individuality thing.

I've always seen myself as pretty offbeat, not typcial in many ways.  However, don't a lot of O's and A's feel that way?

My husband is an O and is as offbeat as they come.

So how does one differentiate the unique way a B might be individualistic compared to the other types?

Just wondering.

Gail
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Gee Exj_j, you're brave to try some chicken!  I'm scared silly to touch it.  Strokes are not my sense of fun.  Really and truly I haven't gone near chicken since 1998 and I can truthfully say I don't miss it at all.  It's probably mind over matter in my case.  
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Are you really afraid that if you taste some chicken, you will suffer a stroke? Thank God I don't live in such fear!

I didn't feel "brave" at all: It's just the way it worked out that day...Later there was some tabbouleh too, the least of all evils presented; I chose it over the hummous, etc., because it was MOSTLY PARSLEY!!!


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Yes I tried it accidentially in a stuffed mushroom. I try not to do it as it seems to just sit in my digestive tract like a brick. I really don't even like to smell it cooking anymore. Unfortunately it seems  to be in my old favorite Hot and Sour soup. At least I am a nonnie and can still eat my homegrown heirloom tomatoes. Just got through planting okra also. Okra and tomatoes ummm!
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Hey GCG!

I love it here --- Always Old Home Week

Yeah, what is it, that distinctly chicken-y flavor that turkey doesn't have....


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What is it in the taste?... nasty lectins, I think...




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once I gave a statement about my earliest impressions with chickies ptuuuiiii everytime when I was forced to eat such stuffies I felt bad after...means about in my earliest youth (3-4 years old )
and I never ate it again....I've got like this...but when it was no in my mind it was n o !!!!
Obviously my NT-character showed very early that I've been more than a choleric-one and this saved my a...hem ;)  


aannnddd I have something to add here...... in Samos the taste of turkey was without any kind of après-gouts....just supperrr , fine and easy to chew...here in Switzerland, I guess perhaps are they only killing the older beasts ...so far they do have all such a irxy taste....even when written *organic raised*.... :p  
hey does it matter the white flesh and the red-ones? In the darker there's muchmore
tryptophane...ok...but what's about the white-one I remember ours was almostly white ......
Thaaaasssoooooo where did ya bought those giggles ?????
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Yeah, what is it, that distinctly chicken-y flavor that turkey doesn't have....

I had chicken for the first time this Easter  and it was good( just a taste) - a large organic bird from the neighbour - tasted better than the turkey breast my mum made for me! but I hate the way chicken make me feel

Our turkeys taste very different -some taste okbut  a little rough - not like chickentexture  at all. Most turkey here has a taste that I am not crazy with... I must say I prefer the white mildtasting meat... BUT I alwys marinate in lemonjuice, wine or yoghurt- then it a OK substitute to chicken - but not the same !

BTW I must share :
I am just so
today !
Last monday I poured coffee into my little best friend: minimac and it went out like
So we split apart - and put it a dry place to dry out and this afternoon it started up- no problemas - just telling me the date was wrong   I am so relieved that I do not have to buy a new one - thank you apple - for making Henriette proof products  
So after a week with rainy weather - no computer - I am back- had more than 30 mails in my mailbox  


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I'm stubborn in many ways but not when it comes to following the basic guidelines of BTD.  I have had no problem taking chicken out of my life now and forever more.  It does smell good when my A husband is baking it in the oven, I will admit.  
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