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I played a duet with our organist in church for the first time in my life.

which was the repertoire?
congratulations!
doing what you love is so important!


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Sante
welcome back
I have missed some fellow B secretors.. suddenly I seem outnumbered by the B nonnies  



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Sante
welcome back
I have missed some fellow B secretors.. suddenly I seem outnumbered by the B nonnies  



Hey... I still poke my nose in every so often...  

But true... many more nonnies on the board (of all types) than us secretors.



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we share the 50:50 dearest Kristin...I guess even  more AB's than B's solamente on this board (counted all together )


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Hey... I still poke my nose in every so often...  

But true... many more nonnies on the board (of all types) than us secretors.



yes you are here and I think New Hamshire girl is a secretor as well....
I just guess that most B secretors survive out in this mad world... while the B nons get problems... that is my only way of explaining the lack of B secretors here... but I like being the odd one so  


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we share the 50:50 dearest Kristin...



Yes we do, Mdl  





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yes you are here and I think New Hamshire girl is a secretor as well....
I just guess that most B secretors survive out in this mad world... while the B nons get problems... that is my only way of explaining the lack of B secretors here... but I like being the odd one so  


Yes... out in the mad mad world, we are! Wrestling with the O's and arguing with the A's!  
Nice to have a haven of respite once in awhile.  

The AB's are incognito so you never know when you come across one. Except that they feel like family...  


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Yes... out in the mad mad world, we are! Wrestling with the O's and arguing with the A's!  
Nice to have a haven of respite once in awhile.  

The AB's are incognito so you never know when you come across one. Except that they feel like family...  






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which was the repertoire?
congratulations!
doing what you love is so important!


Yes!  I do love music.  We played Handel's "Largo" and Mendelssohn's "Andante con moto."

I like this thread, also, but I'm not always certain what comments to add to it that might be of interest.  But, that's my problem as I like to read what others have to say and possibly my comments by contrast are rather boring.  Hmmn, wonder what that says about me?  Aha! I know!  I should have more confidence in myself!!!!!   On the other hand, I never give up trying, whatever the task may be.  For instance, asking our church organist if I could play a duet with him when I've never done such a thing before.  In that case I took a pretty bold stand, wouldn't you say??  It used to be called "giving it the old college try."  I really don't know where that saying came from but it was applicable in my case.
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BTW didn't this thread used to be a sticky? I would hate to see it expire as old as it is.


Just FYI... any Kyosha Nim can make a thread sticky. It is a button located waaaay down at the bottom of the page.  



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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
yes you are here and I think New Hamshire girl is a secretor as well....

I just guess that most B secretors survive out in this mad world... while the B nons get problems... that is my only way of explaining the lack of B secretors here... but I like being the odd one so  


Hoping like he&*$%^& (heck) to join you B-sec's soon!


I'm onto you, 'euphoria'
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asking our church organist if I could play a duet with him when I've never done such a thing before.

I consider that very brave!
well done!


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Thank you, Lola.  That makes me feel really good!  
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I've been eavesdropping, New Hampshire Girl, never feel you'd be boring to us! You don't have to think something's that "special," because we haven't heard it yet, have we- just you til you tell us! Don't be afraid to share, feedback and observation feeds and enlightens us always.


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well said OSuzanna!

NHG, chapeau to you for having confidence in your musical achievements!
and pls share more of your adventures with us!
your contributions enrich everyone of us!


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We B-secs seem to bounce along a bit easier - probably because (but don't tell the others or they'll get jealous...) we can have ICECREAM!
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We B-secs seem to bounce along a bit easier - probably because (but don't tell the others or they'll get jealous...) we can have ICECREAM!


Sure, just rub my nose in it  

But we can have tomatoes...hahahah...hah...heh.......
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Ice cream is listed as an avoid for B-sec's in the health series book I'm using.   Unless, of course, you make your own! Do you? Oh, you must. No, I don't want the recipe. Not yet. If B-sec happens on my doorstep, though, I just might be back here asking for it.



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we can too have *homemade* icecream!

here is a link to my sugarfree icecream recipe that could be modified in many ways including cocoa or almonds or berries...

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?506
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NHG  you are never boring  
I must say I would have loved to be in that church- there is something about hearing wonderful music in a church   makes me all
Teri you are welcome to join the minority on this board or the majority in real life  
I think it is the cheese that makes the B secs "to bounce along a bit easier"  
However sometimes I pretend Im a b non to get that lovely fruit beneficial.


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However sometimes I pretend Im a b non to get that lovely fruit beneficial.


I was surprised in running the SWAMI program on myself how many fruits switched from neutral to  beneficial... 10 or more... including all the good yummy orchard fruits. So... you can safely bet that at least some of those lovely fruits are actually beneficial for you.  



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I was surprised in running the SWAMI program on myself how many fruits switched from neutral to  beneficial... 10 or more... including all the good yummy orchard fruits. So... you can safely bet that at least some of those lovely fruits are actually beneficial for you.  


How lovely  


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I say!  I believe I'll stick around this thread just to make myself feel good.  Such complimentary things you all say to me.  It's very humbling.  It never escapes my notice, though, just how nice people on this forum are to each other and that's absolutely why I have been a member from the start.

I like ice cream, too, but would prefer it in a banana split!!
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Oh, Kristen, could you list some of those fruits that changed from neutral to beneficial on the SWAMI program?   Thanks!
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