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san j
Tuesday, July 10, 2012, 7:17am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Are you planning a celebration?
Will there be some big Fête for the Forty-Year-Old?
Is Babette coming back to Denmark to cook for you?  
Wish we Bs could celebrate with you.
Can we B-visualize Henriette's 40th Birthday dinner together?  


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Quoted from san j
Are you planning a celebration?
Will there be some big Fête for the Forty-Year-Old?
Is Babette coming back to Denmark to cook for you?  
Wish we Bs could celebrate with you.
Can we B-visualize Henriette's 40th Birthday dinner together?  




Nothing big due to bad economy  
But some friends coming eating food from the veggie garden and bbq ( beef and lamb I guess)-lots of red wine and chocolate cake



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Nothing big due to bad economy  



Don't cry, young one.
My B imagination is big enough to conjure up all the Party you could possibly want.
Tell Mama what you have in mind.  

PS: No need to stay in Denmark, Europe, or on earth, for that matter.  



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Hey B clan:
Midwinter Camel Fair? When/where all the nomads of the subcontinent gather to trade animals, wares, stories.
Many campfires are a'burn, many coffeepots steam: Hobble your beasts and set a spell.

What's new? (Answer need not be in poetic form)


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I just finished potting my Chocolate Habanero peppers. I'm going to have to toss a lot of seedlings, mostly eggplants. Nobody but me seems to want eggplant seedlings. Plenty of Lemondrop peppers will hit the trash also. I've got to take the dog for a biopsy on a knot on her head tomorrow.
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Quoted from san j
Hey B clan:
Midwinter Camel Fair? When/where all the nomads of the subcontinent gather to trade animals, wares, stories.
Many campfires are a'burn, many coffeepots steam: Hobble your beasts and set a spell.

What's new? (Answer need not be in poetic form)


Starting a new job today teaching 8 graders... Only next 2 months but it is a job

Longing for spring it is yucky grey and sleet here later snow today So I try to keep warm in front of my wood stove.
Got red peppers, chili and eggplant growing in my south faced window.
The chili is a mild outdoor type. And eggplants are pretty rose coloured and a striped purple one.


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Sounds like some lovely nightshades ya got there, hbs. gcg, too, is doing the nightshade number.
Let us know how the job is, girl.
And how the pooch is, boy.


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I've been browsing U Tubes of didjeridoo music.  I'm finding that it suits me wonderfully when I'm bouncing on my Rebounder.  I like to shut the lights, plug in the white fairy-lights around the big window, and I'm transported to the outback.  No camels, but very interesting Nomad visualizations.  



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I remember finding a didgeridoo station on iTunes Radio: All didgeridoo, all the time.  
Maybe if you google it, you can get the name.


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Thanks, san j  



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Job is interesting but I must admit that I am worn out .
I leave at 6.45 and is back earliest at 16.45
I teach regular class  8 lessons Danish, 2 lessons History and 2 lessons with Social studies/ politics a week.
I've got 12 lessons where I am support to other teachers , help students who have fallen behind.
The rest 18 hrs a week is preparation, tests, meetings etc.
I must admit I miss time to daydream, garden, walk dog, cook, etc. So I am considering if I should look for a job with more time at home   while Emma is leaving home this summer life will be  very different but at the same time I like being home  


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Sitting here in the dark with a glass of pinot listening to ambient music and watching the snow fall.... so peaceful. First decent snow in recent memory.

I like being home too, Henriette. I don't really relate to the whole "nomad" thing personally. It's nice to travel from home at times, but I prefer my home environment to remain the same... like a sanctuary of sorts. And I like spending time there too.

Victoria - we have a didg player that plays with us on occasion. Wonderful vibrations as well as sounds from that instrument! He has a sound chamber in his house that he "didg's" people in and the vibrations penetrate your whole being. Maybe you can find someone to play didgeridoo for you while you are rebounding... would be incredible!


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

- Nelson Henderson

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Quoted from Kristin
It's nice to travel from home at times, but I prefer my home environment to remain the same... like a sanctuary of sorts. And I like spending time there too.

I feel the same.  Although  for the first half of my life, I traveled freely and saw a lot of places, lots of adventures and met lots of people.  Maybe that's part of why I don't feel a need for it now.  I love my home sanctuary.

Victoria - we have a didg player that plays with us on occasion. Wonderful vibrations as well as sounds from that instrument! He has a sound chamber in his house that he "didg's" people in and the vibrations penetrate your whole being. Maybe you can find someone to play didgeridoo for you while you are rebounding... would be incredible!

I have received a didg sound treatment and it was more than amazing!!  That's great for you all to play with the accompaniment of that primal instrument.  I like world fusion instruments, such as didg with tamboura or sitar, for example.





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Lovely to heat from you Kristin  
I might only be 40 but sometime I just feel +70  
I like my little old house, drinking morning tea right now with the stove burning and the cat on my lap, dog on my feet. Listening to my favourite morning program on radio.
I have a late day today .. And I must admit I miss my  days at home..

I like travelling sometimes but coming home is so nice and safe.


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Kristin:
Where the heck have you been, girl?
So happy to see your beast and saddlebags and your lovely self by this here fire.
Are you gonna give us a blog and fill us in, or what?


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Thanks san j. Nope, no blog. I haven't blogged in years and I don't post much on the boards here anymore. But I'm still around...

Wishing everyone peace and good health and many blessings flowing your way!!  


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And nice to see you too, Henriette!   I always enjoy hearing about your life across the Big Water.  


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Reading, on the boards, about driveway-shoveling back east.
Here, spring is in the air. Around 60º at present.

Hey, what ever happened to Ellie? and Schluggel?
And: Remember betul ozman?

These were folks who could really handle a camel.  


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Here's the first camel's milk available in the US for internal consumption:

http://www.shop.cameldairy.com.....=23&categoryId=1

It is imported from Holland, it is powdered (plain or vanilla), and it is very, very, very expensive.
American camel's milk has been approved as a topical but not yet as a food ingredient.
So you can get American camel's milk lotion, soap, and "serum" from that online shop, too, as well as Camel's milk chocolates imported from Abu Dhabi.


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How interestong .


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My B likes me again; in fact he likes me so much he's telling me what his terrible particular fears are about having a wild night with me unless he feels we are right for marriage, and how scared he is of losing control of himself, and how even if I may be right about the BTD and his health, to please let him "be himself" and "do his thing". And he keeps peeking out of his man-cave and telling me how he wishes he could jot down all his ideas as a writer, and good I make him feel. And he keeps opening up whenever I ask him short, direct questions like "what is it you are afraid of"  or "what is it that you are upset about"

It pays to "B" loving with unconditional love around my B-

I'm ecstatic!


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How are the peppers and eggplants and other B-friendly treats coming up in gardens on at least two continents?

Don't lose the sweeping nomadic poetry, my B sweeties.
B is still a clan, genotypes notwithstanding...  


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Eggplants, especially the syrian variety, are doing well. Peppers are a mixed bag. The Chocolate Habanero has yielded 1(one) pepper, the Lemon Drop peppers and regular habanero are loaded up, sweet pimento, sweet Marconi, and sweet Gypsy produced and are producing well. Watermelons, cucumbers, and Tatume produced well but are now dead. Dragon's Tongue green beans did well but are gone now. Looking forward to planting kale soon.
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Well peppers and chilis are doing well
- I have a jalapeno called Nigels outdoor from Wales
-it is really good even in the danish mild and light summer
My sweet gypsies are just getting colour

My eggplants are just about ready ; this year I grow the huge rosa fat italian one and a stribed long peuple one- both are doing very well
But we do have a very good summer- not hot but very sunny and dry since May.

Actually most of our garden is amazing this year even with the lack of rain had to water a lot from our old well.)
I have outdoor melons   shouldn´t work in a danish summer- but this year it does,
I juts hope that they´ll mature and not be eaten by the slugs - another week or 2 and they should be ready.

Right now I am picking blueberries, blackberries and late raspberries every single morning for BF
and a fat fig now and then
I looooooove august and september fruits  



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