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Amazone I.
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Hmmm, just found out I am a nonnie. Somehow I knew it even before I took the test, not sure how but I just knew it

I read all the posts in the nonnie clubhouse hoping for tangible & quantifyable encouragement. Somehow I do not find myself excited I guess "it is what it is" & perhaps in time I will understand.

Now that I know I am a nonnie I will read the LR4YT book I just received. I'm am trusting it will become a beacon in my journey




If you keep doing what you've always done, and you keep getting what you've aways got, perhaps it's time for a change...
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Well I will tell you what I feel being a nonnie is for me personally....Strangely, I almost never get sick..everyone around me may be hacking, horking and sneezing and I seem to never get it!! hmmmmmmm...... I look much younger then my "40" my birth certificate tells me I am. I have no lines or wrinkles so maybe the aging gracefully has something to do with that!! My 96 year old Grandfather was an AB+ bloodtype and I can only hope he was a nonnie too!!





Mom to 4 B's...living with extreme food allergies to wheat, all dairy, eggs and pineapple !! ( Me, not the kids..)
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Thanks Isa

Tell me more about this orthomolecular stuff and power tube?  I'm fascinated!

Andy  


So what is this power tube about..?




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The only white coats I am comfortable seeing these days are of the natural variety.


Should we call them "unbleached" coats?


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Hmmm, just found out I am a nonnie. Somehow I knew it even before I took the test, not sure how but I just knew it

I read all the posts in the nonnie clubhouse hoping for tangible & quantifyable encouragement. Somehow I do not find myself excited I guess "it is what it is" & perhaps in time I will understand.

Now that I know I am a nonnie I will read the LR4YT book I just received. I'm am trusting it will become a beacon in my journey


Knowledge is power, dear friend!  We may not like everything we learn, but armed with truth, we can make informed choices, rather than being at the mercy of random events.  I think, and hope, that you will be at peace with the body you have and enjoy the freedom that knowledge brings you!  



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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Victoria~ those warm and kind wishes are much appreciated I just read that red wine is a bene. I'm ok now - whoo hoo  




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Victoria~ those warm and kind wishes are much appreciated I just read that red wine is a bene. I'm ok now - whoo hoo  


Well, congratulations are in order for that little bonus!  



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The diet works so much better for me since I found out I was a nonnie.  
I embace my nonnieness  


"Anxiety is the gap between now and then"

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The diet works so much better for me since I found out I was a nonnie.  
I embace my nonnieness  


Isn't it amazing how the body "wakes up" when we click the right eating plan into the puzzle?  I am impressed again and again by peoples' reports!



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
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Victoria~ those warm and kind wishes are much appreciated I just read that red wine is a bene. I'm ok now - whoo hoo  

I agree, that was about the only good thing that came out of finding out I was a nonnie.  It is a beneficial for good reason, too.  It is a blood thinner and when I drink it (in very small quantities, and with food, for my liver's sake) it helps my blood circulate better in my brain and gets rid of those 'not enough oxygen getting up here' headaches.
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about the Power Tube.. haaa go and read it in the PT thread ...
an amazing *gadget*tool and one of my favest workingtools right now for and with all of my clients... .......all about *energy medicine* and others

btw.... lr4yt is really one of the best books  and became nearly  my *private bible*    ...


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