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#1441 Celiac Mindwarp

 
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Posted 04 May 2013 - 07:35 AM

Woohooo Mr Mindwarp is firering up the bbq as we speak, so meat meat and more meat. Mmm

Been paddling in the sea this week, and life looks good :)
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- Elimination diet using Atkins, 2003 – excluded wheat, caffeine, quorn. 2005, excluded sesame, alcohol
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#1442 Loey

 
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Posted 04 May 2013 - 09:52 AM

Awesome graphics Vienna!  Like that the women don't have boobs big enough to shade a village.

 

Turks survived their first night outside after much wailing last night.  They had to appreciate being able to wander around this morning when they got up.  I let everyone out in the yard and came inside to make some warm high-protein mash for the tirkeys.  When I came out they were perched on the deck furniture waiting.  A few more days and hopefully they'll be too big to fit through the fence.

 

I have five freedom rangers (meat chickens) in my livingroom now.  Fortunately we're having a spate of exceptionally warm weather so I'll put them outside in a pen as soon as the sun comes out.  They're a week old and need it to be quite a bit warmer.

 

 

Yeah Turks!!!!!

 

Thanks! I have a new version of that same pick with much better lighting, but now you can see how horrible the floor texture is so still working on it. I might just leave the bad lighting LOL

 

Both look new covers look awesome! I can't believe you just started using this program.

 

Woohooo Mr Mindwarp is firering up the bbq as we speak, so meat meat and more meat. Mmm

Been paddling in the sea this week, and life looks good :)

 

So glad life looks good. Enjoy the BBQ!


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Posted 04 May 2013 - 09:55 AM

DH busy dealing with yard-work. He received the contract and start date (May 20th). :) He'll be on call several days a week and one weekend a month.They pay you a few bucks an hour to be on call. Also looks like there's overtime. We're ordering gluten-free Pizza tonight. I'm going to see the third man in my life tomorrow - Ironman. I would watch Robert Downey Jr reading a phone book. Superman and DS are fine with my crush. DS bought me an Ironman figurine for my birthday when the first Ironman movie came out. I guess I can agree life is good here, too. Getting use to my "issue." I don't seem to have a choice.

May life be good for all of you!

Love & Hugs to you all,  :wub:  :wub: 
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P.S. it's Sunday and no Ironman for me today. I seem to have come full circle and have another UTI (in addition to other issue). Life is still good, I have much to be grateful for (like all of you psillies). 

:D  :D 


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Posted 05 May 2013 - 07:14 AM

Things sound good for you, Loweeee.....YAY!   Except for that UTI.....now they are yucky....I have always found baking soda, ingested in several cups of water over a couple of hours, has stopped UTIs in their tracks....have you ever tried this? I'm sure with your history that you have.....


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Posted 05 May 2013 - 07:29 AM

Things sound good for you, Loweeee.....YAY!   Except for that UTI.....now they are yucky....I have always found baking soda, ingested in several cups of water over a couple of hours, has stopped UTIs in their tracks....have you ever tried this? I'm sure with your history that you have.....

Really?  Couldn't yopu substitute something made with baking soda, like muffins?


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Posted 05 May 2013 - 08:08 AM

Things sound good for you, Loweeee.....YAY!   Except for that UTI.....now they are yucky....I have always found baking soda, ingested in several cups of water over a couple of hours, has stopped UTIs in their tracks....have you ever tried this? I'm sure with your history that you have.....

 

I've actually never tried that. The only baking soda I have is in the refrigerator, warding off smells. I'll have to buy a fresh box.

 

Really?  Couldn't yopu substitute something made with baking soda, like muffins?

 

I'd love it in muffins!


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Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:08 AM

Ha! No, unfortunately, the baking soda's gotta be straight up, stirred into a glass of water. I put about a tbsp. in a big glass, and drink about three glasses in a couple of hours. it's all to do with making your inner workings more alkaline...there is a lot to read about it online.... 


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Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:48 AM

Ha! No, unfortunately, the baking soda's gotta be straight up, stirred into a glass of water. I put about a tbsp. in a big glass, and drink about three glasses in a couple of hours. it's all to do with making your inner workings more alkaline...there is a lot to read about it online.... 

That also works to help resolve acid reflux or so i've heard.


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Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:54 AM

Really?  Couldn't yopu substitute something made with baking soda, like muffins?


I am just going to assume this works and take some preventive medicine ;)
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Posted 05 May 2013 - 11:23 AM

So I redid the image. All I changed was the ground texture, the skin on the girl, and complete redo of the lighting. Better?

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Oh I moved them forward a bit because her face was getting lost in the shadow from the arch.
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Posted 05 May 2013 - 03:04 PM

More great weather, and the first barbecue of the season is grilling as I type. Corn on the cob and hamburgers with Udi's gluten-free buns.  :)


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Posted 07 May 2013 - 04:57 PM

My 5 week old poults were going at it hard.  I tried separating them, tried detention, nothing would deter them so I resolved to listen to the squeals and let them work it out.  But I hadn't figured on Mama.

 

One of the poults was raised by my silkie, so she listened to about 5 minutes of squealing and had had enough.  She marched her tiny little butt over there and gave those miscreants what for!

 

Dunno what she said, but we had peace for most of the afternoon.  Late in the day another row started and lasted about 45 seconds.  She charged the two like a little bull and they split up immediately yelling "We weren't doing anything!"

 

The other chickens, of course, just circled up chanting "Fight! Fight! Fight!"   Rotten girls.


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Posted 08 May 2013 - 03:38 PM

made me a new girl...

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 06:25 AM

Jess's bird children sound just like human children.  We let them try to work it out, but when we get tired of listening to the fighting, we have to separate them!

 

Victor/Vincent - I don't know much about anime/computer characters but I do think the women are supposed to have a lot less clothing and a lot bigger chest!  :o

 

Just watching Dr Travis on Rachael Ray.  He said we should be checking a guy's ring finger.  If the ring finger is longer than the pointer......he is considered "well endowed" (that was the scientific medical term he used).


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#1455 VydorScope

 
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Posted 09 May 2013 - 06:29 AM

Victor/Vincent - I don't know much about anime/computer characters but I do think the women are supposed to have a lot less clothing and a lot bigger chest!  :o


Would save me time/money not buying textures/etc for clothes LOL
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