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ewalton

Member Since 14 May 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 16 2008 10:26 AM
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In Topic: Looking For gluten-free Restaurants, Bakeries, And Stores That Have gluten-fr...

15 May 2008 - 05:33 PM

There's a Whole Foods in West Hartford that has a good variety of gluten-free items, so that might be nice to pick up some snacks.

Also, I just discovered this store: http://www.naturesgr....com/index.html

but I haven't been there yet! I'm going to go this weekend, I'll try to remember to post and let you know how it is.

-Em

In Topic: Here Is What I Like So Far From Trader Joe's!

29 March 2008 - 05:54 PM

Gluten-free peanut butter cookies, and the lime popsicles. Mmmmmmmmm. The brown rice pasta is great, very much like Tinkyada.

They also usually have good tea, and I love their juices.

-Emily

In Topic: Oxford Spa - Cambridge, Ma - Harvard Square

29 March 2008 - 05:51 PM

I haven't been in about a year, but I found that I had to ask them to change gloves etc. to prevent cross contamination, depending on who was making my sandwich. They said, "oh, you're *that* sensitive, even just a crumb?".

So while the sandwiches are great, I have to suggest being very careful in how you order. Maybe they've changed in the last year and it's not a problem anymore.

-Emily

In Topic: Everyday Minerals - Great gluten-free Mineral Make-up!

15 February 2008 - 07:04 AM

Joni, forgot to mention this earlier, you bring up a very good point.

How did EM stand up to the water whilst swimming??

We must know the answer to this and enter the data on Donna's spreadsheet.


Well...honestly, it didn't. This was about half an hour of lap swimming, though, so maybe for a more casual splash it might hold up better? But there was definitely nothing left afterwards.

-Em

In Topic: Everyday Minerals - Great gluten-free Mineral Make-up!

14 February 2008 - 10:09 AM

What kind of bonus do u get it if u get up and put on makeup before you exercise at home at 5 am lmao. No i dont do that, but if i get bonus points i might start lol

paula



...how about for putting on makeup before going swimming? Not that I've done that....hehe.

Mango:
I ordered medium, medium beige, and mulit tasking neutral. These were recommended to me by them, but I think they may be too dark for me: I am pretty light. They asked me to send them a photo, and that is what they came up with.
I ordered a few lighter shades too just in case.....
I also sampled the apple and email me blush, the mint concealor, and sunlight too.
AMY


The MTN is pretty versatile. I'm pretty pale as well- Sandy Fair or Olive fair might be my best shade- but MTN works on me too. I've been surprised at what a range of foundation colors look OK. The hard part is figuring out which one looks best!

The Apple blush is really pretty but pretty pigmented- a light hand is definitely a plus! The first time I tried it I looked like a clown, no fun :(

-Em