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Member Since 15 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Mar 05 2014 08:22 PM

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In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

16 May 2012 - 09:46 PM

Had ginger lime grilled chicken and fried potatoes. Homemade cupcake and Prosecco. Yummy!!!!

In Topic: My Mango Dilemma

15 May 2012 - 08:56 PM

I like the mango salsa/ mango margaritas idea. That sounds like a party ;)

In Topic: Oats. Don't Think It's Good News.

15 May 2012 - 08:32 PM

I just had to give up oats too. I may try again in a few months but it wasn't such a hugh deal for me. I hate oatmeal (as in breakfast) and don't eat a lot of sweets. But scratching anything off the safe list feels like a loss. Sorry you are having trouble.

In Topic: Tips On Eating Gluten Free On A Low Budgetand Somewhat Low Preperation Time?

15 May 2012 - 08:25 PM

Whole foods are cheaper and farmers markets for produce, you can get it cheaper most of the time that way. Even frozen chicken breast that doesn't have breading is cheaper most of the time. Naturally gluten free food is cheaper than trying the replacement gluten free stuff. Another way to save is buy gluten free items that you like on sites like amazon. Then it comes to you and usually at way lower prices.

In Topic: Deeply Frustrating LGBT Issue

15 May 2012 - 08:14 PM

My friend at work who is lesbian always got in trouble with her wife for going to lunch together because I was a bad influence, she would occasionally get a BLT. I am a definite MEAT eater. My first statement as a kid was "more meat". It definitely seems like that is a trend in the lgbt community to be vegan/vegetarian. But I digress. I agree with the above posts. Work on you, enjoy hobbies, you mentioned art, take an art class or work on your art. Enjoy wearing the clothes you like, eat what you like, do what makes you happy. Find YOURSELF, not what you think someone wants you to be. Once you like and love yourself, you will give off the confidence that attracts that right person. When you know who you are and love it, then someone else can love you too, even if that is a curvy celiac meat eating girl. Think of it this way, a salesman who truly believes in his/her product will be the high producer, same with dating. You will find someone sweetie, I really believe there is someone for everyone but I also truly believe that you have to love yourself before you ask someone to love you. Hugs though, I know its hard

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