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You and the erudite? Is that what you said? :lol::lol:

:lol: I did say erudite. one of my favorite words. Pronounced AIR-yoo-dite......means quite well-read and scholarly. ;) We really only need a little bit of that though, too much and men just become too difficult for us to manage (can you say, SUSAN'S DAD??? God rest his soul). :lol:

Andrea - - wow, Talitha DOES sound like a handful. Since I"m not a parent, I of course have nothing to say.....I don't know whether that is from metals or foods or...what. but I have faith that you'll figure it out. :) And certainly with the help of all the erudite ones on here.

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OMGosh...I'm wearing the most posh flip flops. :lol: remember the furry bathrobe I bought a few months ago...these are made out of the same plush stuffed animal type fur and are so very comfy...I'm in heavan right now! Plus the bright bubble gum pink looks oh so marvey with my lime green toes! :lol: Speaking of lime green toes...I made a point of asking my mother what she thought of them...her response... "Oh my" :lol: Denise at BioSET loved them. :P

We did the second half of the food additives today...still had a full glass. She was also amazed that she had to press the probe thingy on my palm very hard. So hard that I had a little hole there for a while. :( She asked if my energy was always that low and I said yes...so she did some cross checking for exhaustion...nothing came up so then she asked if I sleep well. Um NO. So she did some cross checking with insomnia and bingo stuff came up. I think I was treated for whatever it was that came up so hopefully I'll sleep good tonight.

My ART session was good too. The viral infection that was found last time is gone, but he still found bacterial and fungal problems. I asked if the bacteria could be the lyme and he said no...lyme wasn't included in that bacterial slide. Lyme was big time again and it is still affecting my thyroid.

Scatology warning...

Do you remember a few dozen pages back when the Expl D started...I thought it might be the essential fatty acid supplements. Well I mentioned that to him and he tested and sure enough, it was really bad. It was totally blocking my energy. I haven't taken that in 3 days now and I haven't had the Expl D either.

The scatology alert has now ended. :lol:

I am going to start taking the chlorella again, but will start with only half the amount I was taking before. It still shows up as important.

So far the only thing I've been taking for the lyme was Transfer Factor, so he checked a few more things and found a couple of herbals that would work for me. I'll be alternating those two...two weeks on one, then two weeks on another.

The digestive enzymes everyone wants me to take didn't test well either...he tested a couple that might work so I may give those a try in a few weeks.

Still have two more supplements to add from Dr. S's list, then have to find two more from that list. Took a new one off that list today...we'll see how that goes.

Carla - I actually like broccoli, so the carlaing really does apply. :P

I think most of us just plain suffer from lack of restraint.

Does seem to be a theme with us doesn't it. :P It's obvious I don't think about reactions whilst racheling...Bumble Bars, Lays potato chips...

Okay guys, I tend to be a perfectionist. Adam would say we lived in a model home prior to my being ill. So, as soon as I feel a bit better, off to clean I go! Our bedroom is the finished attic of our house ... probably 1200 sq. ft. ... it's not all one big room, it's like a master suite/hideaway ... I can't wait to get our disgusting bathroom redone, then it will be like a spa! Anyway, I dusted, vacuumed and mopped the whole thing today! Had to take a LOT of breaks ... but it's done (except for the bathroom).

I am a perfectionist with just about everything EXCEPT my house...darn thing can fall down around me and have dust up to my chin. :P:ph34r:

I'm so-o-o glad I don't have to deal with all that period-related stuff anymore!

You and me both!!! Best thing that ever happened to me. :P

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It seemed like something was wrong w/ the scatology talk so I looked it up in my Webster's.

It doesn't mention science.

Says "obsession w/ excrement".

Just an FYI

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It seemed like something was wrong w/ the scatology talk so I looked it up in my Webster's.

It doesn't mention science.

Says "obsession w/ excrement".

Just an FYI

:lol: :lol: :lol: !!!!! It applies here I think though... :ph34r::lol:

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It seemed like something was wrong w/ the scatology talk so I looked it up in my Webster's.

It doesn't mention science.

Says "obsession w/ excrement".

Just an FYI

check this out:

http://webster.com/dictionary/scatology

um, please see second definition. :huh:

But yes, we are a little obsessed! :lol: (rightly so, of course)...... but Murph, I am sure you are aware, any time "ology" is added to the end of a word, it means, the study of. I briefly researched the root word SCAT, but ran out of time.....will do later. ;) I am obsessed with words, dontcha know.

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OMGosh...I'm wearing the most posh flip flops. :lol: remember the furry bathrobe I bought a few months ago...these are made out of the same plush stuffed animal type fur and are so very comfy...I'm in heavan right now! Plus the bright bubble gum pink looks oh so marvey with my lime green toes! :lol: Speaking of lime green toes...I made a point of asking my mother what she thought of them...her response... "Oh my" :lol: Denise at BioSET loved them. :P

We did the second half of the food additives today...still had a full glass. She was also amazed that she had to press the probe thingy on my palm very hard. So hard that I had a little hole there for a while. :( She asked if my energy was always that low and I said yes...so she did some cross checking for exhaustion...nothing came up so then she asked if I sleep well. Um NO. So she did some cross checking with insomnia and bingo stuff came up. I think I was treated for whatever it was that came up so hopefully I'll sleep good tonight.

:lol: I do remember the furry bathrobe! Now you have slippers to match B)

Sounds like you had a really good session today--and found out the cause of the ED. I can't wait to hear if you get a better night's sleep tonight--please report on that tomorrow :lol: Wouldn't that be great!

My only regret on the Hys. is that I should have done it 15 years ago ;)

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My only regret on the Hys. is that I should have done it 15 years ago ;)

I'd been TRYING to have it done, but no doctor would listen to me...Susie's description of her insides today aptly described my whole life for a few years. :P

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I'd been TRYING to have it done, but no doctor would listen to me...Susie's description of her insides today aptly described my whole life for a few years. :P

:huh: How heinous! I would not be able to live with this forever....I know Patti suffered with it too.

Donna - sounds like a great appointment todya, let's hope you sleep better! And the green toes w/ fluffy pink slippers - - :rolleyes: sounds fantastically whimsical!

well, where has the day gone? It's now only a half an hour until Prairie Home Companion, must find a cool place to lie down and listen....now where it that shirtless man to fan me and provide my eats and serve mint juleps? :lol: Will have to settle for the mellifluous voice of Mr. Keillor. Switched my bed to the crisp, white summer linens and duvet. To be ruined by dingos, of course. :huh:

see y'all later! :)

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check this out:

http://webster.com/dictionary/scatology

um, please see second definition. :huh:

Hehe I was wondering whether I shoulda mentioned that my handy paperback dictionary was a couple decades old. It doesn't show a 2nd def.

But still I think the far more common usage is towards obsession rather than study.

Nevertheless I stand corrected. :)

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Hi Murph - -- words definitely do take on different meanings and intonation over the years. I shall have to go look at my HUGE webster's from 1960, and see what that says.

More etymology of scatology (and another interesting French Acadian word I'd never heard of, at the top of this article):

http://www.billcasselman.com/quebec_saying...d_and_fecal.htm

Head toward the bottom, in case you care about origin of scat - from the greek, evidently.

did I mention I am obsessed with words? :ph34r: Over eight years combined study of three foreign languages......and where did it get me? no one speaks French in Fresno. :lol:

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I just realized that if I was actually going to post to all the comments I wanted to I would be looking at parts 5, 6, 7...... :ph34r::lol:

I voluntarily dingo'd them all. :P:lol:

Everyone is too funny. :) It's great to see Rachelville flourishing.:wub:

My initial attempts at painting were thwarted by a bad can of paint, I will prevail though.

I ordered the most outrageous white leather couch and ottoman today. :ph34r: It will look perfect in the house we are about to sell. :lol:

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does anyone have an idea?

My stool reaches my rectum but then won't come out. I am doing a regular enyma. I know this can't be good. would senna or cascara be a good lax for right now. So desperate. Water enymas don't work. sorry :(

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I'd like to say I'm just short of 'obsessed w/ words', but I might be unequivocally obsessed. Unfortunately it leads to a lot of pet peeves about language - lately it's newspeople on tv saying "an historic". To me it sounds as wrong as saying "an history test", but I swear they say "an" ~5x more than "a".

Stupid to have this nonsense bother me, huh?

One fun site for wordsmiths is

www.word-detective.com

You'd probably enjoy it.

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Dear Mia,

I know the sugar is really bad for me. I am trying to cut it out. I did not rachel any cookies today! I racheled like a pound of Ore-Ida Fries! :lol: That is all I ate all day! I am good now. I need to reduce my sugar intake again before it is too late! I know the Candida likes it too much.

You sure have a busy week ahead! I have an appointment the 5th, but that is it. I do need to call Monday to make sure about the time, though. I am glad you get to have the Mayan massage! Let us know how all of the appointments go!

Dear Donna,

I love your use of scatology! :lol: That is so funny! I am also glad you found out what was causing the D. Those EFAs do not always set well with everyone. I do not tolerate oil of any kind.

I cannot believe you used to get up at 3:30am to exercise! I always worked out in the evenings. When I was a teenager, I used to be able to workout for two hours every night! Now, I am lucky to get off of the sofa some days without putting forth extreme effort! I miss being able to do more things.

Dear Patti,

Most of my symptoms are digestive as well. They are the most difficult to deal with. I often fear eating or doing anything because of it. Having low blood sugar on top of this is such a cruel joke! Then add the Candida in there, and it is worse! I do have body pain, though on top of a ton of other issues.

Dear Carla,

I was good and Carlaed the chocolate chips the other day! :) Instead of eating a bunch and not being careful, I treated myself to a little of them. I let myself have a Tablespoon or so. I did not eat any more than that. I was good. You would be proud! ;)

I must say that I feel worse at various time of the day. I have been a night owl for half of my life. However, I used to be a morning person as a child. As I got older, I preferred staying up late and waking up late. Now my body is so messed up, every couple of weeks my body changes its sleeping schedule. It is like I am on swing shift or something.

Your new house sounds like it is shaping up! I am glad you got so much done! I wish I could say the same for my school work! At least I know I am not the only one having trouble getting caught up. This Finance course is a royal pain! I feel like I am going crazy! So does everyone else in our class! I am also glad the sauna will be fixed soon. You mentioned that the panel in yours was messed up.

Dear Rachel,

The information on herxes sounds like what I have read as well. The bad bugs die, and they cause you to temporarily feel worse. That is very common. It happens with yeast, too. In fact, that is actually where I heard about it first.

We are relieved to hear you will not overdo the sauna! We do not want you sicker! That would certainly set you back. I am sure your doctor will be glad, too! Let us know when it gets there!

You were talking about hallucinating odors. I do that, too! I smell bananas for some reason all the time. That is so strange! I wonder what causes that? My mom wears perfume all of the time, maybe the exposure to that is what is causing it.

Dear Judy,

I cannot believe you went to the ratemypoo.com site! :lol::P I would never go there! I suppose it is that morbid curiousity. We all have it. Just with different things!

Dear Susie,

Hello Squats With Wolves! :lol: Hey, that could be your Native American name! I cannot believe you went to that ratemypoo.com site either! :lol: I am not going there! I have absolutely no desire to see a piece of poo molded into a peace sign! I am a hippie at heart, but I have my limits! :lol: When you were talking about having to go Number 2 in the snow, I started laughing thinking about Tird Cicles! :lol: You would have frozen tirds!

I know how you feel with the monthly blues. I hate those! I have had a period off and on for over two years now! I have no idea what is the trouble. I might have fibroids or something. Who knows?

Before I was on Depo-Provera, it was regular like clockwork, but the pain would be excruciating all the way from my uterus down into my rectum. That was the first three days of my period, and I would not be able to stand up straight. I also bled like a stuffed pig. I would go through a super plus tampon in an hour. I had cysts, and had to be put on Depo for them. It is the only thing that kept them away.

I was doing fine, until about 2 years ago. That is when all of this bleeding off and on began. No one has a clue why it started. Don't you just love how doctors have so many answers? What the heck did they go to school all these years for?

Dear Bev,

I am glad you got a good laugh! That was the point! I feel even if I had a bad day, if I can make humor of it, then it is better. Yep, a friend of mine from high school started the a**cracker thing. He got into some bad stuff, and I had to end our friendship. It was sad, because I found out last year that he died. :(

You how you were talking about the full moon and the Earth, and how it effects us? That is something witches know very well. The full moon is the high tide of psychic power. Also, there are biorhythmns. They are your own personal energy levels spiritually and physically.

Dear Murph,

Thank you for the dictionary information! It is always nice to learn more! We are a silly group! Our words do not always match definitions. We kind of have our own interpretation of things! Welcome to the thread!

Dear Andrea,

I am sorry to hear things have been so difficult between you and Talitha. Hopefully the situation will improve soon.

I was a strong-willed child as well. My father and I are more alike, so he knew how to handle me better. He knew all I wanted was respect.

However, there are limits. If I was wrong, my parents did punish me. I did not respond to punishments like other children. They had to take away things I enjoyed. I was not allowed to go play outside with my friends, or watch t.v. for a week if I was being too difficult.

It sounds to me that Talitha is very sensitive, like I am and was. I had some OCD tendencies when I was young, like I could not stand to have sticky hands. There were other things that bothered me and still do. Sounds are stronger than they are to others. Some of this could be sensory overload. I also have always had a bad temper. My father and grandfather are like that as well.

Sincerely,

Jin

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OMGosh...I'm wearing the most posh flip flops. :lol: remember the furry bathrobe I bought a few months ago...these are made out of the same plush stuffed animal type fur and are so very comfy...I'm in heavan right now! Plus the bright bubble gum pink looks oh so marvey with my lime green toes! :lol:

Sounds great.....and I do remember you talking about the bathrobe.

Sounds like a very productive bioset and ART session. I'll be waiting along with the others to hear tomorrow about how well you slept tonight.

:lol: :lol: :lol: !!!!! It applies here I think though... :ph34r::lol:

:lol::lol:

Switched my bed to the crisp, white summer linens and duvet. To be ruined by dingos, of course. :huh:

You need to teach those puppies how to do the laundry after they've messed everything up as well as to shampoo the carpets. :P

I ordered the most outrageous white leather couch and ottoman today. :ph34r: It will look perfect in the house we are about to sell. :lol:

:lol: Glad you checked in even if you didn't want to type out 5 or more pages of responses. :P

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Carla - I actually like broccoli, so the carlaing really does apply. :P

Not impressed. You totally have NOT convinced me. ;) I've never heard you talk of Racheling broccoli! :P Now, if you Carla'd Bumble Bars, that'd be impressive! Can you eat HALF a Bumble Bar?

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Not impressed. You totally have NOT convinced me. ;) I've never heard you talk of Racheling broccoli! :P Now, if you Carla'd Bumble Bars, that'd be impressive! Can you eat HALF a Bumble Bar?

:lol::lol:

I went out and got my chocolate chips AND coconut bliss....as well as snickerdoodle cookies for the children. That was it for treats. Also got some other food stuff (healthy) to get us through the week.

I can tell you right now that I won't be Carlaing my treats tonight. :lol::P

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I ordered the most outrageous white leather couch and ottoman today. :ph34r:

Sounds very practical! :lol:

I just had a new settee delivered today ... it's actually more like a small, down-filled sofa! So, when I am having a flare and can't handle all the activity downstairs, I don't have to lay in bed ... there's somewhere else comfortable to sit.

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I just had a new settee delivered today ... it's actually more like a small, down-filled sofa! So, when I am having a flare and can't handle all the activity downstairs, I don't have to lay in bed ... there's somewhere else comfortable to sit.

That sounds really nice. :D

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I'd like to say I'm just short of 'obsessed w/ words', but I might be unequivocally obsessed. Unfortunately it leads to a lot of pet peeves about language - lately it's newspeople on tv saying "an historic". To me it sounds as wrong as saying "an history test", but I swear they say "an" ~5x more than "a".

Stupid to have this nonsense bother me, huh?

It's proper to use either "a" or "an" before "historic". It's more traditional to use "an" but more common today to use "a". It's because the "h" used to be silent, now we pronounce it.

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Dear Mia,

I know the sugar is really bad for me. I am trying to cut it out. I did not rachel any cookies today! I racheled like a pound of Ore-Ida Fries! :lol: That is all I ate all day! I am good now. I need to reduce my sugar intake again before it is too late! I know the Candida likes it too much.

Candida likes the fries, too, but I guess you know you need to be eating better than fries all day. :unsure:

Good job showing restraint with the cookies!

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I'd like to say I'm just short of 'obsessed w/ words', but I might be unequivocally obsessed. Unfortunately it leads to a lot of pet peeves about language - lately it's newspeople on tv saying "an historic". To me it sounds as wrong as saying "an history test", but I swear they say "an" ~5x more than "a".

Stupid to have this nonsense bother me, huh?

Murph - from what I remember about "an" or "a" before the H (glottal sound in linguistics - - I am such a geek), that is really all about preference - but A historic is much more common. oh.....I am bugged by SO many spoken errors by newscasters, I can relate......number one being "the SierraS" - plural - when it is The Sierra.....argh! and we live right at the freakin base of it.....

thanks for the site - - you should not have told me - could spend hours there :lol: What part of the country are you in? "an historic" with the n pronounced is definitely more British.......we dont' hear it much in Central CA.

Dear Susie,

Hello Squats With Wolves! :lol: Hey, that could be your Native American name! I cannot believe you went to that ratemypoo.com site either! :lol: I am not going there! I have absolutely no desire to see a piece of poo molded into a peace sign! I am a hippie at heart, but I have my limits! :lol: When you were talking about having to go Number 2 in the snow, I started laughing thinking about Tird Cicles! :lol: You would have frozen tirds!

Hello you nutty girl! Yes, that is ONE of my native american names....the other one, given to me by friends at the winery where I worked, is Crazy White Girl Dancing. :ph34r: Now THAT one I can post a picture of.

:lol:

Rinne - - - nice to see you! White leather sofa - - fabulous (and yes, as Carla said, OH SO practical! :lol: ). Thanks for popping in, yes, we are like naughty children, you'll note that we haven't seen our president almost all day (I hope she's sleeping?) and so we are just being mostly goofy - - this happens, as you know, during the full moon..... :rolleyes:

Carla - -- I worked VERY hard at the semi-annual REstoration Harward outlet warehouse sale two years ago, tag-teamed it with a girlfriend, it was about a hundred degrees in the warehouse, I drove two hours to get there, was there for EIGHT HOURS......the line to purchase was three hours long......but I did get my down-stuffed linen couches - FABULOUS to lounge on, for a fraction of the cost........quite proud of self......you will love yours....

Andrea - glad you got some snacks! ;)

*******

Part deux - - -

OMG I am experimenting with these new FABULOUS watercolor pencils - - just did a wild sketch in less than five minutes of multi-colored tree trunks, in the Fauve style (fauve means WILD BEAST) of my favorite painters (think Raol Dufy, Andre Derain, Henri Matisse)- - - perhaps I"ll post it!

;)

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