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I love to make jewelry....especially earings and beaded jewelry :D What kinds do you make?

Cool! I'm just starting up again...used to make earrings years ago and just decided to make bracelets...

I have made almost 60 in 2 weeks. :ph34r: Need bead intervention quickly.... :ph34r:

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Good idea....I might have to splurge and get one for my birthday next month. My parents usually give me money. I'll be 40. :ph34r::o

Andrea, 40?? I never would have guessed. What is the special day?

I love the old fashioned ice cream makers but they are a lot of hastle. Everyone seems to swear by this Cuisinart model, Vincent, Patti, now Rachel. Sounds like it is very easy and quick to use- would be a good investment for sure.

Plus, you can control your ingredients going in.

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Ooooooh....you will have to meet Donna then....she's into jewelery too. In fact I think she's made so many bracelets this past week we're gonna need a special room just to store them all! I think she should just give one to all the R-Ville residents. :D Then we will only need half of a room to store them all. :rolleyes:

:ph34r: See my post above. :lol:

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:lol: yes, you should have done no such thing. That is where some of Rachelville vocabulary is born from, typos!

Don't worry it won't happen again....that is except when I write delicious. I always spell delisious first. It sounds kind of like Odysseus and that just won't work in my book. So unless it were to be added to the vocabulary, then I'll continue to correct that.

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Well it was kind of hard to forget about that one since I ended up typing revelation the Rachelville way first. I backspaced and retyped it, but then realized I should have done no such thing :rolleyes:

Noooooo, never retype, lol...that's how our vocabulary list grows. :lol:

I'll be 40. :ph34r::o

A mere babe...um, I mean youngster, youngin, small one...

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Cool! I'm just starting up again...used to make earrings years ago and just decided to make bracelets...

I have made almost 60 in 2 weeks. :ph34r: Need bead intervention quickly.... :ph34r:

Wow, I definitely don't make that much. I just make a little something every once in a while. :)

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I love the old fashioned ice cream makers but they are a lot of hastle. Everyone seems to swear by this Cuisinart model, Vincent, Patti, now Rachel. Sounds like it is very easy and quick to use- would be a good investment for sure.

Has to be quick to fulfull Rachel's ice cream frenzies, lol. :lol:

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Plus, you can control your ingredients going in.

That's the great thing! I have only found one frozen desert in the stores that I can eat--Sharon's sorbet (sweetened with sugar, not corn). By being able to use the Vance's, I can have something "creamy" once in a while.

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Don't worry it won't happen again....that is except when I write delicious. I always spell delisious first. It sounds kind of like Odysseus and that just won't work in my book. So unless it were to be added to the vocabulary, then I'll continue to correct that.

In honor of Morgan, I say we add "delisious" to the vocab list, as in everything here in Rachelville is soooo delisious because of the clean air, auxigro-free soil and produce, hormone free cows, and our pest control glittery purple bats.

.....the ice cream is so delisious, the chocolate is so delisious, the bumble bars are so delisious, the corn tortillas are so delisious.....

dare I say even the Ener-G bread is delisious??

No, that one is probably going too far :lol:

Hi Patti! :)

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Andrea, 40?? I never would have guessed. What is the special day?

Everyone seems to swear by this Cuisinart model, Vincent, Patti, now Rachel. Sounds like it is very easy and quick to use- would be a good investment for sure.

Plus, you can control your ingredients going in.

Mitch just called, so I updated him. He said as long as we don't pull a Rachel and eat 40 cups...since it'll be my 40th b-day (the 15th of Sept).

The pastuerization of the milk products is what we don't like but we aren't comfortable with the raw milk either. We could make cashew ice cream too.

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Wow, I definitely don't make that much. I just make a little something every once in a while. :)

Clearly I have the "Rachel" thing going on, even in hobbies.... :lol:

Stop me folks, I'm on a roll today. :lol: HR person is gone, I bought more beads, no chocolate in a week and no diet coke in two days! :lol:

Wow, I definitely don't make that much. I just make a little something every once in a while. :)

Did I mention I just STARTED two weeks ago. :lol:

In honor of Morgan, I say we add "delisious" to the vocab list, as in everything here in Rachelville is soooo delisious because of the clean air, auxigro-free soil and produce, hormone free cows, and our pest control glittery purple bats.

.....the ice cream is so delisious, the chocolate is so delisious, the bumble bars are so delisious, the corn tortillas are so delisious.....

dare I say even the Ener-G bread is delisious??

No, that one is probably going too far :lol:

Hi Patti! :)

Yes, I like delisious...bumble bars are so delisious! :lol:

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In honor of Morgan, I say we add "delisious" to the vocab list, as in everything here in Rachelville is soooo delisious because of the clean air, auxigro-free soil and produce, hormone free cows, and our pest control glittery purple bats.

.....the ice cream is so delisious, the chocolate is so delisious, the bumble bars are so delisious, the corn tortillas are so delisious.....

dare I say even the Ener-G bread is delisious??

No, that one is probably going too far :lol:

Hi Patti! :)

Definately going too far. :lol::lol:

Rachelville Vocabulary Update:

1. Relevation (sorta like revelation)

2. Spinach/Spinached/Spinaching

3. Good Googly Moogly (another spin on OMG)

4. Scientificness (science lessons)

5. Wordage

6. Pulled a Dave/”Dave” (rule breaking)

7. Cruel age (too cruel)

8. Presidentness (our lovely Prez has spoken)

9. Pulled a Rachel/”Rachel” (overindulgence in a food item, ie. Ice creamage)

10. Delisious

Clearly I have the "Rachel" thing going on, even in hobbies.... :lol:

Stop me folks, I'm on a roll today. :lol: HR person is gone, I bought more beads, no chocolate in a week and no diet coke in two days! :lol:

Yes, I'd say you do.

No HR person........time to throw a party! :D

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Maybe our bats will be even more unique than they already are and eat something else. Maybe minnows from the ocean since they like the water so much that they are even glittery from it.

:lol::lol::lol: The dog and the armadillo story is funny!!!

I love to make jewelry....especially earings and beaded jewelry :D What kinds do you make?

heehe...our dog was about the same size as the armadillo [obviously!]....he just loved hunting them!

I make mostly angel pins....and sell them in the theatres here. I began my jewelry making business after having to retire on disability from teaching 12 yrs ago. I began with beaded necklaces and it evolved into a little bit of EVERYTHING. Now, to keep things simple, I only make the pins. I make beaded things when I have time.

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Has to be quick to fulfull Rachel's ice cream frenzies, lol. :lol:

:D:lol:

In honor of Morgan, I say we add "delisious" to the vocab list, as in everything here in Rachelville is soooo delisious because of the clean air, auxigro-free soil and produce, hormone free cows, and our pest control glittery purple bats.

.....the ice cream is so delisious, the chocolate is so delisious, the bumble bars are so delisious, the corn tortillas are so delisious.....

dare I say even the Ener-G bread is delisious??

No, that one is probably going too far :lol:

Hi Patti! :)

I think that would be going a little too far....unless it was used to add texture to certain meals like breakfast casseroles. Then it's delisious :P

Clearly I have the "Rachel" thing going on, even in hobbies.... :lol:

Stop me folks, I'm on a roll today. :lol: HR person is gone, I bought more beads, no chocolate in a week and no diet coke in two days! :lol:

Did I mention I just STARTED two weeks ago. :lol:

Yes, I like delisious...bumble bars are so delisious! :lol:

You are definitely, no doubt about it, on a role. I'm thinking about walking down the street and taking a peek in the bead store that I heard about. :) Although, I'm in Ohio and my jewelry stuff is in Indiana, so I won't be able to make anything out of it for a while :(<_<

Definately going too far. :lol::lol:

Rachelville Vocabulary Update:

1. Relevation (sorta like revelation)

2. Spinach/Spinached/Spinaching

3. Good Googly Moogly (another spin on OMG)

4. Scientificness (science lessons)

5. Wordage

6. Pulled a Dave/”Dave” (rule breaking)

7. Cruel age (too cruel)

8. Presidentness (our lovely Prez has spoken)

9. Pulled a Rachel/”Rachel” (overindulgence in a food item, ie. Ice creamage)

10. Delisious

I feel special. Thanks a lot. Now I can completely quit backspacing and retyping :D

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heehe...our dog was about the same size as the armadillo [obviously!]....he just loved hunting them!

I make mostly angel pins....and sell them in the theatres here. I began my jewelry making business after having to retire on disability from teaching 12 yrs ago. I began with beaded necklaces and it evolved into a little bit of EVERYTHING. Now, to keep things simple, I only make the pins. I make beaded things when I have time.

Cool, we can have a little jewelry shop, so that we don't ALWAYS have to go over the hill to the glutenized mall for our shopping fix!

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You are definitely, no doubt about it, on a role. I'm thinking about walking down the street and taking a peek in the bead store that I heard about. :) Although, I'm in Ohio and my jewelry stuff is in Indiana, so I won't be able to make anything out of it for a while :(<_<

Be careful...that's how I got sucked in, lol...just went to check out a bead store and came out with all kinds of stuff including some of the strechy nylon "wire" that only requires a knot to close...that's how I made nearly 60...only requires beads and the "wire". :lol:

I'm going to take a beading class in a couple of weeks to learn how to do the fancy clasps....crimp beads and all. Don't think that will slow me down much though... :ph34r:

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Been refraining from posting the whole town list....but some changes....so here it is.

Rachelville Rich farmland by the ocean, with mountains at our back to provide fresh spring water. (this is going to be a very pretty place!)

Population (not sure haven't counted)

Rachel: President; Building and Landscape Advisor; Shopping consultant; Ice cream maker

Patti: Vice President and Teacher assistant; Decor Advisor

Julie: Governor; Village ambassador and queen

Miamia: Lt. Governor 1; Chef

Chelsea: Lt. Governor 2; Chef; Stand up Comic; Florist

Andrea: Mayor; Teacher; Assistant Treasurer; Mother Hen; Circle R Horse Farm Owner; Banker

Donna: Secretary; Security; Shopping Consultant; Pest patrol and dingo-dog flea controller (if needed)….it’s Rachelville after all; Everything Jewelry and Beads store co-owner

Cecile: Newscaster; Town Comic

Susan: Secretary; Garden Color Coordinator; Town Comic; Trail guide/hiker/climber assistant; Dingo Wrangler; Everything Jewelry and Beads store co-owner

Robbin: Book store attendant; Assistant Decor Advisor; Trail guide/hiker/climber

Rinne: Chef; Community Events Coordinator; Book store attendant; Juice bar operator

Meredith: Village adventurer/researcher, who travels to distant lands to bring back news and information

Cissi: Minister of Defense in charge of auxigro detecting geese and dingo-ish dogs; Town Raconteur; Literary reader around campfire or fireplace for the citizens of Rachelville; History teacher Distinguished Chair of Celiac Literary and Historical Oddities dept.; Town matriarch

Vincent: Town hero; Rule breaker

Ryan: Handy-man, general fixer upper; Language teacher

Picard: Coach (for community sports); Town Recreation Director; Diver; Town Attorney

Tavi: Town bum, with the off time duty of raking leaves off paths in the fall; Cornshucker; Minister of tumbleweeds on outskirts of village

Lisa: Senator

Judy: Landscape helper; Bookstore helper; Librarian

Evie: Cow and goat milkers; Bookstore helper; Librarian

Armetta: Helper with Evie for cows and goats; Bookstore helper; Librarian

Alison: Music teacher

Tony (Cecile‘s hubby): captain for any water craft, so he can take Picard out for diving.

Mitch (Andrea‘s hubby): truck driver, so he can haul whatever we need. Rachelville Paradise golf course driver. (also can be used by golfers when a driver is needed. Putt Putt.) Rachelville Paradise SSTEE (Seaboard, Steamtrain Excursion Engineer) (Providing service to all points NESW to the greater R’ville community…..All Aboard!); Circle R Horse Farm Co-Owner

Nikki: Cosmotologist, hair dresser

Lynne: Physical Therapist; Assistant Cornshucker; Sit Down Comic; Florist; Bard

Jeny: Animal caretaker/veterinarian

Liz: PE Teacher

Beverly: English teacher; Trail guide/hiker/climber lead

Karen: Counselor

Carla: Social Director

Adam (Carla‘s hubby): Town comic

Dave (Lynne‘s hubby): Ship designer and defender of the downtrodden

Jim: Maker of boxes for precious collectibles

Dave (The): Town Idiot with the side job of keeping the tumbleweeds at bay; Rule Breaker; Construction Worker; Firefighter

Morgan: Newswriter for the Newscaster; Hairstylist; Dance Instructor

Tiffany: Pharmacist; food tester for the chefs

Leah: Illustrator; Calligrapher

Molly: Soccer coach

Susan W: Treasurer; Food Quality Control; Go Cart track owner/supervisor (With mini golf on the side)

Gayle: Teacher; Co Juice Bar Operator; Everything Jewelry and Beads store co-owner

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Oh, okay, our bats shall have their fill...I'll take care of the rest, lol. :lol: I'll try to be patient whilst the bats do their thing. :lol:

If it makes you feel any better, we hardly have any mosquitos in Austin, we have the largest urban bat colony in North America living under a downtown bridge! That's 1.5 million bats eating 3,000 mosquitoes a night...

Makes your job easy :P

Especially since the purple glittery bats need extra mosquitos to be sparkly ;)

I'm totally spinached and pulling a Rachel all this week...

That's right kids, last week of the gluten challenge, biopsy is MONDAY!!! :D:o:ph34r:

You know what that means? Severe gluten overload to do as much damage in as little time as possible while eating things I want that I'll never be able to eat again!

I had a bagel for breakfast, pop tarts for a snack, and for lunch...4 slices of bread, a breadstick, french onion soup with crutons, and now I'm eating tiramisu! :ph34r:

My policy this week is to have gluten in hand at every moment!!! Gotta have an accurate biopsy!!! :blink:

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Chelsea,

Your poor tummy not to mention other parts. That makes my tummy hurt just reading it and I don't even have bad reactions to gluten. :ph34r::o

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Be careful...that's how I got sucked in, lol...just went to check out a bead store and came out with all kinds of stuff including some of the strechy nylon "wire" that only requires a knot to close...that's how I made nearly 60...only requires beads and the "wire". :lol:

I'm going to take a beading class in a couple of weeks to learn how to do the fancy clasps....crimp beads and all. Don't think that will slow me down much though... :ph34r:

I can definitely see how that happened....I went in there and it's sooooooo cool :rolleyes: I wanted to buy just about every bead in there and the expensive (at least in my book) sterling silver chains. I was sucked in. However, I didn't buy anything bc I need to be sure I don't have a certain bead first. But after that......who knows :P

If it makes you feel any better, we hardly have any mosquitos in Austin, we have the largest urban bat colony in North America living under a downtown bridge! That's 1.5 million bats eating 3,000 mosquitoes a night...

Makes your job easy :P

Especially since the purple glittery bats need extra mosquitos to be sparkly ;)

I'm totally spinached and pulling a Rachel all this week...

That's right kids, last week of the gluten challenge, biopsy is MONDAY!!! :D:o:ph34r:

You know what that means? Severe gluten overload to do as much damage in as little time as possible while eating things I want that I'll never be able to eat again!

I had a bagel for breakfast, pop tarts for a snack, and for lunch...4 slices of bread, a breadstick, french onion soup with crutons, and now I'm eating tiramisu! :ph34r:

My policy this week is to have gluten in hand at every moment!!! Gotta have an accurate biopsy!!! :blink:

I'd say that I hope you feel well, but if you're celiac then it's obvious that you don't :( I hope all turns out correct though.

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My policy this week is to have gluten in hand at every moment!!!

Oh sheeet! :lol::lol:

The thought of you having gluten in hand at every moment cracks me up, like that commercial for fiber supplements- where all throughout the day the women are eating apples, broccoli, carrots, from the minute they open their eyes in the morning until the minute they close their eyes at night because they gotta get their fiber in. Carrots are on the bedside tables, broccoli at the gym on the treadmill, apples driving the kids to work.....

That will be you Chelse, except with gluten filled foods. Gotta get that gluten in!

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Been refraining from posting the whole town list....but some changes....so here it is.

:lol: Love the new changes.

If it makes you feel any better, we hardly have any mosquitos in Austin, we have the largest urban bat colony in North America living under a downtown bridge! That's 1.5 million bats eating 3,000 mosquitoes a night...

Makes your job easy

Cool! Since I'm in the running for alternate town bumb, easy is good. :P

I'm totally spinached and pulling a Rachel all this week...

:lol::lol:

That's right kids, last week of the gluten challenge, biopsy is MONDAY!!! :D:o:ph34r:

You know what that means? Severe gluten overload to do as much damage in as little time as possible while eating things I want that I'll never be able to eat again!

I had a bagel for breakfast, pop tarts for a snack, and for lunch...4 slices of bread, a breadstick, french onion soup with crutons, and now I'm eating tiramisu! :ph34r:

My policy this week is to have gluten in hand at every moment!!! Gotta have an accurate biopsy!!! :blink:

Egads! You're almost done!!!!

I can definitely see how that happened....I went in there and it's sooooooo cool :rolleyes: I wanted to buy just about every bead in there and the expensive (at least in my book) sterling silver chains. I was sucked in. However, I didn't buy anything bc I need to be sure I don't have a certain bead first. But after that......who knows :P

Remarkable restraint...perhaps you can teach classes in RESTRAINT. :lol:

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Remarkable restraint...perhaps you can teach classes in RESTRAINT. :lol:

lol....no I don't think I'm capable of that. Restraining is not the easiest thing fo me to do :P

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