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About eeyore

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    I like to read a lot...some of my favorite books are the Bible, The Count of Monte Cristo, Jane Eyre, Moby Dick (full-length version), Pride and Prejudice, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and The Great Divorce.

    I also like to write...poems and stories (fantasy fiction) that have something to tell the world about what I believe -I AM A CHRISTIAN AND NOT ASHAMED!

    I like to listen to a lot of different artists, such as Third Day, Michael Card, dc Talk, Petra, Matthew West, Matt Redman, Michael W. Smith, Steve Green, Bruce Carroll, Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, SONICFLOOd, and several other artists.
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I'm a Christian -not part of any denomination. I work as a homeschooler and a trainee to be a homemaker. I like to cook, bake, garden, sew, babysit my seven younger siblings (and I have three older ones) and do the dishes :) ...my favorite school subject is biology, and my favorite book is the Bible. As miscellaneous, I like to write, read, write, draw, write, play the flute, write, and listen to Christian contemporary music.






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    Life's Going On...

    I haven't been on here in a while. Since that time ... ...I'm in my last half of highschool. I'm a junior. It takes up some time. ...Pooky is now 9 months and defying all rules of Down Syndrome. But then, our family's just generally contradictory. ...there have been many birthdays, and almost all of us can claim to be yet another year older. Yes, I'm one of them. Yesterday I celebrated my technically-15-but-still-feels-like-I'm-14-th birthday. My third gluten-free one. And the third one in which I get a cake pretty much to myself. I cut it up and freeze it, and it lasts me well into the ne
  2. I'm 14 -I was diagnosed almost 2 years ago...
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    When animals eat grain, their body digests the gluten (breaks it down -that's what our bodies have trouble doing) and then uses it. The gluten does not end up in the muscle or milk or eggs of animals. Although grass-fed animals are better for you in terms of your overall health, grain-fed animals are safe to eat. Hope that helps!
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    The day before Valentine's Day, we were having potatoes, asparagus, salad, and fish. I skipped the potatoes and had the rest. Turns out the fish had butter on it. I was never terrible allergic/sensitive to dairy. It was a tiny thing resulting from gluten intolerance that had gone unnoticed. So I went back on. And it doesn't seem to be bothering me, eight days from then. So I will happily slip back onto some chocolates, cocoa, butter, sour cream, cream cheese, and other things I might have missed by going off dairy. (I was never a big cheese fan, however, so that didn't really affect me.)
  5. ...two things occurred. One was that I went to a concert and was away from home from noon until 0030 -or, as some people prefer to call it, midnight thirty. It was a Winter Jam, the second concert of the tour. Artists like Newsong, Newsboys, and Third Day (which in my opinion was the best of all), along with many others, were playing from 6 o'clock until past 10:20, when our group decided to skip the rush and leave early. The other things was ...while I was on my way to be picked up to go to the concert, we got "the call". We had a new brother, the eleventh baby. What we also learned
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    This is a test blog post to see if this is working.
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    Baby Brother

    We expected a baby to arrive around New Year's. With eight girls already far outnumbering the two boys in the family (not including parents), we were thinking it was going to be a baby girl. Exactly a week ago, my little brother popped out. The delivery was quick and easy, which Mom (and everyone else) was very thankful for ...but the little boy, who is now in possession of several nicknames, such as 'Bongo' and 'Pooky', had to be transferred to another hospital because he was having a great deal of difficulty breathing. That and there is a very good chance that he has Down Syndrome. Thankful
  8. Thank you for the Birthday wishes. May God bless you.

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    Merry Christmas!

    May everybody have a Merry Christmas -keep the 'Christ' in Christmas! As before and always be, Nestami.
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    Diet Cure?

    Lisa - I've been eliminating foods which seem to give me problems, which I believe is the best way to test for food intolerances. Another problem that's come up is nightshades, and going off those has made me feel much better, though not perfect. I've completed my trial run off sugar, and I believe going off that will also help a great deal. If the problems persist, even off a great deal of foods, blood tests is my next option for finding out what's wrong. Thank you for your consideration! As before and always be, Nestami.
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    Diet Cure?

    I've been gluten- and casein- free for over a year, soy-free for almost a year, and none of my symptoms have gone away. My joints still ache, I'm still tired all the time. Thankfully, I have an absolutely awesome mom and dad who keep trying to figure out what's wrong ...and I think we may have hit something this time. The Diet Cure by Julia Ross -filled with little questionnaires that direct you towards what chemical imbalance your body may have -has definitely helped me find out what's wrong (I think I have about five of the eight imbalances she listed, along with maybe a thyroid issue). Cur
  12. Thank you for the Birthday Wishes! Hope you have a wonderful, blessed day. =)

  13. Thanks for the birthday wishes!

  14. ...God, who sent His Son to save us from our sins, rescuing us from an eternity of torture in the Lake of Fire and instead allowing us to share His home in heaven! ...God's Word, to keep us in line with Him until Jesus returns! ...my parents, constantly guiding me and teaching me (not always in ways I like -at those times I should be more thankful for them) through any problems I may have. ...my brothers and sisters, with my almost-double-digit number of siblings. There's always something to do there, and usually things are done with a smile. ...to add to that, the sibling tha
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