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post #161 of 667
candice, you rock!!


I think the people who made sponge bob do/did too much acid. I saw it once with my nephew. wow. it made my brain sore, but man the kid loved it.
post #162 of 667
PS I STILL have xylitol stuff for Jen and Beth. it's just sitting in my office so no big deal, but it sure ain't helping your dental health there.

Jill, I hope you get to do something enjoyable on your day off. I'm fortunately really busy this afternoon. I need the business! I also need to find time to drive to all the kid friendly coffee shops/play spaces. Who wants to make a date with me? My MIL is in town till next weds, so after that.
post #163 of 667
what might one do for a clogged duct?
post #164 of 667
Lechithin, change latch, ultrasound to breast.... apply heat to the area before nursing, drink lots of water... um thats it off the top of my head.
post #165 of 667
Wow, there was a friday the 13th last month and there is one again this month. weird weird weird!
post #166 of 667
I was born on friday the 13th. :
post #167 of 667
Ah, the true source of your awesomeness. Ryan and I were married on your bday, also a friday
post #168 of 667
Since Feb. has 28 days, (except leap year of course) exactly four week, the days of the month are always on the same days of the week in March as they were in Feb., except leap years.

Ok so Fred Meyer has Kitchen aid attachments on sale until the end of the month. They are $44 instead of $64 or $69 or something.

So do you all use the food grinder attachment? I am not sure that I would use it that often making it worth the price. I have the shredder one already.. so tell me what you do with the grinder.
post #169 of 667
I just saw an ad on Facebook that said, "Women born in the 70s look 25!" I'm born in the 70s...is 25 really that far away from me?
post #170 of 667
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Originally Posted by papayapetunia View Post
I just saw an ad on Facebook that said, "Women born in the 70s look 25!" I'm born in the 70s...is 25 really that far away from me?
Well if you were born in 79 then you would only be 29 or 30 right now.. so 25 isn't all that far away.. Now those of us that were born in the early 70's... 25 feels a long way away.
post #171 of 667
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Originally Posted by chiromama View Post
I need the business! I also need to find time to drive to all the kid friendly coffee shops/play spaces. Who wants to make a date with me? My MIL is in town till next weds, so after that.
Me me me! I'm always looking for ways to get out of the house (without doing errands)

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Originally Posted by kaPOW! View Post
Wow, there was a friday the 13th last month and there is one again this month. weird weird weird!
3 out of 4 years, Feb and March have the same days on the same days...

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Originally Posted by papayapetunia View Post
I just saw an ad on Facebook that said, "Women born in the 70s look 25!" I'm born in the 70s...is 25 really that far away from me?
Those ads suck. "You're 31? Really? You don't look a day over 29!"
post #172 of 667
well god, the '70s sure does seem like a long time ago. ME? I was born in an Age of Disco? How could it be? so long ago... Bah.
post #173 of 667
Quote:
TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS IN THE CASCADE FOOTHILLS FROM SATURDAY
THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM 8 TO 16
INCHES.

A WINTER STORM WATCH MEANS THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT
SNOW...SLEET...OR ICE ACCUMULATIONS THAT MAY IMPACT TRAVEL.
CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS.
Seriously?
post #174 of 667
I really wish I didn't have to go to the neighbors and say, "Please tie your dog up, my daughter is afraid of it." every single time Bre wants to play outside and they have the dog out. Why can't they KEEP the dog tied up when it is outside?
post #175 of 667
Will someone look at this weeks "bins" for Organics to you and tell me if you think I am getting the fruit for the Value Bin and the Fruit Add on.

This is what I have:

5 banana's, 5 Comice Pear, 4 brown pears, 2 mangoes, 3 galla apples, 4 cameo's, 5 kiwi, 2 grapefruit, 4 of a orange type fruit called Sespecreek, 5 minneola, and 8 various small orange type things.

This is the add on.

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2 Honey Gold Grapefruits
4-5 Red Anjou Pears - *LOCAL*
2 lg. Cara Cara Navels
5 sm. Minneolas
4-5 Bananas
2-3 Cameo/Fuji Apples - *LOCAL*
Fruit listed for Value bin.
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6 Bosc Pears - *LOCAL, farm direct-"the last of them for the year"
4 Gala Apples - *LOCAL*
4 Cameo/Fuji Apples - *LOCAL*
4-5 Blood Oranges - 'Cali'
2 Honey Gold Grapefruit - 'Texan'-http://www.foodcoop.coop/index.php?page=honeygold_grapefruit
5 Bananas - 'Mexican'
4 Tangerines - 'Cali'
I realize that the contents may vary, but shouldn't the quantity be the same? I don't feel that it is. Someone else let me know what you think.
post #176 of 667
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Originally Posted by aniT View Post
Will someone look at this weeks "bins" for Organics to you and tell me if you think I am getting the fruit for the Value Bin and the Fruit Add on.

This is what I have:

5 banana's, 5 Comice Pear, 4 brown pears, 2 mangoes, 3 galla apples, 4 cameo's, 5 kiwi, 2 grapefruit, 4 of a orange type fruit called Sespecreek, 5 minneola, and 8 various small orange type things.

This is the add on.



Fruit listed for Value bin.


I realize that the contents may vary, but shouldn't the quantity be the same? I don't feel that it is. Someone else let me know what you think.
Hm, number wise you're more than the value bin but not quite at the value bin plus add on level. I'm thinking that the mangoes and kiwis are costing you some of your quantity. You guys sure eat a lot of fruit.
post #177 of 667
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Originally Posted by kaPOW! View Post
Hm, number wise you're more than the value bin but not quite at the value bin plus add on level. I'm thinking that the mangoes and kiwis are costing you some of your quantity. You guys sure eat a lot of fruit.
yep that will be gone in a week.
post #178 of 667
we probably eat 3 oranges a week.
post #179 of 667
We are making tamales! :

I miss good fresh tamales SO much - we make a batch 1-2 times per year. We should get close to 40 tamales out of this batch. Red Chile, pork and cheese - YUM! My favorite is green chile and chicken, but I am out of good fresh green chiles. Canned is just not the same.

2 years ago, we had a tamale making party - made like 6 dozen so everyone got to take some home with them. Gotta plan another party sometime soon.
post #180 of 667
These Sespecreek things are good! Oh btw Sara.. we only get a delivery ever 2 weeks.. that's not a weeks worth..although the bulk of it will be gone in a week.
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