Originally Posted by JayGee
And Plady, my DH has the same anti-New England chip. Darn....
Is it some midwestern thing? I don't get it.
Originally Posted by moonshine
Just have a quick second, but I have been meaning to ask, and her last post just makes my point: Plady, is there anywhere you haven't lived?? My goodness, seems like you have been everywhere!
I've never lived in the southeast US, the west coast (except for my first 18 months) and I've never lived in Texas or the plain states or the upper midwest. I have done lots of short stints in lots of places though. True enough. I like variety!
MsSprout - I'd wait a bit. I tried starting back to running at about 4 weeks and I think it did restart the lochia. Running will always be there but you only get so many babymoons! So I vote for taking it slow and being absolutely sure your healed and ready! And welcome!!! And congrats on your little one!
You've got to get that dh of yours out to the PNW before he does anything rash up in the boonies there. He'll love it, you'll love it and the kids will love it. A much better compromise don't you think? And I'm pretty sure strawbale can be a major nightmare of mold unless you are building in a much
drier place (like AZ).
Dh says have I shown you pictures of SJI? I'll email you.
Poppy - I'm so sorry but I haven't come across anything like what you're describing. The only thing I've seen is called queso fundido and it is basically fondue but not as creamy, more rubbery. I think the Moosewood cookbook has a Mexican cheese dip recipe that I'm sure doesn't call for Velveeta. My SM made it once and it was tasty, needed more spices for sure but I'm sure you could adjust it. Kerc? Do you have that book?
Okay, time to head out on my run. Dh is going to run with me which is big, usually he goes much too fast for me to keep up.