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Old 03-15-2013, 09:42 PM   #301
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Morning!
Well, so far today I have pulled a full, tall mug of very hot coffee over onto me, my office chair and thankfully, the desk floormat. Ouch! I have a tender area on my tummy now.

Yes, Carolyn, the lemon dessert sounds wonderful for spring.

Judy, I am trying to do the same thing with closets, drawers, etc. but find myself thinking about it more than actually doing it. My cousin got all that done by moving, hmmm, don't want to move but may have to

Cindy, when I saw what they served me, as a diabetic, in the hospital I knew they still didn't "get" it.

Debby, enjoy your company. Wow, you get so much snow. Got an email from my DS in Iowa, they are so tired of winter.

Yes Cindy, the nerve block absolutely got rid of the Occipital N. headache. Seems now though that I had 3 headaches, the BP one, the ON one and one that is above my right eye, like where you would have a sinus headache, that one I still have but it is minor compared to the others. Could be a rebound headache from all the advil, etc. We will see. No headache meds for me if at all possible aside from the low dosage anti seizure med I am now on.
Thanks Buffy. Yes, we got even more overnight... looks like it will continue through the week as well. Funny, everyone thought spring was starting last week.... I've learned to just laugh at it everyone grumbles about the weather all winter long. It really has been a nice winter, though its stretching out.
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Debby if I were having guests, my house would be SO much more picked-up! (Or more things would be stored in closets! LOL). I'm currently going (so very slowly) through different closets discarding some things, sending some things to charities, rearranging things... Guests would really hurry that up!
I hear you Judy! I have to confess... I really hate dusting & cleaning floors. No problem with the organizing & keeping up on the day to day... but with wood heat it puts out so much dust. I'm so happy everything is shining now.
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Enjoy your guests Debby. And the snow. I know your pup does. I hope we are done with the snow for the year. Looking forward to some nice, gentle rain days.
Thanks Sandy, Yes, pup enjoys new people "too much." Have to re-teach her not to jump on each person she meets & she just can't resist.

Last night we had 15 people over for a coffee/dessert/fellowship with the missions committee. Got to hear all about the Villages of Hope in Zambia that they are the head organizers of 8 villages & the awesome change it is in those orphan's lives. Very interesting & fun.
Its been interesting trying to juggle all the food allergies. Kind of cool when its not just me!!

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That sounds like a wonderful mission/ministry! I'm sure the visit was very interesting.


Carolyn, KU vs K-State!!! Tonight at 5!!! We have tickets for that game that DH won at work!!!!!! I'm so excited. Our oldest DGS called last night right after KU won and said, "you know if you decide either one of you don't want to go, I'll be happy to go with the other one, or if you both decide not to go, I'll be happy to take those off your hands." Lol. I told him yes, him and about 1000 other people.
We're going down to see DH's dad today but we'll be back in time for the game. Our seats aren't great, but the price was right and I'll still love it! At least a Kansas team will win!!!!
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Hi everyone...

Lucky you, Sandy... Where will you be sitting??LOL..They announced on the radio last night that they had 400 more tickets to sell, but I bet they went fast, so you will be
among the throngs..

Meeting at 10..Then home the rest of the day. Need to catch up on the laundry..

That "magic" movie looks good. We love magic..Now how to find a time to go..LOL.

Debby: Honestly, Africa is truly a desperate continent. So much war and disease. So glad that there are Ministries there to help. We know a missionary couple and they have to deal
with witch doctors all the time who scare the poor people. Terrible.

What a great day yesterday...and hopefully today. I wanted to turn the air on last night, but dh was cold..LOL..
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Good day ladies. It's close to mid day already here. Where does time go? So fast it seems the older you get.

I tried a hot cereal from Maria Emmerich's kids cookbook and it reminded me of the flax hot cereal that Carolyn made. It was good but just a bit different. Here is the recipe.

Malt-OH-Meal

1 cup almond or coconut milk
2 TBS ground flax meal or coconut flour
4 TBS vanilla protein powder
1 drop stevia
1/2 teas cinnamon
1/2 teas. nutmeg
1 teas. vanilla
1 teas. Psyllium Husk (optional)

Combine warm milk and rest of ingredients. Stir until mixed well and let set a few minutes or overnight in fridge. It will thicken. Sprinkle with nuts on top or change flavors with different protein powder flavors.

Have a nice rest of your weekend and HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY! tomorrow.
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My SS (skinny sister) went to KU for 3-1/2 years (graduated from Tulsa after a back operation brought her home), so we'll root for KU.

Sharon thank you for posting that recipe - I have everything so will try it tomorrow morning - or maybe for dinner!

We had a little out-building/storage building built at the end of last year. It's the cutest thing and will be used mostly for storage, but DH has a work bench in there. We're going to begin painting it today...

Carolyn - reminds me - I'll throw some laundry in while we're priming!
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DD and I decided to see The Call at the movies yesterday, they changed their schedule, first half great, 2nd half, uh, what happened here????

Pretty, sunny day in TX.

Hate to even say this outloud, bad headache last night and mild one today , just have to keep repeating "I will get better in time"
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With maximizing my coupons and going through check out 3 different times, with $10 coupons off of $30, and half price sales, I got Ollie 4 short outfits and 4 pairs of PJ's at Kohl's yesterday. And, a long sleeved shirt which had been marked down to $3.20 plus my 20% off sale. Kohl's probably has the best coupon deals around it seems for stores around here. Was fun to pick things out for him.
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Hi everyone..

Dh is working on putting a new hose on the dryer.. Alex and I are in the other room for good reason..

I made a peanut butter pie just now..I got the recipe when I was at the library..Go figure..Small town people share everything. I have a small pie pan..say 6 inches, so this recipe was a perfect fit.

Crust: One 85 percent Lindt bar/1/2 stick of butter/touch of splenda all melted in a 2 cup pyrex dish..Stir, stir until melted..Then pour the liquid chocolate into the bottom of a Pammed small pie pan and freeze while making the filling..

Filling: One 8 ounce cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup of peanut butter
1 cup of powdered erythritol
1/4 cup of cream mixed with 1 tsp of vanilla

Mix and stir until smooth. Pour into hardened chocolate crust and freeze until firm.
Take it out about 15 minutes before serving and serve small pieces with whipped cream.

P. S. I made up the crust part and it will only be a bottom crust and I'm hoping I can
cut through it..LOL.

Honestly, I think there is something in the air cuz so many peeps have told me they have had month long or longer daily headaches.. Buffy, did you have one when you went to Arizona??? Have you ever done tapping to remove the headache Buffy? Look at the EFT website..Might help and it is free..

Sorry about The Call...I hate it when a movie is not so great..
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Chakka and my friends daughter at the horse show today. 2-6th place ribbons and a 2nd place ribbon!

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I love your beautiful horse...Congratulations to her and her mommy..

Well, the verdict on the peanut butter pie is 2 thumbs up..Very good with some whipped cream on top. You only need a small piece as it is pretty rich and fatty...
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Peanut butter pie!!!

This is a very good day.

I have plans to go to the Buffy school of couponing!
NOT happy about the bad headache...
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and the Jayhawks won..We have a divided house..Dd went there, but dh and ds went to KState..Of course, Dd never went to any athletic events at KU and Ds always went to all the football and basketball games at KSU..

Headaches are bad..I'm so glad I never had them like some of my good friends..
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Oh Cindy!! Spectacular!!

Hope Sandy had fun at that game...
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Cindy your horse is like Judy said "Spectacular". Looks like you have a good ribbon winner there.

It's time for bed for me. But before I go I want to just say, "HAPPY ST. PADDY'S DAY TO YOU ALL!". Make sure you all are wearing something green.
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Good morning

Thanks for the reminder on St. Paddy's Day. I will wear some green
I'm helping in the 1st grade class. They are cute.

Dryer and washer are fine. After putting the new hose on the dryer, the washer wouldn't pty the water out. Dh had moved them. But it is all good now.

Anyone having corned beef today??

We all love your beautiful horse. She has a great figure and beautiful coloring.

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Cindy, I can't decide who's most beautiful, the horse or your friends DD. How proud you must be of both of them!

We had a blast at the game and stayed until the very end and watched them cut down the net. But since we did that, all the t-shirts were GONE by the time we got there. So I'll have to look around and see what I can find. I'll try to put our pics on FB later.

Happy St Paddy's Day! We splurged (again, it's been that kind of weekend) and had corned beef hash and eggs for breakfast. I don't like traditional corned beef and cabbage so that will be my Irish meal of the day.

I'm going to try to make a chicken pot pie later with my new ingredients for FFM. I bought one of those little As Seen on TV pie pans that makes 4 little pies. It's made of silicone and they'll be a perfect size if they work out. It's called My Lil Pie Maker. I got it at Big Lots for only $5!

I went to Tuesday Morning Friday morning and they were having a big sale. I bought a floral print blazer that had been marked down to $3 and I got 80% off that!!! Plus a pair of Italian designer shoes thrown in for free. From the time I put them in my cart until I got to the checkout they'd removed them from inventory to donate to charity, so I was the charity. So quite a haul for .65 cents total, lol. I heard floral is coming back so I hope so. If it doesn't I sure didn't lose much.

Speaking of missionaries in Africa and other places. Has anybody else heard that all the shirts that have been printed in anticipation of a team winning a big game go to foreign countries to charity? Like the game last night. I'm sure both teams had shirts printed up claiming their championship wins. Since KU won, K-State's shirts will be donated to charity in foreign countries. I think it's a great idea. Way better than just wasting all those shirts. Somebody told me this awhile back so I'm not positive it's true but I hope it is.

Well, gotta run. We slept in and are going to late mass, so ttyl! Have a good one everybody!
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Happy Sunday!!
Cooking for kids, dogs, us - lots of baked chicken today.
Sore from painting yesterday - and we have lots more painting in our future.

Sandy I had kind of heard about shirts being donated that were not able to be used as intended...
VERY interested in your chicken pot pie!
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Anyone having corned beef today??

We all love your beautiful horse. She has a great figure and beautiful coloring.
I am making a glazed corned beef tomorrow. You cook the corned beef until tender, then make a glaze on top of the stove of ketchup, brown sugar, mustard molasses and horseradish. Simmer a few minutes then coat corned beef and back in the oven until glaze is thick and carmelized.
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Hi ladies.

Boy it is kind of bitter outside.

I love hash. Let us know how your pie turns out.
I saw on tv how many of the clothes we donate to resale shops are donated overseas and sold by the pound. That is why you see kids in Africa with American clothes on. I would love to see a KSU tee-shirt on some child, though.
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The pot pie was fabulous!!!!
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Hi

Sandy, please share your pot pie recipe. Please.

Well, off to exercise as soon as I get dressed.

Dh is thinking about retiring. He was 66 in November and out it in the back of his mind then. Honestly, he loves his work, but they offered a little package to those who decide before April 15th. Some of our friends who retired have part-time jobs but Dh says he can keep busy. I'll continue my normal daily fun things of course.
Then we will have to find health insurance for me for 20 months, which
Isn 't forever.

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For the crust I used this:

I used fantastic flour mix pie crust recipe for crust.
1/4 cup mix
2TBL almond flour
salt (to taste - I tend to like salty)
1/2 stick cold butter
3 TBL water

Mix the dry ingredients and cut the butter in until crumbly and well mixed. Add water - one tablespoon at a time and mix. The dough was wet but not sticky.
I put a very small amount of dough for the bottom crust only b/c my new lil pie maker bottom has little tiny holes in it and I didn't want it to leak out. Then I made the top crust by putting the dough between plastic wrap and patting it into the circle for the top crust.

Filling:
Some leftover stewed chicken and some Campbell's Chicken & Mushroom soup thinned a little bit with half and half. I added pepper, garlic salt and onion powder and a few mixed veggies, trying to avoid any potatoes. I baked them at 325* for about 40-45 minutes, watching them very closely the last 15-20 minutes. They were delicious!!! And DH agreed! I would serve it to company with no apologies or explanations, that's how good they were.
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Carolyn I am ignorant (but I can learn).
Does medicare not kick in at age 65 anymore? Or is it 20 months until you reach age 65?
So happy you asked Sandy for that recipe because that is just so encouraging.

This is a great time to be low carb, in my view. The sweeteners, the alternate flours... all good. Hopefully the paleo movement will help a little too. Atkins is making a go of things commercially, but I don't think I'd look to their products with my health in mind... that's the hardest part of all this - you pretty much HAVE to cook. But you can cook in bulk and with such flavor and satisfaction....

If I had to make my own cereal before I gained weight, or my own bread, or my own cake mix, etc., I'm pretty sure I would not have gotten overweight in the first place.

Sandy thank you for your detail on that recipe - you've made it more accessible to me!

After it warms up, we'll continue painting the little out building (or barn, or condo, or cottage or whatever DH decides to call it today. LOL)
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Morning!
Sandy, your pot pie sounds delish! Love pot pies.

Wow, Judy, what a transformation, he looks a little like a younger Sean Penn in the 2nd one.

Carolyn, check with the insurance your DH's company now has, I think Cobra lasts for 18 months, but not sure how that would work since your DH was the one carrying it. One good thing is that you have had coverage so you can't be denied, just don't let it run clear out. You are pretty healthy I think but you never know.

Have heard from my sister and BIL 2-3 times since they went to Israel, they rode a camel the other day. I told her that was great but not on my bucket list but that I looked forward to the pictures!

Have some things I will have to push to get done today although I don't feel like doing anything
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Me too!!! I've already done way more than I really wanted to, lol. Laundry, finished taxes, ordered DNA report, sat on the computer, lol, and I got my Bible study done too. Now I really need to go run some errands but I keep talking myself out of it.

I bought a new Oster 6 slice convection oven/broiler. I thought it would be a handy size for those small batch items with the BTF mix. I'll see how I like it. It will probably run cooler in the summer too. And I could always bake on my deck if it was really hot inside.
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*gasp* What a hunk! I'm going to really miss him on Downton *sigh*
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Hi lovely ladies..

My goodness, that pie recipe looks great..Hmm..I'll have to see if I have some of that soup..I need to buy many cans when I go to the store.

Medicare doesn't kick in until 65 I believe and I was 63 in November, so I have a little while to go..LOL. Dh already signed up, but he is carrying BC and BS at the office for both of us. I do think Cobra is for the employee, not the wife..I don't have any major diseases and have had several body parts removed already, so I guess I could call and find out how much I would be by myself. I don't need dental or
eye stuff, but sometimes it is a package..

Yes, Dan Stevens is a hunk for sure.

I bought a hamsteak today..We never have ham, but thought this would be different for the two of us sometime.

Exercised, WalMarted, now doing laundry..
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