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Okay, this is my second time to try and post a comment. My first one vanished when I clicked. I finally switched from antiperspirant to deodorant recently. I've been using Primal Pit Paste with some success. I haven't had enough energy to make my own, but I'm hoping in a bit I can try. I was looking at Ginny's recipe http://www.gsheller.com/2014/01/a-good-day.html and wondering what is the difference of probiotic? Why is there no baking soda in yours? I find I can tolerate some baking soda, but not too much. Where do you get most of your supplies for ingredients like essential oils and such? Do you use Amazon, or are you getting most supplies elsewhere? Thanks, Ruth! I love your posts, just haven't commented enough!
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That sounds so delicious, ME! I love whisky and bourbon; it's my choice, and I agree, it has to be a good one! I used to love just Bourbon and Diet Coke, but I gave up the latter, and don't drink the sugar drinks. I'm on the hunt for a good cocktail. I wanted something with less sugar, but I keep thinking the Whisky Sour OF will be my best bet. I like things tart, not sweet. Have you seen "State of the Union" with Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn? It had a character who only drank Sazeracs. Always makes me want to try that!
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2013 on Weekend Cocktail at Tales From The Bonny Blue House
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Oh, I'm so impressed! How often do you get frosts? I used to live in Shreveport, which was in the same zone as where you are, but it has been awhile. I remember mostly winter cold being 40s and rainy. I'll have to read his book, especially on the potatoes. I had a conversation with my mother about how it's more important to eat organic root veggies. It's a tough thing to do, but it makes sense. I've got to make better resolutions and follow-through on my garden. Thanks for the inspiration!
Toggle Commented Nov 5, 2012 on Wintergreen at as cozy as spring
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Oh my goodness. A most precious child with the most precious, lovingly, beautiful dress and hat EVER!!!!!! That face makes me just melt. I don't know how you get anything done looking into that adorableness.
Toggle Commented Oct 31, 2012 on Child of the Forest at as cozy as spring
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Such lovely pictures! And I love your header photo!
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2012 on happy autumn trails at a gypsy caravan
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The dress is wonderful, especially with Meg's choice of fabric! I love that!
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After just finishing a digital photo book for my hubby, i have decided this is the way to go. This was such a timesaver! I really liked the calendar pack.
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2011 on Preserving Memories at turkey feathers
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Oh, I have a sweet little girl in mind that would be perfect for that little kitty! Thank you!
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2011 on Pinky Rose Needs Good Home at turkey feathers
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This is exactly what I was planning to do! Are you making different sizes? I'd love to see more of a pattern.
Toggle Commented Dec 10, 2011 on gift bags at a number of things
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We've been venturing into rocks and minerals and want to work into Geodes! Would love to win these!
Toggle Commented Dec 7, 2011 on Geodes Giveaway at The Magnifying Glass
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I love Dansko! I'm having problems figuring out which one for under my tree between Abby Black Nappa and Savanna Black Full Grain. I'm excited to see that the some of the styles accommodate orthotics!
I can't imagine living in a family that doesn't celebrate Advent. To skip Advent? It would be harder for me and my children to get through December to Christmas if we had nothing to feast on during the month. My... Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2011 at O Night Divine
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I've mentioned before that we incorporate Salvation History Figures in our Advent Wreath -- Isaiah, John the Baptist, Joseph, and Mary. We light our Advent Wreath every evening at dinner. We gather around the table, my husband reads the prayers... Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2011 at O Night Divine
Praying for you, Ruth and your daughter, during this time! We did a lot of "last time" events before each sister got married, but particularly the first. "Last meal" was memorable. Everything looks beautiful!
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Another gorgeous creation!!! I'd love to win!
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Oh, this is so nice! I know it's only a slim chance...Thanks for this offering, Ruth! BTW, the tenner is still going strong!
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Oh, that would be wonderful, and the timing is just perfect!
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Your rug is just gorgeous! I've always had a project like that on my "life to do list", inspired by those colonial rugs. The drawback to me was that they were wool -- which I'm allergic. You have just provided me with the perfect solution. Thanks!
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2011 on the rainbow rug at Sew Liberated
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These are so lovely!
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2010 on sponsor giveaway :: bunte fabrics at Sew Liberated
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Cross-posted with Family in Feast and Feria My boys have been singing to the tune of "O Christmas Tree" either the word "O Advent Tree" or "O Jesse Tree". It makes me smile every time. I really wanted to introduce... Continue reading
Posted Dec 6, 2010 at O Night Divine
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Crossposted with Family Feast and Feria Last year I had a reading plan Our Advent Catechesis, 2009. I mentioned last year in my long Advent pondering and planning post that our main Advent catechesis will be using three key books... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2010 at O Night Divine
Oh my...the number of comments is daunting! But I'll be an optimist and hope I'll win!
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Updated files for 2011: Download My Little Advent cards 2011 Download Advent calendar 2011 Download Christmas calendar 2011 I have found that a key to living the Liturgical Year in the home is having meditative sources so the child can... Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2010 at O Night Divine
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Today marks the beginning of both the Christmas Anticipation Prayer (or Christmas Novena, also known as the St. Andrew Novena) and the Novena to the Immaculate Conception. Beginning on November 30, the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, the following... Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2009 at O Night Divine