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  1. That might be.

    That might be.
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    Black rice, squash, and broccoli.

    Black rice, squash, and broccoli.
  3. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    Maybe, maybe you just need to figure out an asset...

    Maybe, maybe you just need to figure out an asset allocation you are happy with?

    Two books I have really liked at Gillette Edmunds Comfort Zone Investing
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    I wouldn't read an e-print newspaper via...

    I wouldn't read an e-print newspaper via subscription--dislike reading on the screen, so personally, I would keep my paper subscription if I had one.

    Such a luxury.

    Plus we make planter pots...
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    I loved that show, and loved her in that--thought...

    I loved that show, and loved her in that--thought she was brilliant!
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    recipes for those with food allergies

    I was just diagnosed with some new and extensive food allergies, so I am trying new recipes, and I thought it might be fun to share recipes.

    I just made a loaf of King Arthur gluten free bread but...
  7. I think the moving, then revising your wardrobe...

    I think the moving, then revising your wardrobe by selling old and using that money to purchase new better suited close is wonderful--very frugal and in keeping with what you are trying to do.
  8. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    No, I stay invested in my asset allocation,...

    No, I stay invested in my asset allocation, pretty strictly. I have 2 years of cash so I don't have to worry about selling in a down market.
    If I could still buy govt farm bonds for 11% like back...
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    Many people have done what you are talking about...

    Many people have done what you are talking about doing at Chase successfully, but I like to keep my banking simple, so I just bank with Ally for that kind of thing, savings and cd ladders.
  10. You are so right--this was where the real drama...

    You are so right--this was where the real drama occurred, it seems to me. Both looked genuinely shook. I think she did lash out. Not sure if it hurt or helped her. The body language was very...
  11. Thread: January Purge

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    IL, what a lovely legacy you are leaving for your...

    IL, what a lovely legacy you are leaving for your city! Well done.
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    Yes, an individual, and thanks, that does make me...

    Yes, an individual, and thanks, that does make me feel better.
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    Reporting back--I watchlisted a Scottish mug for...

    Reporting back--I watchlisted a Scottish mug for my husband and it was 12.95, and they offered 9, so I bought it. Paid too much for shipping, though, ouch, so a frugal fail....
  14. Biden seemed wooden, Mayor Pete seemed kind of...

    Biden seemed wooden, Mayor Pete seemed kind of frightened and frozen, I thought Klobuchar was good sometimes and not so good other--loved that she brought out the sandwich generation and long term...
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    I was on the fence, but a mumbling Meryl Streep...

    I was on the fence, but a mumbling Meryl Streep might be something I could pass on.
  16. Yeah. I wouldn't do it, but I know you would be...

    Yeah. I wouldn't do it, but I know you would be a decluttering machine!
  17. It has been empty now two years, and he is in...

    It has been empty now two years, and he is in charge, but they are still living.
  18. You are so lucky. My parents house is still...

    You are so lucky. My parents house is still sitting there, no one would or will cooperate on clearing it out. I have seriously thought of getting Teacher Terry to go down there with me for a week...
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    Here's what I do--tear up old stale bread. Add...

    Here's what I do--tear up old stale bread. Add diced celery and onion. Add chopped up sage from garden (we did this a couple of days ago; the leaves are sort of freeze dried on the plant.) Melt...
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    I know. It is such a bummer. We made gluten...

    I know. It is such a bummer. We made gluten free pancakes with soy egg and milk replacer this morning. They were good, but not the same thing.

    Hopefully I can learn to love them.
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    Not sure about tonight. I got my food allergy...

    Not sure about tonight. I got my food allergy results back and it's pretty daunting. No eggs, no milk, no chicken, no beef, no lamb, no almonds, and wheat is borderline, and my allergist prior...
  22. My brother did something really similar--put...

    My brother did something really similar--put everything that was sorted and threw it in a box including a framed picture that had been on top of my grandmother;s dresser in the 60's and the glass...
  23. Thread: Labyrinth

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    I felt like with the dog, we were going places! ...

    I felt like with the dog, we were going places! I know that is not what you are supposed to feel, but it felt like we were in the flow together. It was also fun to mow it and admire it, the way the...
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    Okay, I put two dolls and three mugs on watch...

    Okay, I put two dolls and three mugs on watch list. I'll report back if anyone contacts me. An experiment.
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    I was involved with planning one for a college,...

    I was involved with planning one for a college, but nothing came of it.

    I mowed on into my field one years and enjoyed walking it with the dog.
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