Spring Time in Texas

Written on:July 24, 2016
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Finally we got lots of rain and then some sun and the plants have kind of exploded on us. Perfect timing too as Race For the Cure is this weekend and our after race party is going to be held in the back yard. I took some pics of our lovely plants. We start on the front porch with this awesome red plant I bought from the horticulture dept at school. Then there is our frog and his flowers. And finally these guys are doing great there on the front porch. The back yard is looking good too. If you look close you can our first peach. This is a pic of the rose in the back. We planted tomatoes, onions, cilantro and jalapenos in the garden this year. We call it our “salsa” garden. Last but not least, our red oak we planted two years ago is doing very well.

Nailed!

This may be too much information for some of you but i finally lost a toenail. It feels much better but not too attractive in sandals! It is almost a relief so i can start growing a new one. Wonder if it will come back another color or texture as my hair did after the first time i lost it?!?! It really freaked my four year old out (the nail loss) but we had a great lesson about regrowth. Just like a teacher to make it a learning experience.

Pollen allergies

Written on:July 24, 2016
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Pollen allergies

Many people have pollen allergies. Do you’ve the people? A pollen allergy occurs mostly during spring when the trees are blooming. Additionally, it happens during fall and summer. The pollen grains or little egg shaped granules created by flowering plants cause an allergy. Either wind or insects disperse them to cross pollinate trees and other flowers of the exact same species. Due to the pollination process, pollens get. While hanging…

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Green Diarrhea and Lactose Intolerance

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Green Diarrhea and Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance is very common with an estimated 30 to 50 million Americans suffering from such condition. Some cases of the intolerance are temporary and considered a side effect of some medications such as antibiotics which can disturb the body’s ability to produce the enzyme lactase, which is needed to digest lactose. Infections such as those caused by salmonella can also cause temporary lactose intolerance. This cause is particularly common…

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Bulging Degenerative Disc

Written on:June 21, 2016
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Bulging Degenerative Disc

Also known as a ruptured or slipped disc, this condition involves a weakened, flattened disc that tears and presses against the nerves surrounding it, causing pain, numbness, tingling and weakness throughout the arms or legs, depending on which disc is affected. This condition is most common in patients in their 40s and 50s, as discs degenerate over time and are at a higher risk of rupturing. Treatment for a bulging…

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Sweat Guards

Written on:June 7, 2016
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Sweat Guards

Many people who sweat excessively will find that using antiperspirants alone do not keep their clothing from becoming drenched, and so sweat guards are a great option.  Sweat guards go underneath a persons clothing to prevent embarrassing and uncomfortable wetness.  Sweat guards are available for purchase at several online retailers and also at sporting goods stores. Sweat guards can be disposable or washable.  Washable sweat guards would be ideal for…

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Which Is Better For Master Cleanse, Packed Lemon Juice Or Freshly Squeezed?

Written on:June 7, 2016
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Which Is Better For Master Cleanse, Packed Lemon Juice Or Freshly Squeezed?

One of the best programs for those who want to reduce weight is the master cleanse sometime we said it  cayenne pepper cleanse because it is effective particularly to those who want pursue its goal. The reason why it is popular is because the ingredients used to develop the formula can be purchased easily. Since the price of each ingredient is economical, you won’t have to spend a lot just…

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Causes of Orange Stool Color

Written on:June 7, 2016
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Causes of Orange Stool Color

There can be a number of things that cause a person to have an orange-colored stool. They can range from certain foods to medicines and supplements, or problems in the body. Let’s take a look at some of these. Foods that can cause orange stools are squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, kale, spinach and also collard greens. Supplements that might cause a person to have orange-colored stools are those that contain…

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Conjunctivitis Causes and Treatment

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Conjunctivitis Causes and Treatment

Conjunctivitis also called pink eye is a term that covers several different diseases. Literally, the word means an inflammation of the outer surface of the eye, and this is usually accompanied by pain or an itch, redness of the eye and often a discharge. There are many home remedies for pink eye and they are varied by kinds of causes. Any eye problem that does not settle rapidly should be…

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I am slim, healthy and optimistic

Written on:June 7, 2016
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I am slim, healthy and optimistic

I am slim, healthy and optimistic! My marriage is strong, intimate and loving. I am living healthy, exercising, slim & trim, and solely supporting myself and my family by creating my jewelry and art. I am strong, happy, healthy and financially independent. I living my dream! I like what Kyla said: You wrote your intention with so much passion. Strong feelings are a major ingredient to manifesting your intentions. You…

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Up all night

Written on:June 7, 2016
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Up all night

Yesterday Dori got a dose of Herceptin and some kind of steroid. She was hoping not to get the steroid because it keeps her up all night but she ended up getting it anyway. I happened to awake from my slumber at about 2:30 am and she was not in bed. This is pretty typical of what happens the night after she gets that stuff. This morning I noticed she…

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