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And so I begin again...

Member Since: 11/3/2009

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  • v HEALTHYASHLEY
    I hope it helps you. Sometimes I am too honest with myself.
    2737 days ago
  • v NOTABOUTHEFACE
    I don't know if you're still interested but that winter bird duvet is on sale. This is likely the last time it'll be available before they pull it forever.

    http://www.potterybarn.com/products/wint
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    2795 days ago
  • v NOTABOUTHEFACE
    The lady at the chiro told me when I was making my appt that she had laser therapy done for her PF and she has never been happier. I think you're going to have great results with them. As far as the ultrasound machine, they aren't too expensive. I found this one at Overstock.com with great reviews:

    http://www.overstock.com/Health-Beauty/P
    remium-Portable-Ultrasound-Therapy-Mac
    hine/5230211/product.html

    It would be a great way for you to do some maintenance on your feet and keep that from coming back and I know that would be worth $65 to me! Birkenstock's might be my next step especially for the summer because these slippers are getting on my last nerve. Matter of fact, I think I'm gonna take peek! Thanks for the reminder!
    2813 days ago
  • v NOTABOUTHEFACE
    So glad you liked it. I haven't thought about those things in a long time but people seemed to like the thought of doing them again! Totally fun to do with your kids/grandkids!
    2833 days ago
  • v NOTABOUTHEFACE
    It depends, is it on a toothpick? If so, tap it as close to the base of the item as possible so it doesn't fall off. You can also use a spoon method where you drop the item into the chocolate, coat it then use the spoon to retrieve the item and tap it against the side to get the excess off. Hope that helped!
    2849 days ago
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