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Old 02-06-2010, 04:24 AM   #21
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don't know, in withdrawal from effexor, taken for ten years. nausea is big time effect , as is a bad, bad, head ache. disorientation. has to be be done, will probably lose weight and already have more energy. am on two other big antidepressant. all a result of pstd over the death of my murdered husband.

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Old 02-07-2010, 06:40 PM   #22
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Looks like someone likes onions....or are those bok choy stems? Actually, that looks like something I would want to dive into (DH can have most of my onions). Now I want to get my wok out and start cooking Chinese at home again. Passed my 30-year-old hammered steel one on to our son when we got our glass-top stove. My new Joyce Chen was is OK, but... I miss both my old wok and my old stove. Never NEVER gonna get a ceramic top one again.

DH came home early, so we ended up going out to eat. Chicken Parm...enough to feed a small village! I'm not cooking tomorrow!
thank you and it is bok choy stems. LOL that much onion would kill me
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Old 02-07-2010, 06:40 PM   #23
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Very nice and tasty-looking!
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This was our dinner... I used just a basic teriyaki sauce, mixed with a tad bit of ketchup for the basting sauce on the chicken. On the side, were wayyyy too buttered mashed taters and baked carrots and celery.


those tater look yummy
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