So, the other day I wrote a post on Histamine Intolerance and what it is, and what it isn’t. So to continue the discussion. What foods can you eat and what can’t you have when you have HIT? It all depends. Other than foods I’m actually allergic to, this condition has limited a lot of […]

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Last night, I had a bad reaction. I woke up at 3:30, confused and feeling like something was wrong. I was starting to panic. I woke up Sam, and by that time, the itching had started—all over my body, intense, burning itching. I didn’t have hives, not many, but my skin felt like it was […]

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First: I just realized I forgot to get A Year of Marymoor up yesterday–will post it today. I managed to take the pictures yesterday but totally spaced the post. So…onto the main post. So as I’ve said before, I have histamine intolerance. Since we pretty much figured out what my issue is, my reactions have […]

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It’s Saturday evening–a few days before this post goes up–and I’m still working, but that’s okay. I took a good part of yesterday off.  I’m looking forward to Thanksgiving and the holidays, even if in a quieter mood this year than last. Yes, I’m reeling from the shockwaves through our country this month, but I […]

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Halloween, for us, is Samhain—the festival from which Halloween evolved. But I also give out treats. A couple years ago, it occurred to me that my own allergies prevented me from eating the candy we were handing out, so what about the children who might come trick-or-treating who have allergies? That’s when I found out […]

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So I haven’t talked a great deal about this, but enough so that some of you know I’m having some severe allergy issues. And I’m not talking about this for sympathy—just to raise some awareness about a little known condition and also to make you aware of one of the main reasons I cannot travel […]

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So, a few things have been happening. Tomorrow is Mabon, the Fall Equinox. For Pagans, it’s considered the second harvest—the harvest of fruits. You might think of it as a non-secular Thanksgiving, when we give gratitude to the Goddess of the Earth and the God of the Vine, and when we celebrate all that we […]

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Jenn here. Yasmine asked me to blog today, and we thought back to school lunches would a great topic for me to do this time. *grins* As many of you know I not only have a number of furbabies in my home, but I also have children. My baby is still in school and lunches […]

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Fried chicken, potato salad, apple pie…yes, it’s end of the summer picnic season! But when you have food allergies, quite often the fried chicken and everything else seems off limits. Except that now it’s not. I’ve managed to come up with some good recipes and ideas for picnic food for those of us with food […]

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Tarot Journeys by Yasmine Galenorn Available in e-format for the first time! Follow the Fool’s Journey as you seek to both understand the Major Arcana of the tarot as well as transform your own life. Originally published in 1999 and now available in e-format for the very first time, Tarot Journeys leads you on a […]

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