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Old 07-18-2010, 03:46 PM
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default answer - google calendar...
Calendars good...disorganized bad! I appreciate time and it being well spent. Glad you guys had a stress-free and fun weekend! You need it and deserve it! Happy Sunday. Good to catch with everyone on here every couple of days. So much activity on the boards recently.

Love to you and Karma! Is gf on here?
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Old 07-18-2010, 10:52 PM
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Just got cooking dinner and have no desire to eat Oh well Karma will like it. Garlic and chedder mashed new potatoes, Spinich,Aspargus and cherry tomatos baked with mozz and parm, Steamed zuchinni and summer squash and bbq pork chops with peanut butter cheesecake brownies for dessert. I love cooking for my boy.

MG-I'm as organised I can be, I just cannot remember to look at a calander! It's sad really.

No g/f isn't on here, yet. I'm still trying to decide if I'm okay with sharing this space with her. In some ways I think it would be good for all of us. But in others I feel like I'm losing my place to vent. She's overly sensitive (as am I) and I fear either of us taking the others words wrong.



G/f is working on homework today, so I'm not sure what we'll be getting into tonight.
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Old 07-19-2010, 04:43 AM
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holy F**K Mohegan.
I would love for you to cook for me!!

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Old 07-19-2010, 03:31 PM
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She generally only cooks when I'm either too tired, too sick, or just don't feel like doing it. Darkon Sundays are the exception. Generally she does the baking, and I do the cooking.

Her cooking is good, but her baking is Divinity, captured on a dessert plate
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Old 07-19-2010, 04:26 PM
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If I have a recipe I'm excited to try it's one thing, I hate the same old thing. I want to be creative in the kitchen. But Karma's right, I'm more of a baker than cook. I'm going to school for a pastry chef degree. Which makes losing weight fun Just took to baggies of the brownies to my wifes house last night that way they aren't here to tempt.

Overall good morning. Karma is stiff and sore from Darkon sunday so except for maybe a walk, I think we'll stay home, and kinda sorta clean. No big plans. No big drama. Just gonna sit here, enjoy a brownie and sigh with a smile.
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Old 07-19-2010, 04:34 PM
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If I have a recipe I'm excited to try it's one thing, I hate the same old thing. I want to be creative in the kitchen. But Karma's right, I'm more of a baker than cook. I'm going to school for a pastry chef degree. Which makes losing weight fun Just took to baggies of the brownies to my wifes house last night that way they aren't here to tempt.
My wife was a pastry chef for years. It is not good for ones health hahaha...(usually the pastry chef also ends up on apps, so it makes for some awesome take home dinners)

With her gluten free, dairy free flavour free (sarcasm) new approach to eating she can't cook what she used to.

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Overall good morning. Karma is stiff and sore from Darkon sunday so except for maybe a walk, I think we'll stay home, and kinda sorta clean. No big plans. No big drama. Just gonna sit here, enjoy a brownie and sigh with a smile.
I must have been tired earlier, I read DAKKON and was thinking, wow a whole day dedicated to a vegetable.
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Old 07-19-2010, 05:31 PM
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LOL yeah we're to unorganised for a calander to work.
I know of people using it to simply track their lives, so they can see when they have free time. They put their schedules in themselves and each organize time with each other.

I have also seen it abused, where one person ends up being the time keeper. This usually ends up creating resentment (well...imagine being a primary and ALWAYS having to schedule time of your primary with his gf. and then getting in shit if time wasn't alloted, it caused a serious problem on all parts)

If you have scheduling problems then it might help. Regardless of your ability to organize ...

Waiting on Karma to get back with g/f so we can go to a Native American Festival and pow wow. I'm really excited for today. Hoping for some good conversation and some fun just hanging out.

It's odd that all it took was a 5 page letter but her pretense seems gone and we are working on actualy getting to know eachother. I'm feeling much more comfortable with things. It's good to be yet again reminded that there's always going to be things we have towork through, but we'll always get through them.

Got a little bit of much needed Karma time last night. I love my husband! Oh and I forgot to brag about the fact that he made g/f and I breakfast in bed yesturday!
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Old 07-19-2010, 06:13 PM
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With her gluten free, dairy free flavour free (sarcasm) new approach to eating she can't cook what she used to.
There are actualy some really good healthy recipes out there, just takes some playing around. I've definitaly found my share of substitutes that don't work, but I've found a lot that have. Let's me get my sweet craving ful-filled and get a ton of fruit, veg and fiber. Karma unfortunately has to be my taste tester, so sometimes he gets the bad end of the deal. others, he really lucks out with some good healthy food.

I'd like to open a cafe that serves good food that is good for you and also a pagan bookstore attached. Big dreams for the one day.



Keeping the sched isn't really too bad, it's making sure everyone has time and no one feels left out. Like going a week and a half with no real time with Karma. It was frustrating. Going to be even harder of/when jobs come through. But we'll work it out.
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Old 07-19-2010, 06:15 PM
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I was kidding/sarcastic to a point. We have found many good recipes...I tend to love to experiment with food. Lots of options really.

Our roomate is allergic to garlic. Thats been a serious killer of taste hahaha (pengrah worked primarilly in Italian and french kitchens and I...love garlic. )
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Old 07-19-2010, 07:17 PM
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I got that you were joking, though sometimes Karma just has to walk away from some of my experiments.

Allergic to garlic!!!!!! That has to be the worst thing. sorry but Karma put garlic in and on almost everythng. Not sure how I'd adapt to that one.
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