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    well my sweet friend,if you went all the way to USA,you'd have another journey again,I am in the UK

    tea here is dinner,sorry to confuse.

    I am not sure if I tried that tea,I am at the health shop tomorrow ,If i see some i will pick some up...thankx

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    I have benn in UK once. In Newcastle. I got lost.

    Roibos is a wery good tea, so i recomend it.

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    Rooibos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    i hope i can find some,thankx for that

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    Why does it always rain on me? I just typed a reply and it didn't go through...

    Thanks for the support. I think I should see a professional but so far haven't pushed myself to do it. It just feels like I don't have time to do the things I want to do. But really the only things I have to do is school (which is something I wanted to do but takes up too much time) and work. I think it is mostly in my head. And this week I haven't danced any and I really do feel upset about that...Early this week I did school work and some other stuff instead of my usual practice and today I was going to practice but my boyfriend watned to take me to lunch. Tomorrow I'll be leaving work early to go to Mobile. I hate to take off any more time the work is already piling up on me.

    I just got through eating lunch, I'm stuffed. Had Thai but I'm sure it wasn't very healty. I've been to London briefly once. Hope to return one day and see more of it and the rest of the UK.

    Asthma sounds very scarey!

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    hang in there Stacy(((hugs)))tomorrow is a brand new day

    I am off to go work now,of course i will check back in before bed...so hard to stay away!!!!


    lots of love and light


    miss shimmy
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    I have asthma too. It sucks.

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    Babylonia...have a look at this,since i started it I have had no meds

    The Buteyko Method (Shallow Breathing) for controlling Asthma.

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    My mother have astma, and like me she have to smal openings, she had to have surgery filing away some bone from her skull to get better opening in her nose. I did not envy her that.

    stacy, i think the work might go more easy if you take some time to relax, over working is a big health risk, stress is not good for you, take some time of, rest and relax and take care of yourself.

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    Thank you. I will try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss_shimmy View Post
    tea here is dinner,sorry to confuse.
    I always thought "tea time" was 4pm.

    In the US dinner and supper are used interchangeably but I was watching an old movie and the man said he couldn't have dinner with a woman but they'd have supper together later that night. I guess it was different in the old days.

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