Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Puffy & Hungover

Even with the stained doors dried, I still woke with a puffy eyes, rashy face, and slightly hungover.

But in better news ...


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  1. Flatulence is a sign of good health :-)

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  2. Thanks for sharing that Ivy. Sorry about the reaction to the doors though.

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    1. It's not been fun. Next time we might try staining with tea or coffee grounds.

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  3. I hate when I get the case of the farts. It's good that you system was good with the tofu.

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    1. Thanks for visiting me today. Hope you had a great weekend away.

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  4. Well, I would say the farts are more Tim's problem than yours, lol -- he's the collateral damage.

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  5. The doors are so pretty! Toot your own horn. Hahaha

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  6. oh no, too bad about the stain effect. Good about the tofu, never known that to induce farts, guess it is soybean maybe it does.

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    1. Might try and stain with tea or coffee grounds, next go. This stain is holding on toooo long in the house.

      Did you make anything yummy for supper tonight?

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  7. Paint and stain give me a migraine and make me close to vomiting.
    Nothing wrong with farting! Probably best to be discrete in public.

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    1. Yikes, Birdie. That sounds horrible.

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  8. Doors look nice.
    Yeah, more than I needed to know. But tofu is made of beans.

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    1. Thanks and ... You're welcome!

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  9. Sorry you are puffy and hungover and I'm sure the tofu farts did nothing to improve things...I hope your system calms down and you feel better quickly. How was the blueberry pie?

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    1. I just made two small hand-pies. Insides were yummy but the outside still underbaked. I'll go again and increase the temp.

      Thanks for asking.

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  10. Quite a lot of chemical smells do that to me too. Instant headache and nausea too.
    Yay for tofu (farts or not).

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    1. My partner (not a fan) refers to tofu as bean-turd.

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    2. Hahaha, Tim says that too because in real life, I call it bean curd. We have funny guys.

      Sorry you get the instant headache and nausea. Birdie mentioned that too. Yikes.

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  11. The doors look fab!! I had the farts too...unfortunately it was at the gym Sunday morning....fortunately, I had my ear buds in and took the 'I don't care if you hear it' attitude...not sure if I'm allowed back yet....��

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    1. Thanks.

      Hahahaha, on you and the gym. You crack me up, not sure if you're allowed back. Too funny.

      How goes the outside jogging?

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  12. I didn't want to know that!

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  13. Good job on the doors and keep on tooting!

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    1. Thanks, Pam.

      Hey, we're at Barnes now and I was looking through a magazine all about pies. Oh my gosh, some pretty pictures. Saw little stars placed on top of one and it made me think of your cutter one. So fun.

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  14. Tofu with no rash or throat closing - a definite win situation!

    All the best Jan

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    1. I loved that pink tea pot you had on your blogpost. So pretty.

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    2. Thank you - I do like pink!

      All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks, Martha.

      Hope your heatwave was gone today. It was real nice here.

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  16. Your mention of the farts had me laughing, Ivy. I have heard (for baked beans, anyway), that adding just a tiny bit of white vinegar does not change the flavour and cuts the farts.

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    1. Interesting about the vinegar. I shall give it a go next time I make bean curd. Maybe it will help with that, too. Thanks!

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