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Amy in NH

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About Amy in NH

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    I am a grad student and an education advocate. I've already completed my (M.Ed. & CAGS/Ed.)
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    The Great North Woods
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    I like to knit, read, and work in the garden.

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  1. We've found that Geico charges less because their coverage is very sparse. Ds16 had a minor accident due to very slippery roads during a storm this past winter, and our insurance rate actually went *down*! They sent the assessor out the day following the accident, and we had the car repaired and returned by the end of the week.
  2. I wouldn't get a $50 pedicure. That is a lot of money for something I can do myself at home. It is actually more than it cost for all of the equipment and polish I bought to do my own gel nails - mani and pedi combined - for probably a whole year. We just don't have that kind of money.
  3. People here seem to consider cyberschool to be homeschooling.
  4. There are also inconclusive tests related to EMF/power lines and childhood leukemia and brain tumors. This first came to my attention when we lived in a neighborhood with childhood cluster cancers and nearby power lines.
  5. Psychology and Psychiatry are totally different. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor with all the education that entails (doctorate with residency, etc.). A psychologist is a counselor or therapist who cannot prescribe drugs, usually with a bachelor or master's degree.
  6. It's been raining and raining here, but we've been working on it slowly but surely on the off nice-days. So far we've: put lots of discount perennials in the flower gardens. We'll see what makes it! We were excited to see a bunch of clearance stuff from last fall actually took this spring - yay! shoveled the 5-year-old manure out of an old barn and put some on the raised beds. Turned, covered with landscape fabric, and planted yesterday. Only a couple more things to go in the beds on the next sunny day. weeded the asparagus patch which is producing about 5 pounds every other day. pruned back the old raspberry canes. Not in that order. Looking foward to watching everything grow...
  7. There are a lot of posts here, and I really haven't read any of them, so forgive me if this has already been suggested... Load them into a desktop or laptop that you can use as a music server, hooked up to the stereo or a nice bluetooth speaker, make a backup copy of them all on an external hard drive, then sell them to Newbury Comics. Or just buy a Spotify Premium account and sell them. Either way you'll still have access to all that music without it taking up space.
  8. I haven't read any of the other responses, but wanted to say that I have engaged in that exact sort of behavior more than once in the past few years when visiting childhood neighborhoods with my mother in MA and again with my husband in PA. We drove up and down a few times and pulled over on the side of the road to determine if which house is the right one, rehash old memories, talk about changes to the neighborhood and particular childhood house, etc.
  9. Amazing Grace And if you like historical fiction: The Hornblower movies put out by A&E featuring Ioan Gruffudd.
  10. It was GABA. It was really bad. I did some research which pointed to GABA, and the symptoms stopped when I went off of it.
  11. It's certainly possible. I developed severe shortness of breath from an over the counter supplement.
  12. Later in the metabolism process it is converted to a histamine, which in higher concentrations it will have a stimulant effect. If the drinking took place before bed, it can wake you in the middle of the night, or just make you sleep lighter causing you to feel less rested.
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