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Carole Eddington
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Just one comment on the NutriBullet:  It does turn any food into a superfood in that the complete pulverization of it gets it into your cells so quickly and completely, that it bypasses the normal digestive process, and you truly absorb every molecule of it.  We've had one for a couple years -- it's inexpensive and fun and easy, and we IMMEDIATELY felt a huge difference.  (My husband and I were comparing notes, and the energy, great elimination, weight loss, and handling of body problems was the same.)  Within literally a day, we knew this was an incredible product.  It DOES allow you to stay healthy more cheaply.  It replaces supplements and other health programs  to a great extent.  We bought one for each of our adult kids without even asking thing if they wanted it.  They LOVE it and use it constantly.  And everyone, including health practitioners, that I've told about this has incorporated it into his or her life.  It also is the BEST device out there for grinding grains to make perfect flour in a matter of seconds.  I would not put down the NutriBullet.  It's way more than a blender!  Our blender has become obsolete in our kitchen.
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+Carole Eddington and the Nutribullet isn't BPA free as they claim. it releases after a couple of blends. Look it up.
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the swinging door
two realities one life, one art when I’m in one, I’m in it when I’m in the other, I’m in that it’s strange when I’m just in life I know art is there I hesitate to go in it feels like a different reality and my reality is life then I pick up the novel I star...
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reviving youth


youth awakes from the dead
shakes off the leaves
brushes off the dirt

the light of joy has ignited in the eyes
and the dancing starts
‘cause love is real and not fade away, yo

bringing the swingin’ sixties into the mid teens
is perfect, don’t ya’ think?
think about it, ‘cause it’s yo’ thing, man

I say revive the breakaway
the break from stodgy zombie school
farming minds out to tend well the bullshit

“farm out” took on a new meaning, didn’t it, bro?
as the fucking great music took over
there was every good reason to be high

the generations don’t matter
love and spirits do
we walked outside and welcomed immortality

something stirred from misplaced dreams
we rehabbed the artist
and were as children eternal

now decades later we revive freedom!
with younger generations all on board
they feel it and we feel them

youth and wonder rule
brotherhood, philosophy, spirituality, art
as we celebrate the music masters

Stevie, Dylan, Beatles, Stones
Cream, Zeppelin, CSNY,
Joni, Jimi, Janis, Doors, Sweet Baby James

music of the gods
hail hail rock and roll
poetry harmony color galore

so get naked if you want
swear like a sailor, go hug strangers
we’re all on the same wild ride

we can remember 
we can live, y’all!
we can BE here now


Copyright © 2015 by Carole T. Eddington.  All rights reserved.

 
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the welcome
random leaves from green eternities fall with petals to the forest floor and to the surface of the lake with a nod from the trees I wake and walk through fresh vibrancies and there is much to smell and taste as I’m cut free of bodily strings and fill the cl...
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KALINDA
your long graying blonde hair soaks up the Florida sun you live alone with dogs you are artistic and charming you are the regal Leo with the regal past but affably humble, as well oh yes, you’re a nice kind of person acceptably sweet well-read and worldly g...
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That blew me away, Jim.  I closed my eyes, and it was Philip in every way -- an actor I revere so greatly.  It warmed my heart.  And thanks for your message at the end.  
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I don't have that item in my Privacy settings.  Damn, you got me all excited!
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This is a fantastic program!  Kudos to my great friend Rhonda LaRoy and her friend Robert Hawkins!  Check it out.  I think you'll all LOVE this and want to be a part of it!
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poetry omelet
things on chains things on string around our necks charms, amulets jeweled words engraved sentiments lucky stones hidden poems I wear a poem o’er my heart I am a poem in mirror and mind in photo and memory and imaginings I am a poem I have to be are you a p...
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kaleidoscope
found my kaleidoscope again it gently swept me in, revived me with flashing
see-through hues, with fragmented concepts of living pictures, with star shapes in miniature movement with the secret mechanism unlocking God and the universal child's tinkling peac...
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THRILLING!!!
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the art level “the general atmosphere of art is fleeting like a son of a bitch,” she said airing out her armpits “I wish all my bright young school pals and fine old books of stature would come back in breath of higher life and rich exchang...
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Dining at The Chef and I was literally one of the top eating experiences of my life! You interact with the chefs, and they watch as you moan with delight eating their unbelievable creations! OMG! I can't wait to bring my husband there!
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Sally McIntyre is an AMAZING artist! Her work ALWAYS transports me somewhere I want to be. She inspires me. She can transform an event into something higher, more mystical, and SO BEAUTIFUL! I'm SO glad we hired her to photograph my daughter's wedding!
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I LOVE the Turnip Truck! It's a pleasure just being there! They have everything I need, and they serve a great dinner buffet!
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I've been seeing Stacey Massey pretty much every week for 2 1/2 years. I've never seen any health practitioner that consistently for that long in my life, but I won't stop going to her once a week, as it is a highly beneficial and important element of my life. As a bonus, it's always enjoyable and often extremely revelatory! She's the most wonderful person -- a joy to be around -- and highly skilled. I had never had craniosacral work before, and that was my primary interest, although she has applied massage and other types of therapy to me when needed and also has me on a very precise nutritional program. I'll never forget my first session with her. I couldn't turn my head very far in either direction, my limbs were weak, and my hips felt tight so that I hadn't been able to walk comfortably for a long time. At 61, I figured it was an age thing. I didn't even mention this to Stacey, but she determined that she needed to start with my sacral area, even though I was most interested in having my skull worked on. As I lay on the massage table, she had one hand under my hips and the other on my abdomen for the longest time. Her hands barely moved, but she seemed to be feeling something and moving things in the most subtle way imaginable. When she was done, I walked out of there in a way I hadn't been able to walk in years. My body was strong and normal again! I felt brand new! More importantly, I suddenly had much restored hope regarding other body issues. Now I understand more what she does, and it is a phenomenal process. I can't even count the number of miracles that have happened from her work on me since then -- physically, emotionally, and intellectually, because all these areas are tied together. Do I recommend Stacey? With all my heart!
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