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Tincup
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Ok. New instructions. You know how that goes. And no, I didn't write them down.

And I got too many new things to do at one time! And right in the middle of doing one of my new "things" tonight, I completely forgot WHY I am suppose to do it.

And how I am suppose to do it?

So now I am now sitting here with a mixture of lemon juice and salt all over me. It is not for the skin, like a scrub.

There was another reason for doing it that made sense at the time and is what I can't remember.

Anyone have any clues as to WHY I am doing this (aside from the obvious fact I am a fruitcake)... and more importantly....

Am I suppose to sit here like this, or rinse it off?

H-E-L-P!!!!

[Big Grin]

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Ok, it's an hour later, no responses and I can't stand the sticky stuff on me any longer.

Bath time!

[Big Grin]

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I have no idea either, but it sounds like fun [lol] [Big Grin]

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Well, you made me laugh so that's a good enough reason for me [Big Grin]

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The lemon juice softens old skin cells.

The salt is supposed to be used to rub away the old skin cells.

If you didn't rub the salt over your skin, then it appears there was no difference between you and a Margarita prep.

So, I answered your question. What's my prize?

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Tincup
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Nothing like a little sympathy here guys!

I was stuck in the middle of the night marinating my entire body in a cocktail mix and am obviously in dire straights and you laugh?

[lol]

Well, I did manage to get that bath (in case you are concerned). So all went well.

The only question I have now is...

Why did I wake up with a little umbrella stuck in my ear?

[lol]

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Oh, and smarty pants. You want a prize?

Ok. I'll contact my attorney and have them add you to my will.

You'll be getting that little umbrella, the left over salt and any lemons that may still be fit for consumption.

[Razz]

[Razz]

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You're right still! I should thank my lucky stars.

And if it WERE found elsewhere, would Robin639275759 still want that prize?

[lol]

[lol]

[lol]

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Tincup, thank you for the huge laugh! And please know I am laughing WITH you, not at you!

That moment of not remember why the heck you are doing some unusual-sounding treatment just rings so true to me!

I attempted a coffee enema this morning with a bag and hose and managed to spray half my bathroom with coffee! Oh well. Nothing like a detoxed linen closet!

Enjoy your smooth, lemony skin! [Smile]

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Anyone for Cosmopolitans tonight?

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quote:
Originally posted by Tincup:
You're right still! I should thank my lucky stars.

And if it WERE found elsewhere, would Robin639275759 still want that prize?


No comment, for once in my life...
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Margarita's never need help. Just add in some tequila and drink. Add some Grand Marnier to make a golden Margarita and you won't remember this post.

If we each have one, we don't have to figure out what you are doing.

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Garden,

I am luckier than I thought. Being covered in lemon juice and salt sounds much nicer now compared to what you were dealing with!

My first recommendation to those doing coffee enemas for the first time is to NOT have any white towels or anything you want to keep in the room with you!

[lol]

Boxer and Elaine,

Sounds like you ladies know how to party! The only thing wrong with that is I don't know where you live so I can join in!

[Big Grin]

Robin6965332...

YOU? SPEECHLESS? HA!

Never in a million years. Come on now, you can do it! Tell us something dear!

And it doesn't have to rhyme!

[Big Grin]

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Oh my goodness! Someone come pick me up off the floor! This one's a keeper!!!!!!

[lol] [lol] [lol]

Hey, I want an umbrella! [Wink]

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OMGosh! I am dying here, lol!

When I first read this, I actually thought you were waiting for the recipe for how to make a margarita! LMBO!

I got a little excited, thinking maybe this was a new treatment for Lyme. TaKillYa might just do the job, right?

Then, Lyme Brain passed, and I realized you were covered in salt and lemon. Yum, yum, lol! At least you smelled lemony fresh for a while, yes?

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This reminds me of the time me and the kitchen both got sprayed with chocolate sauce - I heated up a can of chocolate sauce and then proceeded to open it,

with the result that all the steam in it caused it to spin wildly out of my hands and whirl madly around and around and around and around -

Now what would that be a treatment for? Time-to-clean-the-kitchenitis?

Well, Ms TC, IF - that's IF the umbrella were to end up on top of your head, I'd be willing to open my mouth again, and declare you the raining Ms USA lemon/salt queen...

lol to the rest of you here -

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Chocolate swirling madly around the kitchen sounds like fun! lol AND you are making me hungry for things I am NOT allowed. [Wink] Maybe that could be treatment for a bad sweets or chocolate attack, because you could leave some in every hiding place, and when you really had a craving, you would know just where to look. The kitchen would get clean, eventually, lol!

Too funny!

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Hopes, forgot to mention I had three housemates who just happened to be away at the time, and I managed to basically get the mess cleaned up before they got back!!

And only I knew what that banana-colored kitchen meant - you know, like a yellow banana with small brown spots...

Hm - could it be called licking the problem?

Oh no, we could be getting back full circle to Ms TC's original predicament...

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You all are too funny!

BTW- I did the lemon salt thing again last night and you'd have thought I was an expert at it. Still no clue why I am doing it, but got the procedure down right. I think.

If I remember right... was suppose to do it 3 times a week.

Or was that the flax seed I was suppose to put on my food 3 times a week?

??????

Oh well, at least I think I know what I'm doing! And just to be sure, or at least cover all bases...

I ate another whole lemon tonight! So I am lemon fresh inside and out.

[lol]

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OMG how funny.

All I can say is Tincup should have been using lymes instead of lemons! Silly her!

And yum, chocolate. Maybe if she incorporated a little of that, she wouldn't have ended up with that darn little umbrella in her ear. Tsk tsk.

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Shall we use her as furniture polish, all lemony like?

You guys, now I want a margarita! Geesh, the nerve of you people. Just dangle it out there and take it away.

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TC could mix it up - a little lemon/salt here, a little lime/salt there, a little flax seed sprinkled to stick to the concoctions wherever, add dabs of chocolate.

And make a floor setting with sprinkled magnesium powder, vit C powder, some favorite herbs,

and then chant:
I am healing.
I am getting healthy.
I do whatever it takes to heal.
Whatever it is I'm doing, I know it's healing.
I know at least someone else must know what I'm doing, and it's healing.

There - I'm no longer speechless, at least for this healing moment we're all sharing...

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Margaritas, chocolate, laughter....

Little umbrellas tucked in wrong places

Cosmos, baths...

Skipping the coffee enemas for a minute....

We all had a good belly laugh and no hangover
Who says we can't have fun while we are miserable and sick?

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Dear LymeNet members,

I am the great-great-great grandson of the dearly departed Earl, the spider that use to live in Tincup's keyboard.

Some of you may remember me. For those who don't, name is Earl-Earl-Earl-Earl Junior.

Just wanted you to know Tincup is downstairs on the phone with the 911 operator. From what I overheard...

It seems she found a few brightly colored tiny umbrellas emerging from some strange places and in her confusion over it, rather than rub the lemon and salt mixture on her skin, she drank it and rubbed flax seed meal all over her.

I heard her tell emergency services she looks like a strangely decorated, big brown sweaty mud puddle.

She also had difficulty talking on the phone. I heard some muffled screams as she stuffed an entire loaf of bread down her throat in an attempt to stop the salt and lemon from burning her insides.

I am writing tonight to request some help for her since you all were so helpful when she first got in this predicament, coming forth with all those helpful suggestions and a lot of sympathy.

I am sure she would love to hear from you again, once she returns from the special hospital they are suppose to put her in. I think they called it a "Funny Farm".

IF they let her out that is!

[lol]

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Oh no! Are you telling us that you, a spider, of grand lineage, no less, spied her in THAT condition?

Please let her know that it could be an newly emerging Morgellons variant, this mystery of small colorful umbrellas emerging from who knows where after a half-prepped Margarita mix -

Names are currently being submitted for this new affliction, the top contender being Margarellons.

Not to rain on her parade, but tell her to listen a little more often to "Wasting Away in Margaritaville," and just substitute "Tasting" for "Wasting."

Because, there's been a rumor that the cure might be to add more chocolate to the skin when this happens, which would help muddy things up more. Thanks, Earl(4).

PS Tell her also that she might want to consider creating her sixth website, for her new affliction when they finally let her out -

maybe something like www.emergingumbrellasspied.org or whatever takes her fancy.

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Earl-to-the-fourth Jr.! How comforting to know that someone of your insight and intelligence is there to take over when Tincup is, ahem, "incapacitated."

Sadly, this will surely be the end of her. Presenting to the white-coated as a muddy mixture of flaxseeds and tiny umbrellas is risky business, at best. And with all the salt she's consumed, clearly she will be demanding drink after drink. Can you say "addict?"

I'm sure her medical file can. She will now be denied access to all medical services, except for the extremely alternative, to which she seems to gravitate anyway.

Wait! What am I saying? When you present to the white-coated with such obvious manifestations of Margarellons, they tell you it's all in your head and send you home!

Your beloved TC will be back with you in no time, likely dousing herself in Bailey's, Kahlua, and non-dairy creamer, and calling herself a "Mudslide."

Just add vodka and shake.

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You know, Boxermom, I think it was that list of alternative treatments she asked us all for recently that did her in, sent her over the brink, or drink,

morphed her into another affliction dimension, something that only spiders of grand lineage would know about...

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Indeed.

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Where's Earl? Squished?

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i tell ya, this was a fun read. i feel just horrible today, and this even helped my nausea!!
thanks for the distraction, all of you.

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Beth22, thank you for giving us an endorsement of the healing benefits of Margarellons, TC's recently newly emerging illness.

It appears that anyone who spies small colorful umbrellas emerging out of one's skin after preparing for a Margarita, or who sees them on the skin of pubgoers, etc, will giggle.

If a brochure is ever to be prepared for this new affliction (I personally would look forward to seeing pictures of the emerging umbrellas, AND THEN I will get back to TC about whether I want to claim my prize or not, along with disclaimers), we may be in contact with you for a quote.

This newly discovered illness is actually distantly related to a former bacterial one observed in the '60s, known as MaryPoppinsRisingUmbrellia, whereupon anyone coming into contact with her suddenly sprouted a flying umbrella.

These folks were considered to be high in their time, although they might not have been aware at that time of this proper term for their affliction.

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For those who never met my pet spider ... you might want to check this out.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/3/1883?

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OK you guys, you STILL have me laughing! That feels good!

And it beats the heck out of being rubbed down with salt and lemons, for sure!

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Hey Robin65937586504...

After reading all this...

I think I might have liked you more when you were speechless!

[lol]

OUCH on that little diddy! And I know I'll be punished for making that comment. I'm sitting here hoping she knows I am just funning with her! Someone tell her please!!!!

Hey dogs&cats... You said.. "We all had a good belly laugh and no hangover. Who says we can't have fun while we are miserable and sick?"

AMEN to that!

OOPs, I am being called to action. Gotta run!

Don't be having TOO much fun while I am gone! Ya hear?

[Big Grin]

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where do i get this prescription ?
one dose of laughter every day.. 10 refills
 - thanks to earl

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Hey, Payne - you found an umbrella! Now THAT looks like summer!

Ok, Ms TC, if you were kind enough to offer me imaginary umbrellas, I suppose I should be kind enough to accept - thx for thinking of me!

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I can only tell you all,

The Lord is Our Shepherd and I pray each and everyone of you have a Blessing from Him soon.

much loved this family that adopted me.
lymeadoption4U @ .org [group hug]

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TC,

Google lemon salt health benefits, and you will glean some answers as to why you decided to become a marguirita(sp?) Anyway, something I came across is that the combo is supposed to calm aching joints.

The sea salt has antibacterial, antiviral capabilities, and the lemon is full of electrolytes.

Oh yeah, and if you drink it, you might see some worms exciting, cause they hate the stuff. [Big Grin]

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PARASITES/WORMS ARE NOW
RECOGNIZED AS THE NUMBER 1 CO-INFECTION IN LYME DISEASE BY ILADS*

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Worms & Umbrellas? Covered in flax seed meal?

Hmmmmmmmmm????

Just sitting here wondering why life is so grand!

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