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Ok fat ladies, I need your help!

Fat dudes, too, actually.

I have a problem. I collect clothes.

I have two.. possibly three garbage sacks full of great condition (some even unworn) clothes sized 26/28. These clothes need to go to a good home. I don't want to donate them goodwill if I dont have to, but these need to go QUICK. I'm not gonna charge anything for 'em, but if anyone knows what I can do with them, that would be great.

Also, I have about 3 garbage sacks full of mens shirts and pants. shirt sizes 2x 2xlt, 3x, 3xlt. Pants sizes 46/48.

SO lemme know if you have any ideas! Free to good home, Totally willing to cram them into a flat rate box and ship them somewhere if you pay the shipping fee. lol.

Thanks guys!

Long time no.... yeah.

Hey everyone!

Hows it goin? I know its been a while, but things have been super busy. Also, we're moving in October, and I am REALLY looking forward to that. We're not moving far, but its a new start, a new place, and I'm hoping we'll be able to rent a house like we want, but if we end up with our "back up" apartment, thats fine too. I'll be happy not being in a big city, and I'm also looking forward to having my "office" in a room with a door, rather than just the kitchen table.

So hopefully when we move this time, I'll be able to get some friends to come visit me. *hopes*

Anyways, once we move, I'll be back on Livejournal more, but for now.. check out my blog- FaeriedTreasures
I try to update there pretty often, and its a pretty good way to get ahold of me! hehe

For now, have a great day folks!

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Hey guys.

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Let me know that you're from LJ and I will send a little free gift, too!

Oh, and PS.

Check out my Etsy shop, and see what I've been up to!

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A soap Inspired by me! 

Lots of thoughts.

And there has been some talk about moving back to portland, if we can find Aaron a job down there that pays more than what he makes up here.

...Don't quote me on it yet, but I'm hopeful. I miss my neck of the woods. Really, I do.

Otherwise, things have been busy busy busy!  Tomorrow I'm going to bump up my daily exercise again, which will be nice. Hopefully this cold weather will go away soon so I  dont feel so crappy when I breathe in the cold air! (part of the pain of the meds I'm on, I react really poorly to cold weather) But I'll just have to deal with it until the weather improves.

Today was lazy, but tomorrow I have my work cut out for me.

So how has everyone been? 

I <3 U

Need a heart?

I'm having a super duper 50% off sale on my little red heart post earrings! Were 5$, now only 2.50$

AND! They come with a free red "conversation" heart plastic gift box.

Inexpensive and fun, only a few pairs left!


And have a happy valentines day weekend!

long time, no post.

Hey ya'll, hows it goin? I've been SO busy with Etsy shop stuff and house stuff, and working out and attempting to eat well.... *smile*

Doing good, keepin happy. SO GLAD that the winter is soon giving way to Spring.

I still have letters to send to a bunch of you guys, so keep your lids peeled.

Just wanted to say hi!



Oatmeal Jam squares

2 1/2 cups rolled Oats
1- 3/4 cups flour (either all purpose or half all purpose, half wheat)
1 cup melted butter or margarine (you can make this recipe completely vegan if you use Earth Balance)
1 cup packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 cup jam, jelly, applesauce or mashed up fruit. ( I use raspberry, strawberry or apricot most often. You can also mix jam flavours, if you have odds and ends in your fridge!)

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit

Mix everything but the jam together in a bowl.

Separate 2 cups of the mixture, press the rest of it into a 13×9in greased pan.

Spread the jam over that as evenly as possible. If the jam is especially thick, you may need  to warm it up a bit in the microwave and pour it onto the bottom layer of the oat mixture.

Sprinkle the rest of the oat mixture on top of the preserves. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the top of the cookie is golden brown. Cool. Cut into little squares.

Make sure you allow the cookie to cool COMPLETELY (about an hour) before cutting it, or the result will be a big gooey mess that burns your tongue. I know this because I made them last winter and couldn’t hold myself back, so I spooned a bit into my mouth, burning my tongue and the roof of my mouth. The small piece of missing cookie caused the rest of the cookie to slide forward and turn into a big gooey problem. it tasted delicious, but it looked awful.