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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt3)

GL tomorrow, Raquel!

And since you are a future doctor, take note of this home remedy for seasonal allergy from my friend. 2 teaspoon of local honey everyday. It works for him and seems pretty good for hubby and me. The theory is honey from local bees collecting pollen in local area, it will help boost the immune system toward the pollen. That's why the honey must be local.

Since we have lots of lemon on hand, hubby and I are drinking tea with slices of lemon plus honey to help our immune system for both allergy and cold.
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It actually makes sense
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Also, this friend of ours has a very low opinion on Swiss. When he was a small boy, his father was an expatriate in Switzerland with his mother and two older brothers. Swiss rejected foreigners and at that time, there's no school for US expatriates' children there. He went to kindergarten while his brothers were in grade school with local kids. They did not speak the language and they were bullied badly. Since his teacher could not communicate with him, she just gave him toys during class and left him alone. Then the other kids came and took everything from him. His brothers had to walk home back to back as they would be attacked by the other kids. His mother cried everyday sending her kids to school.
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GL tomorrow, Raquel!

And since you are a future doctor, take note of this home remedy for seasonal allergy from my friend. 2 teaspoon of local honey everyday. It works for him and seems pretty good for hubby and me. The theory is honey from local bees collecting pollen in local area, it will help boost the immune system toward the pollen. That's why the honey must be local.

Since we have lots of lemon on hand, hubby and I are drinking tea with slices of lemon plus honey to help our immune system for both allergy and cold.
Has to be pollen honey tho, right?

I"m not sure about it. I eat honey from Moab and Colorado. The moab guy isn't sure his honey is from pollen producing plants. He talked to me about it for -- seemingly hours, but I think it was a few minutes.

Also,I edited my post so it makes sense now.
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Also, this friend of ours has a very low opinion on Swiss. When he was a small boy, his father was an expatriate in Switzerland with his mother and two older brothers. Swiss rejected foreigners and at that time, there's no school for US expatriates' children there. He went to kindergarten while his brothers were in grade school with local kids. They did not speak the language and they were bullied badly. Since his teacher could not communicate with him, she just gave him toys during class and left him alone. Then the other kids came and took everything from him. His brothers had to walk home back to back as they would be attacked by the other kids. His mother cried everyday sending her kids to school.
Was it in Basel?

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Was it in Basel?

I will have to ask him. I joint the conversation at the later stage so I did not know where he was. I was with his wife commiserating about stubborn men
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There is only one thing we say about failing the very last exam? Not today!



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It's actually 3 exams in the same day, actually. Just to make sure you're aware of all the facts.
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So beautiful can I share it on facebook?
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So beautiful can I share it on facebook?
Of course, it's from AO. Did you see the "Nole calling you" one? I added it afterward.
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I saw now he looks happy talking to me. Thank you vmom. Ok, off for one hour to do some intense studying, back for mor strengths later.
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