East of Eden
Princess of the pea and Queen of all I see.
I've noticed that Graham and some of his guests wear these little red rosettes from time to time.3 AnswersTalk Shows1 decade ago
I have a blogger, blog that I don't want to show up in Google (or any other searches). I know you can choose to make your blogger profile not show up in searches, but is there a way to make my blog un-google-able?1 AnswerGoogle1 decade ago
After two miscarraiges, my OBGYN has suggested that I take progesterone druing my next pregnancy. Has anyone had experience with this, and if so, what manner is the progesterone administered--oral, shot, other? What can I expect with taking progesterone as well? Thanks for your help.7 AnswersPregnancy1 decade ago
After two miscarraiges, my OBGYN has suggested that I take progesterone druing my next pregnancy. Has anyone had experience with this, and if so, what manner is the progesterone administered--oral, shot, other? What can I expect with taking progesterone as well? Thanks for your help.3 AnswersPregnancy1 decade ago
I remember watching a movie when I was a very young child but I can't remember the name of it.
I think it was a Disney, but I'm not sure. The plot goes as follows: A family with a young boy moves into an old ante-bellum house in the south. They drive a wood paneled station wagon. The boy, discoveres that the house is haunted by the spirit of a young girl who used to live there but was killed. She appears to him and says something like "...and the spirit's journey will be done..." So he has to find her doll, because that has the clue to her murder in it. He finds the doll in an old well on the property and the spirit of the little girl can rest.
Do you know what movie I"m talking about? Please help, thanks.3 AnswersMovies1 decade ago
I recenlty switched from Ortho-Tricyclen Lo to Ortho-Tricyclen Regular. Today my period has stared a week early. I wanted to know if anyone has had similar experiences with these two b/c brands or any other brand for that matter. I don't think I need to be concerned, but I'd like to hear any experiences. Serious answers only, and don't tell me to go to the doctor---I know that on my own. I'm just looking for similar experiences....thanks.3 AnswersWomen's Health1 decade ago
I have a recipe for a cake glaze which calls for the following:
1/2 c butter
1/4 c water
1 c sugar
1/2 c dark rum
Is there anything that could be substutited for the rum? Perhaps a juice of some kind? Using alcohol is not an option for me, so serirous answers are appreciated.
Thanks for the help.10 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
I remember seeing a movie in the 90s, I really enjoyed it but can't remember the name of it.
The plot is such: The story is set in the 1960s and is about a mother (I think played by Shirley McClaine) who has two daughers. The older daughter was played by Kathy Bates, and the charachter was called Barbara-Bibi for short, and had two sons. They move to Califorina to start over. The younger daughter (can't remember the actress who played her or characheter name) was also a single mother of one son. She had a "Jackie-O/movie start" fascination, while her son thought he was Superman and was always getting into trouble that way. The matriarch of the family ends up falling in love with a widower who owned an Italian resutrant--and they try to find some sort of happily ever after.
Sound familiar? What is the name of this movie?5 AnswersMovies1 decade ago
I'm researching (for my own information) the effects of STEVIA as a sweetner on the body, specifically for diabetics and people who have had heart attacks. Is this safe? What have been your experiences using STEVIA. Where can this product be bought?3 AnswersDiet & Fitness1 decade ago
Over the Thanksgiving holiday we were with family who use Splenda (sucralose) instead of sugar as a sweetner. I noticed my spouse experienced migranes and nausea after eating things with Splenda in them. Has anyone else expeirenced this or similar adverse health effects after eating or drinking Splenda? Are there any credible websites which talk about the effects of Splenda on the body?7 AnswersDiet & Fitness1 decade ago
What is the name of the musical instrument that Reese Witherspoon plays as June Carter Cash in the movie "Walk the Line"? June Carter Cash also played this is real life. It's a square, stringed instrument held close to the face when played. There was also a picture of it in the liner notes of June's last CD "Wildwood Flower".4 AnswersMusic1 decade ago
I'm looking for more information on PCOS. I'd like to hear from women that have this condition. Have you tried any fertility treatments, and what were your experiences? How were you diagnosed? Have you found any books or websites with good, credible information on the causes, symptoms and possible treatment? Any other information you would like to share would also be helpful. Thanks in advance.8 AnswersWomen's Health1 decade ago
I'm looking for the name of a French language film, I think from Belgium which was released some time in the 1990s. This movie is about a butcher/society of canibals. The butcher has a daughter who falls in love with his victim, who rents a room from them, and saves him with the help of grain loving underground commandos. What is the name of this movie? Thanks for the help.6 AnswersMovies1 decade ago