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It takes some getting used to with really curly hair, I get it tangled once in a while (the hair kinda wraps around it even though you are starting on the ends and working up) I will see how it does when I get used to it, it's made well and very attractive.
you really should check this book out. There isn't a lot of direct reference to PCOS in this book, but if you do your research you'll find that Insulin Resistance is named as a probably culprit of PCOS. There are many Low Carb programs out there and I've tried them all only to revert back to my old eating habits and regain weight that was so hard to lose. The Link and Balance approach outlined in this book is one that really could be done forever--it's easy to do and satisfies the needs to eat some carbs. Makes a lot of sense to limit the amount of carbs eaten within a 2-hour window and always balance them with adequate protein. I've even been able to find fast food meal solutions and eat socially without feeling left out or deprived.
Download process was fast and easy, and activated right away. But before I could Install it I had to uninstall previous Norton versions I had (2011), and uninstall other anti virus programs but only had one more day left on my subscription, so didn't matter to me. Overall I loved it and beats buying retail for 40 dollars.
As all the Longmire books, it's hard to put down once you get into the meat of it. This one is no exception and with the backdrop of Sturgis bike festival, it's not the typical place you'd expect to find Longmire. Interesting story and, as usual, not easy to figure out who the real culprit really is. Another fine outing for Walt Longmire and Henry.
In preparation for our first flight with our daughter, we purchased this Playmobile Security Check point. It was to our benefit. This security check point comes equipped with TSA agents that have no verbal communication, no sense of reality, and limited flexibility. The checkpoint was very real to life; since we did not read all directions before beginning to play with the toy, sirens went off and we were told to move away from the toy, separate ourselves and face the wall. After proper instruction and many repetitions of proper behavior, we were able to play with the toy again, but we had been red flagged so we had to be very careful what we said or did as to not set off another set of alarms.