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I've been a QuickBooks groupie for a while now (since the DOS version!)...and every year I wonder what new features can Intuit put in the program that I'll want or need. I love how this year they changed the interface (clean home screen) so it's easy to read; changed the organization of the customers, vendors and employees so I can keep track of a lot more information in an organized fashion and, my favorite, given me the preference to make time and expenses billable or non-billable (ability to invoice my customers based on time and expenses - it wasn't consistent before and I couldn't turn it on and off).
I am a QuickBooks Advanced Certified ProAdvisor and occasional contractor for Intuit.
A little over six years ago I was one day away from death, according to my doctors, when I was finally hospitalized for ulcerative colitis. At that point, I'd been extremely sick for years, hadn't eaten much for a long time, had eaten nothing for two months, and could no longer hold down the tea with honey and salt I'd been living on. A doctor who had watched my colonoscopy had gasped with horror at the picture on the screen. My eminent doctors would come into my hospital room every day to tell me that I'd better be realistic and accept the fact that I was going to be an extremely sick woman for the rest of my life, and would constantly be on drugs such as Prednisone (I was hooked up to IV Prednisone in the hospital) and Cyclosporin. They predicted that the drugs would stop working, I would eventually end up having surgery to remove my colon, and then, if all went well, another surgery to reattach the small intestine in order to avoid having to use a bag for the rest of my life. The doctors told me to concentrate on white bread, pasta and rice, plus other low residue foods to try to minimize symptoms, but they did emphasize that diet made absolutely no difference in the course of the disease.
I had been inhaling Prednisone for my asthma for years and already had serious side effects from it. The high dose IV Prednisone that took me four months from which to taper permanently damaged my vocal cords, and I'm still fighting some of the effects of the drug. I would not have survived much longer if I'd kept taking Prednisone, as my immune system, always very weak, didn't seem to function at all while I was on it. And many of the side effects were so unbearable that survival, even for someone who loves life as much as I, didn't seem quite as desirable if Prednisone would be a constant feature of my life.
Miraculously, a couple months after I got out of the hospital, I heard Elaine Gottschall talking about her book on Dr. Ronald Hoffman's radio show. Therefore, instead of going further downhill from drugs with such serious side effects, and continuing to suffer as my doctors had predicted, I started on the road to recovery.
The Specific Carbohydrate Diet may be difficult to follow at first, especially for people who have not been used to cooking. However, it is a miracle for those with IBD (or other intestinal problems), and has even helped people with conditions that would not seem, on the face of it, to be related to the gut. To say it's worth the effort to follow this diet would be a vast understatement. Giving up some foods in exchange for a life free of drugs, surgery and debilitating illness seems like more than a fair exchange to me. In fact, this is not a diet of deprivation, as the allowed foods are delicious and the diet is extremely nutritious. There are wonderful recipes in the book (and in *Lucy's Specific Carbohydrate Diet Cookbook* by Lucy Rosset), and many conventional recipes can be altered to be SCD legal. For those who need more information, there is an excellent, official BreakingTheViciousCycle site, with help for those starting out, an excellent FAQ, and more.
Finding Elaine Gottschall's book was a miracle, and it has saved my life. Thank you, Elaine!
I will try to make it short and sweet, Pink Floyd, The Wall is a great album with some very good songs on it. The best in my opinion being on disc 2: Comfortably Numb. This song alone is worth it, I'm a heavy rocker, but even I can appreciate such a well composed song. Comfortably Numb is a song that is probably best experienced with your eyes closed, volume up,and an open mind, because it will give you goose bumps. It is a song to get lost into, I can't explain it, you will just have to listen to it.
This book was recommended to me by my sister-in-law and I swear by it! As a new mom, I had TONS of questions in the first couple of months and this book answered almost all of them! It covers everything from eating, sleeping, vaccinations, poop (yes, you will wonder if your baby's poop is normal), developmental milestones and so much more. I refer to this book at least once a week for various reasons. Its so helpful that I buy this book for as a baby shower gift for all my friends who are a first time mom.
The only issue I had was the power source. I wanted the processor to be small enough and powerful enough to run anything from a toaster to full anthropomorphic toaster. I've been working on a cybernetic hand I've been calling Mr. Grip-it and have been toying around with putting it on a custom made, fully functional, cybernetic statue I made of my favorite ex-action star, Jean Claud Van Damn but it just didn't seem to fit so I retro-fitted it to an older version I called Autonomous Radioactive Neural Overblown Lead Destroyer or A.R.N.O.L.D for short. I have a few friends who don't think this was such a good idea but if I've learned anything from TV and popular culture it's that nothing bad can ever come from creating a new species of sentient robots, right @Mr. Anderson, @Bill Adama, @John Conner, @Dr. Dave Bowman and @Rick Deckard ?