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At 8:17 on December 3, 2009, Lorraine Flood said…
I think it would. I took it and it stopped my bone spurs and I haven't had any for about two years. I take it every day for bone structure and osteoporosis prevention. It is a pill, but it is all natural product. You can see and read about it at shaklee.com. If you would like more information or how to get it from a dealer let me know and I'll give you my sister's name if you are interested.
At 6:11 on December 3, 2009, Lorraine Flood said…
Hi - I know what they are like. My sister sells Shaklee and I bought some OsteoMatrix, and I haven't had any bone spurs since. II have no more bone spurs t's been at least three years. I still take it because it is good for your joints. Let me know if you would be interested in it.
At 20:10 on December 2, 2009, Deborah M. said…
I LOVE it. It took a little bit to figure it out, but once I did, it's a piece of cake now. Saves me HOURS of typing labels. I got mine on Amazon for about $70. Someone posted a couple days ago about a sale at NewEgg.com (very reputable place) for $35. I would have snatched it up. You can do a search for Brother GL-570 and see the thread about it.
At 10:37 on December 2, 2009, Laura Rosen said…
Dear Kelli:

Where do I find Cover Depo and the places to click on?

Laura Rosen
At 9:50 on December 2, 2009, Kelli Combs (admin) said…
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At 15:52 on November 29, 2009, Mary Jo Cochran said…
Regarding the old lady - were you in Florida??? I'm not going to go into my story, but it wasn't good. Today I keep a portable camera in my car, and paper and pen.
At 18:42 on November 28, 2009, Ruth Valdivia said…
I do need to find one and did look through the list. Thanks.
At 17:55 on November 28, 2009, Ruth Valdivia said…
my court reporting friend, Leslie
At 14:51 on November 28, 2009, kathy - iamwrdsmth said…
Hi, Kelli,
I just up loaded some more pictures to my home page, and the "slide show" is
not working. do I have to click or do something else?
thanks,
kathy hettick
At 12:16 on November 24, 2009, Christine Kirley said…
Kelli,
I just sent an email to the address you just gave me and it was returned. Could you please send me an email from your aol.com address, and I will send you the screeenshot we spoke of. Thanks so much. It was good talking to you!
At 15:55 on November 23, 2009, Reid Bryce Robbins said…
I would say keep wearing the nail polish and bring in an assistant to mark the exhibits (s)
At 22:11 on November 21, 2009, Andrea M. Ignacio Howard said…
Kelli, Love the picture. You look stunning. Congrats on the 10k. I was just thinking to myself that's one of my items in my "Bucket List." Thank you for CSRNation. It's the best thing that has happened for our industry!
At 14:38 on November 21, 2009, Kyung said…
It might be too early for Xmas, but if everybody else is doing it.

The pumpkins are just a pic that I tiled across the middle section. The cat turned out nice. I was surprised actually.
At 9:37 on November 21, 2009, Kyung said…
You could do a holiday theme. But instead of going for the red and green, you could go with Crimsons, burgundy and golds. Maybe the header in Burgundy, then then the background could be shades of cream and gold accents, so it's not the bright white.

Or you could go with blues & greens.

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