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  1. Hey, that’s me up there! Thanks for the shoutout, Pam! 🙂

    That soup is really delicious and I’ve added it to our regular roster. Nothing like good old fashioned chicken soup, like you said, an this one adds that little extra punch of lemon so you get some bonus vitamin C. And it’s fast. With a sick kid (or six, God forbid) nobody has time for intensive labor.

    I can’t think of anything we do to try and stay healthy that you didn’t mention – it’s all just common sense, really, and being proactive if you think about it. Knock on wood, we don’t get sick here all too often. I’m the wild card in the mix because with my RA I have a compromised immune system and I can’t fight things off as easily as most people can. So we have been really paying attention to diet and nutrition the last couple of years and the results are amazing. So simple and yet mind-boggling at the same time. I’m amazed at how much better we all feel when we eat well. I admit I could do better in the sleep department – I’m a terrible insomniac. But I know there are probably a dozen helps for that if I’d read my own material a little closer and see how to help that.

    And on that note, I think I may actually put myself to bed early tonight. Thanks again for the shout out on the soup!

  2. It’s nice to know that we’re not the only family that does the quarantine thing, it’s a little tiring but it sure does help keep the germs from spreading around the family. We’re also big believers in keeping our kids home if they are sick. It’s harder to do with our oldest who’s now in highschool and refuses to miss school unless he feels he’s super sick. But we’ll keep our youngest home for a day or two even if it’s just a cold he’s developing. We’ve found he tends to bounce back faster that way, and it helps to keep from passing it around his class.

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