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Indie Banditas Bazaar!

Buy Handmade this year! Come and check out my art at the Indie Banditas Bazaar on Bainbridge Island. Friday Nov. 27 & Sat the 28 10-5 at the Woodward Middle School on Sportsman Club Road.

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Posted on November 19, 2009
3 comments
  1. Kim November 20, 2009

    Cute!

  2. BLUEYEDUCKstudios December 19, 2009

    you slay me !

    :)

  3. daysease March 9, 2010

    I found you from a past post on The Steampunk Home. I absolutely LOVE your steampunk kid art. They are so fun! I am still perusing your works, but I really love this one.

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Mechanical Owls with Sunflowers PRINT

I have a print available of one of my new paintings. You can buy direct from my website with paypal! Mechanical Owls with Sunflowers Print

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Posted on November 6, 2009
4 comments
  1. Sal November 6, 2009

    Gorgeous colours, Amy :)

  2. Sara November 8, 2009

    Wow, this is gorgeous. I love the composition here. The owls and flowers look great filling the page. Lovely colors as well.

  3. Bridget November 15, 2009

    This one is gorgeous…I recently did some biomorphic fish inspired, in part, by your mechanical creatures….
    you can check em out on my blog post…let me know what you think, k?
    http://bdorsa.blogspot.com/search/label/biomorphic

  4. Bridget November 16, 2009

    http://bdorsa.blogspot.com/search/label/biomorphic

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Gluten, Soy, Corn & Dairy free

The gluten, soy, corn & dairy free diet is going fairly well. Although I have discovered corn hides in the oddest of foods. Baking powder? Really? Dang. This is difficult. But I am trying to remain inspired and look at it as a challenge. (I am SO craving pizza). I feel so great! I didn’t realize how much inflammation the foods were causing. I feel like a different person! My blood pressure is much lower now (was 140 over something when I first went to naturopath now it is 110 over 72). I am not experiencing as much pain and even my headaches are much better! Now if I can just avoid that pizza…

Posted on November 5, 2009
3 comments
  1. Nicole November 5, 2009

    Do you have zPizza in your area? I've heard their gluten free pizza is delish

  2. orion713 November 5, 2009

    No we don't have that near here. :(

  3. Troy Johnson November 10, 2009

    stillridingpizza.com/ makes pizza crusts that are okay (Pizza Works in Kenmore has a bunch of different gluten-free options for pizzas, the really good gluten free pizza crust has corn in it though)

    Glutino pizza crusts are pretty easy to order and they are okay too. (their english muffins are actually not bad at all….good is always a stretch with gluten free baked goods)

    Ener-G products are uniformly foul, but sometimes they are the only ones with few enough allergens. I think doing without is preferable to their products.

    Some other products that are actually pretty good are WoW gluten-free cookies. They have them at Tully's now and they are pretty darn yummy.

    Tinkyada is the best rice-pasta brand. The others don't stack up texture-wise.

    Some info people may not have passed on to you yet:

    Don't buy bulk foods–they are almost always contaminated with flour. Flour gets everywhere and into everything.

    Wooden spoons retain proteins, so they can be contaminated. I didn't find this out for a couple years so I figured mine were okay by then. I think I would have just sanded them anyway since most of them were my Grandmas.

    I'm like you, I cook everything from scratch so the shift was not a huge deal for me. Not being able to eat out very often is a bummer though.

    I have been gluten free for, I think three years now, so if you have any questions just holler.

    Hope all is well,
    Troy

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