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1. I am making notes on the Xenogenesis trilogy. I plan to put them into semi-coherent form and post them here and on my blog, for input, prior to my leaving for WisCon. I'm terrible at taking notes on a panel while I am on said panel, even if I'm not moderating, but hopefully someone else will take notes. I will write down what I can.

2. I am still searching for which of my shirts is the perfect one to wear with my glittery pink sweater, which I bought on clearance a few months ago. It's a dark pink with gold metallic threads; also there is a small wool content, so that and the metallic thread means I can only wear it with long sleeves beneath. My pink shirts, or my pink flowered shirt, are a bit much with it. White and neutrals are fine but not adventurous. Today's attempt is a small-scale flower print shirt from the Gap. The shirt doesn't flatter me that much in fit, but the print and colors (light blue, purply blue. leavender, yellow, brown) go awesomely with a number of my sweaters, so I wear it beneath things. So far, I like the combination, though it's making me have good thoughts for the white/pink combination as well.

3. Whey protein update: I haven't tried any of the awesome recipes ya'll gave me yet, but dumping it atop cereal in milk has been quite adequate. I also mixed some with first soy butter and then peanut butter, and that worked out well though it wasn't tidy.



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Apr. 30th, 2013 05:44 pm (UTC)
Ew I can't take notes while I'm speaking, either. I can be very organized as long as someone else is doing all the talking and leading at the time.

Soy nut butter and peanut butter = yum. Though my favourites are raw almond butter and cashew butter... and sunflower seed butter. Have you had? Though I mix with various fruits etc. rather than dairy. Nuts + fruit = one happy college student :)
Apr. 30th, 2013 06:50 pm (UTC)
I've tried almond and sunflower seed, but not cashew. I liked the sunflower seed quite a bit, but either my mixing wasn't enough or it was runnier than I prefer. It would drip on my fingers when I put it on crackers.
Apr. 30th, 2013 09:46 pm (UTC)
I had the same problem at first. They solidify if you refrigerate them. Also most nut or seed butters (if they don't have added hydrogenated oils) will separate, and if you pour off the top layer of oil instead of stirring it in, they'll be much thicker.
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