New me, new house! And what I actually did to my rib!


Debbie's bird pictures from GoodyThis week – new diet, new house! All decorated when I was away! Plus – what do you think of the new sofa? And – things to eat before you're 100 – how many have you tasted in your life so far?

New diet, new house!
Following last week's fabulous macrobiotic cookery week, this week's blog has a slight food theme! First tho', I came home to a newly decorated house and a new greenhouse, courtesy of my lovely family, who all got together to treat me as a special 'big birthday' present!

Debbie's newly decorated loungeWalls and glossing all done – and they even cleaned the carpet – using the Vax of course! Then, inspired by a birthday present, I got a turquoise sofa, to match the lovely pics (above left) that pal Goody bought me for my birthday when we were at the wine tasting at Denbies a few weeks back.

Debbie's new greenhouseSo now it all looks wonderful and am very calm and relaxed in there – the de-clutter helped too, of course! Am sooo grateful about the greenhouse too – means my back room is freed up from seedlings and young plants once more, now they can live safely in a fully enclosed greenhouse! 

One of the things I've already begun is sprouting stuff. Literally, sprouting it from scratch, using packets of seeds, peas etc. and a special Sprouting trays'sprouter'. It only takes a few days – well, you know how fast mustard and cress used to grow, from school? Then you have succulent, vibrant new shoots to go munch on and add to salads etc! All part of the fab macrobiotic thing that's kept going – so far anyway! It's not cheap, so doing your own sprouting is a good idea, methinks!

Macrobiotic foodsAnyway, I've managed to kit out my kitchen with much of the appropriate ingredients and some of the appropriate accoutrements to make my job a bit easier. When it comes to mealtimes, I'm now a bone fide 'cook' – which I've never been in my whole life! And some of the meals have been lovely! (See EAT below). Am very happy with my progress so far – well it's only been a week, give it time! Hehe! Anyone else been doing well with a new eating plan? Let me know below!

Things to taste before you're 100
Things to eat before you're 100Remember the list from the National Trust a couple of weeks ago, where they featured things to do before you're 11, that were quite old school and went back to basics, like climbing a tree, eating an apple you've picked yourself etc? Well it made me smile when a newspaper journalist followed up with a new type of list – things to eat before you die! Gosh what a diverse list THAT ONE is! Again, click on the to enlarge the list.

Number 83 for instance is sauerkraut – Marlene was mentioning how good for you that can be – enzyme rich and with bacteria that improve the digestion apparently. Go here for more info about other foods on the list which could potentially be very good for you! Well I've had a theme for the past few weeks, so why not continue with it! Lol!

Then count how many you've eaten in your life, and let me know below! Mine comes to about 30 odd, including one which I just added last week – number 97 – and very tasty it is too! What's yours – leave me a comment if you've come across any of the more unusual ones! Let me know by leaving it below. (And if you've never left one before, see the P.S below where I explain how).

All week I've had some fab comments about the food we cooked last week on my macrobiotic holiday – and comments like 'that must have been some amazing cookery course if you're now good – you were rubbish before!'. Well don't forget I only posted pics of the dishes that turned out well! Of COURSE there were a few… shall we say, mishaps, along the way! Just to make you smile, here's a pic of the spring greens we cooked – mine, and how it should have looked! Guess which is which! Lol. (I have been eating it regularly though – you're supposed to have some every day. And miso soup! Check!)

                              Greens 1                   

IDIOT – just a quick snippet about something I did that made me burst out laughing on the way to work this week. Have you ever done anything like this, in a 'brain in neutral' moment?! There I was, accompanied by Mr Back-of-My-Tandem, mid-conversation, when we turned onto the A3 and picked up speed. Suddenly I couldn't hear him talking very easily, so guess what I did? I only went and reached for the volume switch on the radio! What a div! No other word for it – just div!

Hidden sugar in drinksThis week's science bit – well, loosely speaking – was spotted in the newspapers not long ago – click on the pic to see more. Showing that more and more people are becoming aware of the link between too much sugar and bad health – if you're interested let me know, 'cos I find so much stuff I'd like to share, but it's really hard to include too much of it here in a blog like this without it getting boring for some!

Leave me a comment below if you're enjoying reading this kind of stuff and I'll keep it up! NB. as the experts said on the macrobiotic course last week, you have to take everything in moderation and have balance, and it's over-indulging that is the root problem. Happy that they have a glass of wine every so often, just as I choose to have a square of dark choc when I get the urge. But watch those sugary drinks, as often there's 4 teaspoons of sugar in just one can!

OK ladies – final 'Solo Cougar's Survival Kit' tip #20 of 20! What every girl needs to survive on your own is – new interests! For instance, dare to do something different every month, as a starter. Then you can start your own TiFFT* club.

Dating show advertOr, take the plunge and go as far as appearing on a dating show – click on the pic to read more about the new Channel 4 programme. If nothing else, sign up for the 'daily deals' emails for the things that have kept me so entertained over the past year or so.

Anything else you think I should have added to the Solo Cougar's Survival Kit? Leave me a comment below to tell me more! And hope you've enjoyed my list. Look back over the past weeks of blogs to see them all. And good luck!

Facebook fun and Tweet talk
Got to say Mr Back-of-My-Tandem impressed me this week being all 'down wiv da kids' by knowing all about this 'YouTube sensation' – have you come across it? It's Keenan Cahill and he's become so popular, with his funny lip-synching videos from his bedroom – that they've been getting millions of hits – some over 40 MILLION! Goodness me! Why? You just HAVE to watch this! And apparently there's a new development which I'll tell you about next week! Watch though – very amusing!

Well I was away last week so missed bringing you this one – from the Antthony show I did just before I went to Scotland. The man's a marvel – even if he does get up to mischief in his down-time! Lol…

And you wait till you see what's coming in next week's bloopers! It's been a busy few days on air! Lol.

WATCH - OK, it's a different one this week, since I had to get my blog in early to the lovely Sally who works in the web team, so she could post it (I just send the words and pics and links to her and she kindly puts them onto the website). Well I was speaking to my sister Linda, and she was going on about the Cameron Diaz DVD, 'Bad Teacher'.

So I watched the trailer, ordered the movie on my Blockbuster rental service, and am ready to watch it. BUT I haven't yet – so I want this week's review to come from you guys – fancy watching it 'with' me and/or putting a review on here for ME to find out what YOU all think, for a change? Doesn't have to be 'Bad Teacher' actually, but it'd be great if it is! Then I can add my OWN film review in a comment below during the next week too!

More macrobiotic foodsEAT -
well, what can I say?! From spring greens in toasted sesame oil with gamachio, to scrambled tofu to bean paté, I've been keeping up the macrobiotic way of cooking and living and eating. And it's meant a couple of things – being 'mucus-free' in my breathing, and in the mornings (compared to what I was like before – it wasn't terrible, but sadly it got worse when I ate dairy – which I love!).

My fridge is chocka with organic fresh stuff, and some veggie meals which are sooo tasty. My belly's settled down now it's more used to it all, and my mind has got a lot more focussed and calm. In fact, I noticed it tonight driving home after the Diane Gilman/Honora day, when I was completely road-rage free and not in a rush to get home, as I used to be. Weird!

Anyway there's just one casualty of my week in Scotland – my rib! Turns out, according to the specialist, I've popped the front floating right rib out of its hole in the cartilage – now it feels llike something's in the way when I'm leaning over, breathing, you know, that sort of thing! Anyone got any idea what to do about it, other than the basic gentle exercise and ibuprofen gel, let me know! :-). Silly macrobiotic Debbie, climbing thru' that window! (see last week's Snippets).

QVC - this week I are been mostly using – the NEW Kuhn Rikon knives – our new Today's Special Value today (May 2nd)! Reason is, I've been chopping and dicing every day, continuing my lovely new eating regime by making most of it myself – macrobiotic food is so tasty and fresh!

Next week – the 50th birthday get together with extended family and friends – in a village hall if rain stops play! And some lovely moments on air with Ralph from Honora Pearls – it'll be a good one! :-)

Also, a first day rehearsing and getting used to the new studios, in advance of our big move early June. And more from 'YouTube sensation' Keenan Cahill. Plus a fabulous new product competition from bareMinerals.

Have a great week yourself, and don't forget to leave me a comment below! About anything, or about the comments above! Take care – and thanks in advance!


P.S. If you've never left a comment, it's simple. Where it says 'name', just give yourself a monicker – doesn't have to be your full name, just something – like I'd be 'Debs F', for instance. Then put your email address. This is for authentication purposes only and is never – never – given to anyone else, or used to hound you with marketing. And it won't appear on your comment, only your name will. So go for it – let's see how many new people I can get leaving their very first comment on here this week! If it won't let you post, it just means you've taken a long time and it's timed out – just copy your text so you don't lose it, refresh the page, then you can paste it back in and press 'post'! Easy! Go for it, and leave me a comment!

P.P.S. * TiFFT = Try it for the First Time club


  1. Louloudi May 2, 2012 at 5:56 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    Yes, I have been inspired by your comments. I have always wanted to do this, leaving a comment but not sure where it’d go or how to. Thanks for yr encouragements and instructions of course.
    Well, to let you know how much I have enjoyed reading your news every week. You are like a fountain of knowledge. I admire your passion and enthusiasm. Bravo to you!!
    Hope this is the first of many more to come. have a great week ahead.
    Louloudi xx

  2. martin forbes May 2, 2012 at 7:10 pm -  Reply

    happy 50th birthday debs you dont look it you only look 40

  3. Susan May 2, 2012 at 9:26 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs,
    You’re new living room is beautiful…not that I know what it was like before…but very calming. Lovely lovely. And what an amazing gift from your family! I’d love to be able to do something like that for Mum…or even myself lol. Do love your new sofa yes. Hope the rib gets better soon before I forget to say. Horrible. Re: the food know me..that’s my life but I always try to be careful about what I say as it’s a funny area. Got to be careful and I’d always say go to FSA or BDA for sound approved advice. Hope you have a lovely up and coming weekend! Oh and I do love the greenhouse too…I’ve just got a teeny plastic one..not great in the gusts we’ve had lol!!Catch you on telly soon,
    Susan x

  4. cyl May 3, 2012 at 10:37 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs you have such a hectic life,it wears me out reading it,I hope you have a really fab birthday and hears to the next 50 enjoy everything thats come to you and relax a bit more remember your 50 now.

  5. Kim May 4, 2012 at 2:47 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs
    Just thought I’d drop you a line for the first time – love watching you on QVC and thought it about time I said hello! Also to let you know that, inspired by your TIFFT ideas, I’m compiling a list of 50 things to do when I turn 50, {horribly near!} and over the course of my 50th year. So far, Ive come up with six!
    Wish me luck with the other 44!
    Kim x

  6. LizT May 4, 2012 at 4:02 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie
    Been meaning to comment for ages, but just got round to it since off work today! Never done this before – so happy to add to your nubmers this week.
    Reading your blog makes me smile and sometimes LOL! You’ve been looking great on screen lately and I’ve been inspired to start new “take care of yourself plan”.
    Keep up the good work.

  7. Susanne Fitzpatrick May 4, 2012 at 5:06 pm -  Reply

    Debbie – you missed a classic ‘blooper’ last week from Carmen on the Richard Jackson show. Richard was demonstrating some trailing geraniums when the lovely Carmen (obviously not a gardener) asked “How tall do they grow?” – hilarious.
    Two films you MUST watch – one fantastic, the other FANTASTIC!!
    Nights in Rodanthe (Richard Gere and Diane Lane) – 4 stars
    Beyond Reasonable Doubt – Michael Douglas – 5 stars and a sensational twist at the end that you WILL NOT see coming!!!!
    By the way, you MUST MUST MUST buy those two outfits you wore on the recent Yong Kim show and on the Tiana B show (the teal and white dress) – you looked absolutely stunning. And you must wear green more (that’s an order).
    Best wishes

  8. Michelle Roberts May 4, 2012 at 8:33 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs. Very good blog hun!!! Firstly I will not be eating SPAM !!! This is a big joke in our house my dad loves it and the rest of the family hate it, some unusual things on that list to eat.
    Just wanted to wish you a very happy bithday for the 10 th of May, I should be recovering in hospital all being well, had very high blood pressure this week so keeping my fingers crossed it settles down before Wednesday, really nervous now.
    Hope you have a lovely time and you look no where 50 Ms Flint.
    Big birthday kiss and hug to you
    Michelle x x x

  9. Lindylou May 4, 2012 at 9:28 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie, I have just started reading your blog and this is my very first comment. Thanks for the instructions and encouragement! Regarding your ‘sugar in your diet’ theme, the Chinese people don’t see a difference between your diet and the medication prescribed by their doctors – so it is purely the food you take dictates how you feel! You are what you eat.
    PS Love your greenhouse!

  10. Nigel May 5, 2012 at 12:08 am -  Reply

    Debs – Hope your bday cake is bigger and better than last years effort(13/5/11 blog) – shame you can’t have any now your following that macrobiotic triangle !!
    Greenhouse – Bet that blackbird is well happy he’s got some shiny new windows to attack !lol!
    Sprouting – Get through a fair bit of watercress each week(so-called ‘superfood’) so having a go at growing some on the kitchen windowsill(changing water daily to replicate running water) – early days yet but might have to build a chalk stream in the garden if it works !
    Fridge – All that food brings to mind the clever ‘foodscapes’ at
    Fav is the celery forest.
    NTU falcons – Mr + Mrs P lost 3 out of 4 chicks in the recent downpours – hope the last one survives.
    Hippo Birdie two ewe, Nige :))

  11. Elaine May 6, 2012 at 10:49 am -  Reply

    Hi Debs thought i would drop you a line to wish you a very HAPPY 50TH birthday. It is my first time i have ever commented and i hope it is the first of many. you are one of my favourite presenters and i remember you first time round. Hope to speak again soon .Elaine xx

  12. jean mullen May 6, 2012 at 12:28 pm -  Reply

    Just want to say that I really enjoy watching you on QVC I think you are so down yo earth and very funny.Happy Birthday

  13. Linda,Glasgow May 6, 2012 at 12:34 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs
    I hope your enjoying your time off work – you are missed thoughx I e-mailed the social media team to get some feedback from the beauty buyers – thanks for the link and i’ll keep you postedx I love your new living room and the greenhouse is fab – what a lovely family you havex I caught you and Antthony’s shows and bought another couple of tops – beautiful cut,great style and so easy to wear – he’s a lovely talented guy and his Disneyland escape story was so funny but he just did what a lot of us want to do at times – get away from everything for a while. lovely speaking to you again – look after yourself – love Linda,Glasgowxx

  14. Iris G. May 6, 2012 at 3:01 pm -  Reply

    Did not want to miss Wishing you A Fab Birthday,enjoy the day and
    have a great nite. I share May with you but enough said about that! My youngest daughter is in Dubai at the moment celebrating her 40th with her husband.She is having a ball,Sun Sea and sand lots of it!Love Antthony,he is a hoot,bought his sequin top to wear at Barry Manilow concert, he plays Dublin 23rd May.
    Best Wishes,
    Iris G.

  15. Chris M May 6, 2012 at 6:51 pm -  Reply

    Hello Debbie, yes this is the first time i`ve posted a comment. I think you`re the best! I always watch for YOU wearing the clothes because i think if it looks good on you then it`ll look good on me!! How do i join your facebook please?

  16. VivP May 7, 2012 at 8:51 am -  Reply

    Hi Debs, I’m enjoying your blog and hope you have a fantastic birthday xx

  17. Carole cooper May 7, 2012 at 9:09 am -  Reply

    Happy birthday deb have a nice day don’t know when your birthday is I just no your 50, it’s my turn next year have a nice time Carole Wigan x

  18. Donna M May 8, 2012 at 12:09 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie, this is my first ever post to you….really enjoy your blogs and on air presentations…..have a lovely birthday when it comes….love from Donna xxx

  19. Ladypenelope May 8, 2012 at 11:53 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    I always read all the presenter blogs, please tell them all that although some of us may not reply doesnt mean we dont enjoy reading them.
    I was prompted to write due to your popped rib, I have done that myself and went to see a registered Osteopath and she popped it back. So may be something you might want to pursue.
    keep up the good work on the blogs, and the diet, cant say it would appeal to me, but well done you.
    take care best wishes Sue

  20. Loz May 9, 2012 at 9:19 am -  Reply

    Dear Debbie
    How wonderful you are! your blogs are so wonderful to read and I am soo glad you are back at QVC!
    Timmy Mallett was in Northampton art gallery the other week-have you seen his paintings??? Amazing-he sells them for hundreds of pounds–maybe you might have a little drawing he did for you —it could be worth something lol! love to you Loz x

  21. Didcot Sue May 9, 2012 at 4:57 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs,
    Really love reading your blog. This is the first time I have commented.
    Happy 50th as someone before said you don’t look it.

  22. Rona M May 10, 2012 at 9:50 am -  Reply

    Hi Debbie, this is my 1st post to. Ive been watching you on Qvc with my son and daughter for years way back to the Sunday night Star Trek specials. You have always been my favourite presenter as you are so down to earth. So glad you came back to QVC and for all the moments in your life you share with us.
    I celelbrated my 50th birthday in Feb this year and my fabulous kids took me to NYC. We are so lucky to have close families and I wish you as good a birthday as I had, and I promise this won’t be my last post.

  23. debs f May 10, 2012 at 12:10 pm -  Reply

    Thanks everyone for your lovely comments! Am going to get round to answering as many as i can over the next day or so, but as it’s my birthday today, and have had an incredibly busy week, just to say a blanket thanks and looking forward to hearing more from all you new commenters on here – it’s the only way i know more about you after all!
    luv and hugs

  24. valerie couzens May 10, 2012 at 12:28 pm -  Reply

    Love the new look, hope you have a fabulous 50th birthday.
    Love Dot and Val xx

  25. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:20 pm -  Reply

    Lououdi, cyl, Liz T, Elaine, Jean, VivP, Donna M, Didcot Sue, Dot and Val – how lovely of you all to say such nice things! Thanks so much – makes it all worthwhile!
    Now you’ve commented, please come back again!

  26. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:21 pm -  Reply

    Martin – thank you!

  27. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:23 pm -  Reply

    Susan – yes it’s very calming – loving it! Covered in birthday cards now of course! Hope your little greenhouse is surviving hon!

  28. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:24 pm -  Reply

    Kim –
    Thanks for your first comment! I do really want to hear about your TiFFT list now! What have you done/ are you going to do first then!? It’s a great way of broadening your horizons isn’t it!

  29. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:27 pm -  Reply

    Susanne – it’s great you had a giggle at Carmel! I read her your comment out when we were at my birthday dinner the other night! She did laugh!
    will look out for the films!
    And yes I have the tiana b dress – will be wearing it soon as the weather gets better!
    thanks for your kind comments!

  30. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:31 pm -  Reply

    Michelle! SPAM! Don’t swear at me! lolol.
    Listen – good luck with the op – do let me know how it all went and leave me your email address so i can email you what Marlene sent me about eating plans to help with arthritis hon.
    ps ta for your fab comments!d

  31. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:33 pm -  Reply

    Lindylou –
    glad you like the greenhouse hon! And are up on the sugar thing. The Chinese are very wise huh?!

  32. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:36 pm -  Reply

    Nigel – so you’re a gardener eh?! Dark horse you! Thank you very much for your kind little parcel and you are very thoughtful hon. Am sure you’ll meet who you want to meet in time and meanwhile, keep me informed with your weekly comments!

  33. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:41 pm -  Reply

    Linda –
    yes Antthony is fab isn’t he! Great clothes and a wonderful sense of humour huh! I love it when he’s over here. And have been wearing his clothes away from work too – loooovely! In fact in next blog you’ll see I’m wearing his black and white bell sleeve top to my sunday birthday party! Glad you like them too!

  34. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:42 pm -  Reply

    Iris! Happy birthday to your daughter, and to you of course for this month! Enjoy Barry Manilow in your Antthony top on 23rd in Dublin!
    Thanks so much for writing to me – lovely to hear you guys’ news too!

  35. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:45 pm -  Reply

    Chris M –
    same size as me eh! Cool! Glad it’s helping seeing what I’m wearing – guess that means lots of empire lines huh?! lol
    To become a facebook friend, you just search for me on facebook (debbie flint qvc uk) and ping a request over – my lovely daughter Lauren is dealing with them all for me at the moment as happily there are so many people interested in being my friend! Which is totally wonderful of course!

  36. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:46 pm -  Reply

    Carole – thank you! It’s 10th – today! lol. Yours is when next year, I wonder?

  37. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:47 pm -  Reply

    Sue – Lady Penelope! –
    Thanks for your comments – reassuring – yes my osteopath nephew treated it for me and it felt like it popped back on Sunday. But still a little tender! How long before yours felt ok again hon?

  38. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:52 pm -  Reply

    Loz –
    OH how funny you are bout Timmy Mallett! He was great colleague at Piccadilly Radio in the 80’s and taught me a lot! I remember all of the ‘timmy helpers’ and me being in his lounge for Live Aid in 85 – fab fun times.
    I met him again a decade or so ago when he was a paper-reviewer on Live at 3 an afternoon show on Living which i used to co-present, and he spoke about the painting then – am very glad for him and would happily have one if the opportunity arose ! Sadly none in the attic! lol
    ta for your lovely comments hon!

  39. debs f May 10, 2012 at 8:58 pm -  Reply

    Rona M –
    what a lovely first post and am so glad you will be coming back again regularly. Ahh yes those early days! lol! Star Wars was one of my fave shows!
    Glad you had a fab 50th too – birthday year buddy! Never been to NYc – but Mr Back of My Tandem has mentioned taking me there sometime!
    looking fwd to your next comment too!

  40. debs f May 10, 2012 at 9:09 pm -  Reply

    Pauline –
    it’s 10th hon – I’m a Taurus actually! Thanks for commenting hon!

  41. debs f May 10, 2012 at 9:17 pm -  Reply

    Jill –
    Your comments made me burst out laughing – ‘food adversely affects your body by making you fat’ indeed! lolol. Glad you’ve sussed what to eat and what not to eat to help the diabetes – if only more people knew how food creates illness or helps reduce it eh!
    yes I looooove the Ojon rub out cleanser for sure! Just heard i’ve got a big special with the lads end of May time, which i’ll enjoy hugely!
    like the sound of African Cats! Do you ever see any of the movies I review on here hon?

  42. Estelle Dutton May 27, 2012 at 4:41 pm -  Reply

    Bare Minerals competition
    I love Bare Minerals because it looks so flawless and natural even when you don’t use a mirror. I am constantly told I look well!
    Estelle Cornwall

  43. Angela Avraam May 29, 2012 at 1:28 am -  Reply

    I love Bare Minerals because is so easy to use and you look perfect.You can have profetional look every time.
    Thank You

  44. cherrill milner May 29, 2012 at 10:11 am -  Reply

    hi debbie ,apart from it being good for your skin my favourite thing about bare essentials is the wide range of colours and shades,always something new to try.

  45. Maureen Gunner May 30, 2012 at 12:58 am -  Reply

    Hi Debs
    Well I am a first time poster! Used to watch you when you were first on a few years back. But back to Bare Minerals why do I love it? Its simply the best ,better than all the rest…..need I go on? Well I wouldnt use any other make up.Tried many brands but this tops them all.Perrrrfect!!

  46. Linda May 30, 2012 at 6:35 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    Good for you doing Macrobiotics, I follow a raw food diet, we can eat pizzas, cakes, pasta’s, chocolate etc etc ETC and ALLLL RAW!!
    Here is a link to our FABULOUS! Forum:
    Come and join, it is full of great help and info and if you do then certainly tell us about your macrobiotic experience.
    Hugs, Linda x

  47. Elaine June 19, 2012 at 1:35 am -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    The first time I ever saw you was on SSVC television in Germany. My husband was posted there in the early nineties. I thought you seemed very friendly then and you always mentioned your son ” Bradders” when you were on air.
    Anyway, just wanted to say you haven’t changed a bit, you still come across as friendly and us service wives and children very much appreciated the “touch of home” that you and the other presenters gave us in an unfamiliar country.
    All the best.
    Elaine X

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