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Yolanda Hadid: My Love, My Lemons, My Lyme Disease.

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I read a post on Deuxmoi that someone says she heard the name of Gigi's baby. The poster said she won't say the name, but it's one of her favorite scents. If true, than could it be Lavender? That's my best guess as I know that Yolanda grows Lavender on her farm and actually makes her own essential oils out of it.

Of course keeping in mind that anyone could say anything on Deuxmoi.

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30 minutes ago, Happy Camper said:

I read a post on Deuxmoi that someone says she heard the name of Gigi's baby. The poster said she won't say the name, but it's one of her favorite scents. If true, than could it be Lavender? That's my best guess as I know that Yolanda grows Lavender on her farm and actually makes her own essential oils out of it.

Of course keeping in mind that anyone could say anything on Deuxmoi.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the name made some reference to their country home - they seem happy there. But there’s also this:

https://www.byrdie.com/celebrity-favorite-perfume

“Though she's been the face of Tom Ford Velvet Orchid ($180), and she's currently the ultimate Tommy Girl with Tommy Hilfiger The Girl ($45), (both of which she's confessed she adores), Gigi Hadid spilled to Refinery 29 that she also loves Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gioia ($70).”

Gioia means happiness. Gigi and Gioia go nicely together.

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22 minutes ago, nexxie said:

I wouldn’t be surprised if the name made some reference to their country home - they seem happy there. But there’s also this:

https://www.byrdie.com/celebrity-favorite-perfume

“Though she's been the face of Tom Ford Velvet Orchid ($180), and she's currently the ultimate Tommy Girl with Tommy Hilfiger The Girl ($45), (both of which she's confessed she adores), Gigi Hadid spilled to Refinery 29 that she also loves Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gioia ($70).”

Gioia means happiness. Gigi and Gioia go nicely together.

I like your guess better than mine!

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12 minutes ago, Happy Camper said:

I like your guess better than mine!

I’m sticking with Cha-ching for now.

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5 hours ago, nexxie said:

Gioia means happiness. Gigi and Gioia go nicely together.

Gigi's birth name is Jelena Noura. Those names mean "beautiful light, torch" and "divine light."

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30 minutes ago, suomi said:

Gigi's birth name is Jelena Noura. Those names mean "beautiful light, torch" and "divine light."

 I like Jelena, but don’t think she ever uses it. Since Yolanda chose names with special meanings, I’ll bet Gigi did too.

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On 10/19/2020 at 1:54 PM, suomi said:

Gigi's birth name is Jelena Noura. Those names mean "beautiful light, torch" and "divine light."

I don't follow Yolanda family news much, but for what it's worth, I like the name.

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I like! (Gigi rests easy tonight knowing that suomi approves).

At first glance, Not Gigi resembles her paternal grandmother.

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7 hours ago, suomi said:

I like! (Gigi rests easy tonight knowing that suomi approves).

At first glance, Not Gigi resembles her paternal grandmother.

I like it too! Thought there might be a tribute to Yolanda’s mother, Ans, or Zayn’s grandmother who passed recently - but I had the wrong grandmother. Not sure about a middle name, Hadid or otherwise.

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I feel guilty about picking on Yoli after listening to a guy share his experience with Lyme disease.

The longer it takes to diagnose the worse the case will eventually be. (I know from experience that this is true with staph infection as well. Think of your veins as streets with the bacteria hiding in potholes while the antibiotic medication travels smoothly along the surface of the streets, not realizing that potholes exist let alone that they are concealing the threat).

Think of the Lyme bacteria as laying eggs which remain dormant while awaiting a signal to come active. The eggs hide in your central nervous system while awaiting that signal and a lot of damage is done to the CNS during the dormant stage.

He said the brain fog and speech difficulty are beyond belief when you previously were healthy. One day he was driving and had to pull over because he suddenly lost all comprehension of what a car is, how to drive it, and who he was and what he was. This happened when he was thought to be well into recovery. He said the mental and emotional damage are often more devastating than the physical damage.

Lyme was "discovered" during the 20th century but it has been around for 60,000 years. And the proper name  "deer ticks" is a misnomer when it comes to Lyme because horses, cattle, mice, chipmunks, squirrels, possums, raccoons and household pets harbor these ticks. 

Yoli for sure went overboard in some of the avenues she traveled looking for remedies but now I understand why she reacted like she did.  

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On 2/5/2021 at 1:53 AM, suomi said:

I feel guilty about picking on Yoli after listening to a guy share his experience with Lyme disease.

The longer it takes to diagnose the worse the case will eventually be. (I know from experience that this is true with staph infection as well. Think of your veins as streets with the bacteria hiding in potholes while the antibiotic medication travels smoothly along the surface of the streets, not realizing that potholes exist let alone that they are concealing the threat).

Think of the Lyme bacteria as laying eggs which remain dormant while awaiting a signal to come active. The eggs hide in your central nervous system while awaiting that signal and a lot of damage is done to the CNS during the dormant stage.

He said the brain fog and speech difficulty are beyond belief when you previously were healthy. One day he was driving and had to pull over because he suddenly lost all comprehension of what a car is, how to drive it, and who he was and what he was. This happened when he was thought to be well into recovery. He said the mental and emotional damage are often more devastating than the physical damage.

Lyme was "discovered" during the 20th century but it has been around for 60,000 years. And the proper name  "deer ticks" is a misnomer when it comes to Lyme because horses, cattle, mice, chipmunks, squirrels, possums, raccoons and household pets harbor these ticks. 

Yoli for sure went overboard in some of the avenues she traveled looking for remedies but now I understand why she reacted like she did.  

It's not that I dismiss Lyme disease, it's that I'm unsure she ever had it. A lot of her symptoms, if I'm remembering correctly, cleared up after she had her leaking breast implants removed. And then I think she said two of her three children had it as well. It's not contagious.

I don't know, I think she was genuinly ill, they couldn't find out what was wrong with her, her symptoms pointed to Lyme, which made sense because she is an outdoorsy person, and it's difficult to definitively diagnose. She was very invested in being holistic, and when she eventually had her implants removed, she got better, but didn't want to admit it was her boob job that was the ultimate culprit, rather than a factor in her illness. At that point she'd invested too much of her public persona into it to back out. 

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6 hours ago, ShawnaLanne said:

It's not that I dismiss Lyme disease, it's that I'm unsure she ever had it. A lot of her symptoms, if I'm remembering correctly, cleared up after she had her leaking breast implants removed. And then I think she said two of her three children had it as well. It's not contagious.

I don't know, I think she was genuinly ill, they couldn't find out what was wrong with her, her symptoms pointed to Lyme, which made sense because she is an outdoorsy person, and it's difficult to definitively diagnose. She was very invested in being holistic, and when she eventually had her implants removed, she got better, but didn't want to admit it was her boob job that was the ultimate culprit, rather than a factor in her illness. At that point she'd invested too much of her public persona into it to back out. 

Didn't she also end up with numerous parasites from some of the experimental herb supplements and treatments she tried? 

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11 hours ago, ShawnaLanne said:

It's not that I dismiss Lyme disease, it's that I'm unsure she ever had it. A lot of her symptoms, if I'm remembering correctly, cleared up after she had her leaking breast implants removed. And then I think she said two of her three children had it as well. It's not contagious.

I don't know, I think she was genuinly ill, they couldn't find out what was wrong with her, her symptoms pointed to Lyme, which made sense because she is an outdoorsy person, and it's difficult to definitively diagnose. She was very invested in being holistic, and when she eventually had her implants removed, she got better, but didn't want to admit it was her boob job that was the ultimate culprit, rather than a factor in her illness. At that point she'd invested too much of her public persona into it to back out. 

This is how I felt. I think at one point she was genuinely ill but I also think she dragged it out much longer than was reality, refused to admit it might have been the result of her leaking implants, and was so hell bent on finding a "miraculous, holistic cure" that it became her narrative. I think some of her journey was real but the majority of it was not.

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On 2/7/2021 at 10:37 AM, emma675 said:

This is how I felt. I think at one point she was genuinely ill but I also think she dragged it out much longer than was reality, refused to admit it might have been the result of her leaking implants, and was so hell bent on finding a "miraculous, holistic cure" that it became her narrative. I think some of her journey was real but the majority of it was not.

Not to mention that she used it to go after LVP by implying she started the whole "Haushen-Maushen" non-sense and accused her for not visiting or checking in with her and then got her stupid ass shut down when LVP brought the receipts.

I think Yo used it to deflect from her unhappy marriage. Outside of that, what else did she have going on besides pimping out her teen daughters as supermodels? I'll never forget her horrible attitude when Gigi mentioned wanting to play volleyball. She thought Gigi would be portrayed as a lesbian. Oh the horror! That's when I realized what a truly terrible person with dated attitudes she was and I never liked her after that. She then defended Brandi with the whole "Lisa brought the tabloids!" b.s. that we had to endure for an entire season. 

When it really comes down it, she was a vapid, insecure, and unhappy woman who didn't really bring anything to the show except her illness,  which turned out to be partly due to a blown out bolt-on. Did she not realize something was off? Maybe implants should come with a pressure monitoring system like for car tires! That way you know when one is going flat. 

I'm sure David didn't notice as you could tell he hadn't cared to look at or touch them in YEARS! Remember her embarrassing attempt at the "romantic" dinner in the lemon/cleansing ingredient orchard in her nighty with David looking like he would rather be with a man that her? 

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On 2/7/2021 at 7:18 AM, SweetieDarling said:

Didn't she also end up with numerous parasites from some of the experimental herb supplements and treatments she tried? 

I don't remember that, but I wouldn't doubt it. She went out on every holistic limb she could find, and they didn't all seem hygenic.

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A very long, interesting read.

Mohamed Hadid (father of Bella and Gigi) has been trying to build an enormous compound on one of the most popular hiking spots in the Los Angeles area. What could go wrong?

Brazen development is common to the sprawling area, but this plan is singular: a mega-mansion gated community, hundreds of thousands of square feet, on a crest so steep that equipment must be brought by helicopter. The vision, according to documents seen by The New York Times, included 11 lavish estates (with one home totaling 100,000 square feet), a horse stable, helipad and three guard towers with 24-hour living spaces, bathrooms and kitchens.

While Mr. Hadid planned on a perch next to A-listers (Harry and Meghan Markle were among those to pass through), he seemingly ignored that the area is also prime real estate for wildfires, landslides and the threatened species in these Santa Monica Mountains.

Across Coldwater Canyon as the crow flies, Jeff Hyland, the doyen of the real estate firm Hilton & Hyland, whose property overlooks the demolished hillside, calls it “an absolute eyesore.”

Aesthetics aside, construction traffic and trucks barreling down tight streets in the area have caused multiple car accidents in recent years.

But despite a decade of work and a $25 million loan, the Icarus-like dream remains a scarred hillside whose fate rests in court.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/26/style/mohamed-hadid-franklin-canyon.html#click=https://t.co/PyHn2MP4jo

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