No Time, No Worries

TweetIt seems to me that the majority of Americans, and many people around the world, don’t have the time, or energy, to whip up a gourmet dinner every night of the week. Am I right? Well, in case I am here’s a post about how I get around the problems of lacking time and energy to crank out satisfying, healthful food for three meals a day, seven days a week. Being gluten free, I do have to make most of my meals from scratch. Sure, there are some great ready Read More …

I’m Back!

Tweet  Well, hello there everyone! I am back in so many ways. Not only am I back to writing here, and back from a trip to visit my family, but I am also back to normal health. I am so glad to report this to you. I don’t really want to share all of the details as they are very personal, but I’ll just say that there is nothing physical to worry about. I’ll tell you that I saw many doctors, underwent numerous tests, and it finally came down to Read More …

Seattle 2012 Part One

TweetSometimes Devin has to travel to Seattle for work, and the last two years I’ve gotten to tag along. Last year I really had to go because he had LASIK eye surgery. This year, I went because I wanted to be there to support him at the end of the day, go traveling, and visit friends I hadn’t seen in a long while. We were there for two weeks. We stayed outside of the city, in the ‘burbs. It was closer to his work, but there certainly isn’t much to Read More …

Where My Body Is Now

TweetYou may be wondering my status after my last post. Well, I ended up seeing that doctor that is usually really good at figuring out tough cases. He uses some untraditional methods, but he still was unable to locate the true cause of my illness. So, I ended up seeing a physician’s assistant at the regular medical offices (my doctor was still out of town). He agreed that it sounded like gastritis, and so he gave me some prescription medications to help my body feel better and to give things Read More …

Day 15

TweetWarning: May be TMI for some people, but welcome to the life of a person with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. It’s all out there! Today is day 15 of the digestive problems. I have had the big D every morning for fifteen days. Did I mention fifteen days? That’s a lot of days. Even the doctors I’ve talked to have said it is extremely excessive. While I haven’t tried something like Imodium, I have been taking some natural anti-diarrhea medication. I don’t take it a lot though because I Read More …