I’m finishing up the last two days of Celiac Awareness Month with two important guest posts. Tomorrow, my husband Jeff will be writing about what it’s like to live with me (hmmmmm, do you think he’ll be honest?), but today I have a very special guest for you. Alex Borsuk is studying to be a […]
I’ve been to hundreds of baseball games in my life. Maybe even more than that. Thousands. Sometimes it feels like millions. I absolutely love baseball. I always have. Lucky for me, I married a man who was born to play and coach the game. One thing I’ve learned over the years is that it always […]
I took an unplanned blogging break this weekend and soaked up time with family and friends. As we talk and joke and laugh and enjoy breaking bread together, it’s easy to forget the meaning of this holiday. So I want to pause and say thanks. Thank you to the men and women who serve so […]
This month, I’ve been doing a lot of education about the perils of eating away from home for those with celiac disease. I’ve talked about restaurants that claim to have gluten-free food but end up having multiple cross-contamination issues. I told you about how I had to get brand new pots and pans for my […]
I’m going to keep this short today because I’m getting ready to head out the door to do the thing I’m so thankful for – run. I’ve had many setbacks in recent months when it comes to my health both with my hip and back injury, and with my continued progress in healing with celiac […]
I stopped buying conventional poultry at the grocery store quite a few years ago because frankly, it just started to gross me out. I vowed to go all organic and free range until the day I die, but HELLO that stuff is expensive. To compensate, I learned how to cook more vegetarian meals so that […]
On Saturday afternoon, we picked Jeff up at the baseball field and headed north to Lake Pleasant. Some friends were camping with their boat, so we tagged along. It was our first time camping as a family, and the first time we had a chance to use our new tent. We had a blast on […]
My little man is growing up. As Jen Hatmaker would say, “Gah.” All of the parents pitched in for a class gift for Joe’s teachers. At the last minute, I thought of a perfect addition from our family. I went to the Food for the Hungry website and searched for education gifts. We donated some […]
When I found out that this month’s Recipe ReDux theme was titled “Sea What You’ve Been Missing” I knew I was in trouble. We were instructed to use little fishes like anchovies, sardines or smelt, OR we could focus on sea vegetables like kelp or seaweed. Now, you would think that I would I would […]
We drive by Agritopia Farm every day. We watch the peach trees go from bare to blooming. And now, the peaches are finally ready. We couldn’t wait to get our hands on some. This morning we sped over there and filled a box with fresh organic peaches. I love living so close to a farm […]
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