I’ll admit it. I’m a typical Type A perfectionist. And not in a mild, “you have certain tendencies” way. I am in full-on obsessive-compulsive territory no matter how you slice it. Obsessive, with a healthy dose of addictive personality disorder mixed in for good measure. If I were a soup, I would be too hot […]
Finding the Positive in Difficult Circumstances I remember when my husband asked me to marry him (finally!). We were sitting on the couch in my old condo watching the Maury Povich show (please, no judgments) about the lizard man who had tattooed his body and literally had his tongue surgically split to resemble a lizard. […]
One Mother’s Honest Perspective on Living with Celiac Disease I feel a ramble coming about. Fasten your seat belts and return your trays to their upright position. Ha! It feels that way at times, doesn’t it? Rolling down the hill, gripping the pavement, and hugging the jagged rock wall that will demolish you with a […]
Living a gluten free lifestyle is infinitely easier when you have a support system in place.
This is my he-man. My hubby. My biggest supporter, my truest friend and my champion. After 33 years of marriage, I still love him to distraction. He can literally take my breath away just by
February is the anniversary month of when the hubby and I walked down that aisle towards wedded bliss. Not every step of that road has been blissful, but since our marriage is measured not in months or years but decades, I’d say we figured out a thing or two about this relationship stuff. I thought […]