I have been struggling with this old website lately as I try to breathe creative life into a box of code and techno garble. There are moments where I start to wonder if it’s worth it. ” Seriously, does anyone other than my mother read this thing?” ( Don’t get me wrong.. I appreciate you Mom… but I know you would read a crayola macaroni poster if I made one !) I begin to doubt that even the sporadic investment of writing and posting is worth it to anyone but me.
Then one of YOU tell me otherwise.
I was sitting at the computer this evening with my eyes glazed over, my head in my hands and said a quick prayer to please guide me to someone who can help me change my family over to a gluten-free diet that they will eat. I did one more Google search and pow! There you were! I’ve printed your shopping list. I’ve read the encouragement, and I believe you when you say I can do it and you will help me.I’ve just recently learned that three of my children and my husband have gluten intolerance. We LOVE bread. Nice, squishy, white, probably-give-you-diabetes bread. Lots of it. *sigh*I have a good gluten-free muffin recipe that taste like normal, white flour muffins, so we eat those almost everyday, but eventually, a sandwich would be nice. I was so excited to have finally gotten together a menu that I can actually afford and then, all of a sudden, most of it is on the naughty list. Where do I start?– Jennifer