I haven't been blogging.
I've pretty much been doing everything other than blogging.
Making Spiderman cookies for my son's 7th birthday.
The webs are just done with an edible ink pen from Michaels.
See? Just some curvy-in lines.
Then some frowny lines - it makes Spiderman look serious.
And some angry eyebrows.
Keep going. Angry on top, frowny on bottom.
So I've been doing stuff.
But it's just regular life stuff.
Nothing specifically gluten free.
But I guess that's a story and an achievement in and of itself.
I still remember when it took me an hour of reading labels in the grocery store just to find a few ingredients.
When I felt like I would never eat anything that tasted normal again.
When I worried about my kids.
Guys? Seriously.. Can you just stand next to the tree and smile nicely for Mommy?
Sigh... Just one?
Good. Fine. I'll take it. Cut. Print.
Where was I?
I had a point.
Oh yea.. Now I remember what it is.
If you're new to being gluten free...
there WILL be a time...
in the not too distant future...
where you'll barely think about gluten.
A time when it will be so second nature that you'll be able to get in and out of the grocery store with three bags worth in 10 minutes flat.
A time when you have to go to your pantry and really LOOK at everything when someone asks you what you buy that's gluten free.
Because you honestly don't remember.
Someday someone will come to YOU to learn more about being gluten free.
You'll realize that you really do have it all down to a science.
And you barely think about gluten at all.
It will be sooner than you think.