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Thursday, March 12, 2009

No I'm not.

Yes, I am.


I am in denial. I am approaching my 1-year-with-celiac-disease mark. I am craving a peanut butter sandwich. I am sad. I am tired of not eating muffins. I am tired of cupcakes that taste like cornbread even though there's no corn in the recipe. I am happy to feel (mostly) better. I am tired of "Oh, wait, you can't. Sorry." I am refusing to believe that something is wrong with me today. I am refusing to write my traditional post about having celiac disease.

THEREFORE, I shall play picture tag with my Uncle Chuck.

1. On my next birthday, I will be
one of the numbers in that picture.


2. I would like to travel to
Cavin, Ireland.


3. My favorite food is

ribeye steak.


4. My favorite place is
snug in a hug.


5. My nickname is
apparently the name of a line of pet care products.


6. My favorite color is
puce.


7. My college major was
secondary education.


8. The name of my love is

Jim.



9. My hobby is
the written word.



10. My bad habit is
probably pretty obvious.

8 comments:

mb said...

Hope you're back to yourself tomorrow. Good luck and hang in there!

Mark said...

* The occasional day of denial can save your sanity.

* I'm guessing there's days you could be any of the numbers in that picture. 10, 19, 33, 86?

* So Jim doesn't know which end is up?

* The written word hug is an awesome picture for a writer.

Thanks for writing.

Clara said...

Puce? You know what immediately popped into my head, don't you. You're saying it yourself at this very moment. Puce juice! I know how much you love Christmas movies.

Shanda said...

Great post! Loved the pictures.

I'm sorry you are struggling!! We go out and try a bunch of "new" foods when the hubby gets that way - head on over to Wegmans or Whole Market and explore their gluten free area!!

Secondary Roads said...

You are the greatest! Love your picture story. I won't touch that "puce" thing, but you know I'm thinking . . . Thanks for playing.

Aunt Spicy said...

Sometimes it is more than okay to just "be"...thanks for sharing!

Gluti Girl said...

Oh, you've hit the one year slump. I did too. I am at 2 years 2 months. It WILL get better. But then worse again and then better and then worse and better. You get the idea! Hang in there. Every day is a new day!

Gluti Girl said...

Oh, you've hit the one year slump. I did too. I am at 2 years 2 months. It WILL get better. But then worse again and then better and then worse and better. You get the idea! Hang in there. Every day is a new day!

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