It has been rare, the last few weeks, that my arms and/or lap have been empty for any length of time. Braden, Carter, and Corice just keep passing their sicknesses around. In fact, I just managed to get Carter off my left leg, but I am still feeding Corice, lol.
Don not fear, for I have been able to secure some time to conduct some research for Delight
Have you made dinner lately? Last night, we had chicken curry.
Seattle. Have you ever been? I haven’t, but I’m going this June. That’s right, the Gluten Intolerance Group’s annual education conference is in Seattle, Washington this year. Registration is now available. I will not be stuck behind a table selling books this year, so I am really looking forward to listening to the speakers and getting to know some of you better.
Check out the program brochure. There is even some special stuff for teens.
Oh, I just realized I haven’t told you about Moving Feet Without Wheat. This year, North Texas GIG is walking again to raise money for research, programs, and awareness for celiac disease and gluten-intolerances. If you can, please join us. Our event will take place at River Legacy Park in Arlington, Texas, on May 16th. We will have a bounce house, face painting, games and a picnic, along with samples, basket raffles, and a silent auction. You can register online, and you don’t even have to walk to register.
If you would like to donate, you can do so on my ActiveGiving.com page.
And don’t forget to check out the books that North Texas GIG has for sale. We bought too many of some of these books for the last conference, and they are currently residing under Carter’s bed and stacked next to the bookshelves in my bedroom. If there is a book that we don’t have listed that you would like, feel free to send me an email at delightfullyglutenfree at gmail dot com, and I will be glad to sell it to you if we have it. 🙂
I have something for you, that I’ve wanted to share with you for a long time. I’m just having computer issues. But stay tuned…