I nearly forgot what day it is. Happy National Celiac Awareness Day!
Of course, we have the whole month of May, and perhaps, in your life, everyday is Celiac Awareness Day. It usually is in mine. 🙂
I went grocery shopping this morning. Now, you might think with all the cooking and baking I do to feed a family of 5 gluten-free (and corn, soy, peanut, and sesame free) that I go shopping all the time.
You’d be wrong.
I try to make my time between shopping trips last as long as possible, and with Corice’s new school schedule, I just can’t make it to the store most of the week. That and my mom comes to babysit about once a week and I usually take advantage of her ability to run to the store (and she’s got better produce and prices where she lives). What can I say? I aim for maximization.
I stepped in to Kroger this morning and almost immediately had to exercise self-control. They were carrying The
We are headed places, my friends. And why is that? It’s because we are speaking out: telling our friends, family, and doctors about Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance; purchasing more and more gluten-free items; demanding better taste and texture.
I think they’re listening. Keep up the good work.