I nearly forgot what day it is. Â Happy National Celiac Awareness Day!
Of course, we have the whole month of May, and perhaps, in your life, everyday is Celiac Awareness Day. Â It usually is in mine. Â 🙂
I went grocery shopping this morning. Â 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. Â 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). Â What can I say? Â I aim for maximization.
I stepped in to Kroger this morning and almost immediately had to exercise self-control. Â They were carrying The
We are headed places, my friends. Â And why is that? Â 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. Â Keep up the good work.