With My Mug

I started this post yesterday morning-as you can see life butted in and here I am this evening.

We’re trying to get ready for our first big camping trip for vacation. We’re going to see the Ark in Kentucky. 10 days. Lord give me power to hold my tongue; and just enjoy this time with my family. And I am truly grateful to do this. We’re camping along the way, and that is something I’ve always wanted my kids to experience.

I’m almost three weeks in to my gluten free diet. In a small amount of time, I’ve seen and felt a huge difference in my gut. Also having leaky gut, it gets frustrating. Eating out is becoming an emotional roller coaster for me. I’m struggling giving up breads and pastas and there’s not too many places that offer a substitute. Tonight we tried Panera. Online, it said they offered gluten free. We get here, and no gluten free bread/pasta. I realize it’s not the end of the world. But for me I felt like I was starting from scratch.

I ended up with a Caesar salad and a bowl of summer corn pepper soup. My daughter got my croutons. It was good. I’m having to adjust to not feeling overly full, and realize it’s normal.

So now we’re going to see if I can catch some lightening before I have to go to bed.

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3 Responses to With My Mug

  1. chava61 says:

    When one has special or uncommon dietary requirements it can make traveling more challenging but occasionally one gets to taste a special treat which wouldn’t be offered otherwise.

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  2. Michelle says:

    I want to go see the Ark! I can’t wait to hear all about it! Enjoy your trip. 😀

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