Give Me One Night on Ibiza

Note: If the bottom of this post is cut off, try loading the page again. One night on Ibiza is not enough. I could have stayed the whole summer. Let me rephrase that: I could have stayed the whole summer if the summer were a hundred days of low-season. I’m not sure I’d be able […]

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Celiac Awareness-slash-Short Story Month

(Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) __________________________ Were you aware of this? I wasn’t until my cousin Jennifer told me. She’s a Celiac too. Did you know something like one in ten of us is? Both Jennifer and I are adorable, but that’s […]

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The State of Things

(Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, please reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) ____________________________________ Monday I got a cortisone shot in my problem-child shoulder because, after months of improvement, it’s starting to get worse–and now my right shoulder is hurting too. I’ve tried to stay away from my computer […]

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From the Ritz to the Pub…Gluten-free

You could do so many things with a London afternoon. I usually spend my time walking through parks and exploring neighbourhoods. Walking and exploring are both naturally gluten-free, but at some point you have to stop all that walking and exploring and wet your whistle. For me it’s usually a glass of wine or a […]

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Gluten-free on the Road

(Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem. I look forward to your comments, shares and kisses.) _____________________ Traveling with Celiac Disease (CD) means you have to do a bit more pre-trip homework than people who can shovel any ole thing in their gobs. If […]

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