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Since my life isn’t all that different from yours, hopefully we can find some COMMON GROUND & learn from each other. Please share your thoughts!

Through the Lords’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not.

They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness!
Lam. 3: 22 & 23

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Friday, March 19, 2010

Slowly Ajusting To My New "Normal."

I plan on posting more soon about how my Celiac/Gluten-Free eating is going, but honestly, it can be so over-whelming.....I am still having to post less frequently. Meal planning is WAAAY more time-intensive than I was used to.


So, sometime in the next two weeks or so, I plan on returning to more regular posting, but for now, I need to concentrate my efforts elsewhere.



Thanks so much for understanding & I truly value your prayers-as this is quite an ajustment & I still really miss "old food."

6 comments:

Luke said...

May the "new normal" become normal. When I went off wheat it was a pretty big adjustment. I happened in college and so my girlfriend--now wife--went to the grocery store and just laughed at how many cereals I could no longer eat. "What about Wheaties?" we'd jokingly ask.

That light-hearted outing helped relieve the stress a bit, I think. Though, you're right: Meal prepping can take a lot, lot longer.

Hang in there!

~Luke

Laurel said...

Praying for you as you work through this adjustment period, Kim!

Kim & Dave said...

Thanks, guys!!!

Anna said...

Definitely will pray for you Kim that you can adjust quickly to this 'new normal'

Take care,
Anna

jacqueline said...

If you want some help with ideas, feel free to call me. I did the no wheat AND no sugar thing for six months. It was difficult, but I learned a lot! I still have to watch my intake of wheat, as a few of my previous symptoms have resurfaced. Praying for you!

Kim & Dave said...

Jackie-I might do that!

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