Weekend Peak

Sometimes the anticipation of the weekend is better than the actual weekend. This weekend -that wasn’t the case…It was really, really good… I’m gonna tell you just a little bit now so I can go to bed soon and rest up for tomorrow- Monday- my seventh favorite day of the week. Color Me Rad made Read more…

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Left Overs

I don’t have a real post in my head tonight. Just leftover thoughts, floating about. Today I relaxed.. I napped when the boys napped… I watched Bravo TV like it was a job that I was damned good at… And I just finished a bowl of frozen yogurt so big I actually feel a little Read more…

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Conversations with God

Last night I had a conversation with God. I couldn’t wait to tell you about it. I asked him to explain the whole, “God only gives you what you can handle” phrase because I’ve heard it alot lately. God just started laughing. The thing most people don’t know about God is that he has an awesome sense Read more…

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My favorite things

So instead of a Vintage Life with Greyson + Parker post- I will instead do a shorty but sweetie one. I am so not Oprah -for a few Billion different reasons…but I can still share some of my new favorite things with you..And because of those billions of things I don’t have…unfortunately I can not give all Read more…

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Acceptance

Saturday I was driving in my car. An old- Toad the Wet Sprocket song called, Somethings Always Wrong was on the radio…and suddenly it was 1992… I was on my way to college…scared, nervous, happy, sad, scared, overwhelmed, hopeless and hopeful. Will I fit in? Will I find my people? Will I miss home? Will I Read more…

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Gluten-free round up..product and restaurant news of the week

New gluten-free products are on the horizon, a gluten-free bakery opens at Disney in Florida and the November issue of Jezebel magazine lists local gluten-free restaurants.  It is definitely good to live in Atlanta! Jezebel magazine compiled a list of some of Atlanta’s restaurants with gluten-free menus.  They included the following: Ecco, South City Kitchen, Read more…

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Gluten Senstivity – Who Should Be Tested?

There is a great degree of confusion regarding individuals who should be screened for gluten sensitivity/intolerance. Because research has shown that as many as 40% of all Americans may be gluten sensitive, and that 1 in 100 have a severe form of this sensitivity causing the the autoimmune intestinal disease, celiac sprue, a case can Read more…

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Studies Show Link between Gluten Intolerance and Autism

Autism is a disorder that is causing more and more concern in the U.S., provoking much research and debate. Recently, various studies, particularly those conducted in the field of alternative medicine, have suggested that there may be a link between autism and food allergies, specifically to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Read more…

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