Maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle involves more than just eating gluten-free. Other factors come into play – such as, lipstick.
Hey there! It’s been far too long, but I’ve found a few extra moments to sit down and write about what’s been going on these past couple of months. *Happy dance.*
When I think of football season, I think of tailgate food. It might be because I’ve never really been a huge sports fan, or it might just be because I love food.
It has been over a month since Bryson and I got married, and I finally found a few minutes to sit down and write a blog post about our fairy tale wedding day and honeymoon.
Since my last post, there have been some major changes in my life. I am happy to announce that on the Fourth of July, I got engaged to the love of my life. It was so awesome!! I could not have planned a better engagement myself, which is really saying something because I have been imagining our engagement for over a year now!
The journey to discovering my Celiac Disease started about three years ago. And trust me, it was a long and complicated one. It all started when I noticed abnormal amounts of hair loss, so I went to the doctor. He ran some blood tests and found that my iron count was low. In other words, I was anemic. The doctor told me to take three iron pills a day until I started feeling better, and he sent me on my way. About a year later, I had backed off the amounts of iron I was taking (mostly because I was lazy and no one was there to make me take them).