What’s Happening?

Hi all! I hope this finds you well!

So, Li, you ask…Why the blog?

Well, at first I wanted to write a celiac blog, since this disease occupies a fair amount of my waking moments, and will continue to do so for the rest of my life. I thought about that for a while, and decided it’s really only interesting to me and other celiacs. Then I wanted to write a cooking blog, mostly related to gluten free cooking. Okay, that seemed reasonable. I could talk a little about celiac disease, and a lot about food, which was my biggest love in life until David came along. But I recently developed food intolerances to the point that I can only eat about 10 things (more on that another day). So there went the cooking blog, as well as any lingering dreams of chef school.

So, what to write about? One thing that’s bothered me over the years is that I have never been able to keep in touch as well as I would like. I would like desperately to keep in close contact with you all, but it’s been hard. I write some people for a while, then others for a while, then no one for a while…you get the picture. Then one day, the fog lifted, and the obvious was staring me in the face. I could blog! I could write all of you, all at once, any time I felt like it! Yeah, yeah; I know, like I couldn’t before…duh! But now I have a reason to keep in touch. I have a blog. I have people waiting for me to post news. Or I will have people waiting, providing you all actually come to the site and read it. I hope you do. But if you don’t, well, at least I tried. Now it’s your fault, not mine, and my guilt is gone. 🙂

So this blog is about me, and about David, and about what’s happening in our lives. You will read about celiac disease, the wonders of gluten free cooking, our jobs, our travels, our cat, the local weather, politics, TV shows, gossip, and anything else I feel like writing about. Basically all of the same boring stuff we all used to talk about on a daily basis, when we were still living and working in the same area.

Please feel free to leave comments, suggest topics, and participate in general. Or not… But I hope you do, because I miss interacting with all of you!

Take care,


About Li

A writer, runner, and Gluten-Free Zealot, I've been helping others navigate the gluten-free lifestyle for many years. Life is meant to be enjoyed, and when you're gluten-free, it's even better!
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