Just hanging around today enjoying the autumn breezes flowing through my open windows. Can anybody say "free weather"? Love that kind of day!
Afternoon crept up on me, but it clearly whispered "tea time" in my ear,
especially when it totally coincided with my girl baking Gluten Free
shortbread cookies to complete my heart's desire for Pumpkin spice and
Now I have mentioned eating Gluten Free, and my 18-year-old daughter has ventured into blogging to share all she's learned in her time of eating that way as well.
been eating gluten free for about five years now. I don't have an
official celiac disease diagnosis, but my gluten intolerance is quite
high. So I operate my life and eating habits very much as if I were
celiac. It actually makes choosing what to eat easier rather than more
difficult for me personally.
Though eating gluten free has not
always been a walk in the park, I have found the benefits far outweigh
any challenges I face. Add to that the number of new players who have
joined the game, so to speak, and my life of eating gluten free has
taken on a new beauty its not seen before. Olivia mentioned Aldi USA here, and I will be giving my take on that wonderful grocery in a future post.
Until then, I am going to go make a second cup of this fabulous and perfectly appropriate tea for the first day of Autumn from these fine folks.
Leave your own trail of beauty!
On His Adventure~