Milestones

by Lauren | Celiac Teen on July 30, 2008

I sure do love milestones.  This one is my 6 month mark.  I can barely explain how great it feels to say that.  6 months into my life.  The one that matters, not the sick one.  The awesome one.  I only have one question.  Can you imagine how excited and happy I will be at my one year mark.  Well now I’m halfway there, and it will only get easier.  Much, much easier.  

Wow, I spent a whole paragraph talking about 6 months and I didn’t even say what it was for.  Can you tell I’m excited?  In case you were wondering, this is 6 *whole* months gluten free, as a wonderful healthy (I’m getting there…) amazing Celiac.

I think that I will celebrate, even internally, every month gluten free as it is a triumph and a wonderful step.  If you were to read about how I felt 6 months ago compared to how I feel now, you would be happy too.  Maybe you are, I hope so, because this rocks.  So much.
xoxo
A Very Happy Lauren
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Menehune April 13, 2010 at 6:02 pm

Congratulations! That is great!

Jeanine April 13, 2010 at 6:03 pm

That is awesome! I’m only 3 months in, and feeling so much better (most days). Seem to have more joint pain the last while though, which shouldn’t be happening, I’m only 31. 😛 Congrats on your 6 months though, it’s not THAT hard, eh? Just stinks when you can’t eat out. I found a GREAT bread recipe though, so I don’t feel I’m lacking that way. :)

madcapcupcake April 13, 2010 at 6:03 pm

My sister was just diagnosed with gluten and dairy allergies (so far) – there is such an awesome community out there with a wealth of so much yummy food to share, it’s just awesome :)

Cakelaw April 13, 2010 at 6:04 pm

Congratulations Lauren – here’s to a happy, healthy future.

Jen April 13, 2010 at 6:05 pm

Hi Lauren- Congrats on 6 months gluten free. A friend of mine is/has celiac so I will be stopping by in the future for some recipe ideas for next time I have her over.

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