I have always felt that If I was going to write something that it had to be long and drawn out and had to have perfect grammar and had to be looked at and checked by a million people. That I had to make sure it was funny and interesting and that it should take a fair amount of time to write a post.
But that is not why I wanted to do this blog. I wanted to share my experiences with people so that I could help people that are in the same boat as I am. People who struggle everyday trying to live a gluten free life.
Now on top of it; I now have been diagnosed withType 1 Diabetes so it makes life even that harder. So I plan on writing more often; even if the grammar sucks and even if it is two lines that basically say I had a good day, I had a bad day, I ate something good or I ate something horrible.