So, now after being horribly sick for over a year and discovering I have an autoimmune disease (gluten intolerance--oh freaking joy!) I am finally paying more attention to my body and it's effin' health needs. (Did you detect my angry sarcasm there??)
No longer can I eat a fat juicy cheeseburger, a large
or guzzle down a route 44 Vanilla Dr. Pepper simply because it's happy hour at Sonic.
Now, I have to be a good
As if that is not enough I even have to make sure that what I do buy must follow my new gluten free diet which really can limit the choices. I can't say the diet is horrible or anything like that and oh thank GOD I live in an area where there is a dedicated gluten free bakery that has wonderful gourmet gluten free pizza. ( I think my husband's paycheck is a slave to this particular bakery.)
But in all honesty the diet does take dedication. Dedication is all fine and dandy unless you put it with the name Janet. <insert very loud groan here> I am not so great with long term commitments. I mean the only two things in my life that I have stuck with are my kids and my marriage (and on some days I even check out of those!)
Now, one would think that the diet change is enough right? OH NO!! In addition to this diet I must also add the old lady mountain of vitamins and supplements.
<insert even louder groan here>
So here I sit on a Monday morning with my coffee and my blog and stare at the mountain of vitamins I vowed to start taking regularly this morning wondering why I didn't buy stock in the vitamin company all those years ago when I was young?
(Because I was too damn busy pulling all night