As we enter into month 11 of 2010, I find myself reflecting back on the new year's resolutions I made for this year.
Remember these resolutions?
I did teach myself how to knit, and since I made the resolution, I knitted three pairs of mittens, two hats and two pairs of felted slippers. (I never do anything halfway!)
As for adhering to the gluten free diet, I am doing okay. Not great, but better than I was a year ago. I have found reasonable substitutes for most of my favorite foods and have adapted quite a few of my favorite recipes so I no longer feel slighted. The day that my dear friend Becca showed up with gluten free beer was one of my favorites in recent memory. I still get a little bummed out when I cannot find something good to eat at restaurants or everyone else gets to eat something fun, but most of the time I am okay. I had a huge craving last week for bread, so I ate a piece of french bread, and regretted it later while curled up with excruciating stomach pain. So further confirmation why I am doing this.
But, what I am most excited about is my resolution to save money for some big purchases, namely a house. The world of home buying and mortgages has always intimidated me, but much like many things in life, when you gather knowledge about them, they become less intimidating. Which is why the title of this post is "Amy conquers a big bad nemesis." In fact, I am so impressed by myself that I am going to write another post about what I learned!