A new day, a better life ahead of me…

First off, my life is not normal. I have a ton of food allergies and intolerances, I enjoy working, I always need more money, and I like a challenge. I normally have a sit-down job, but I just started working at a restaurant. Yes, it’s gluten free. No, there is no meat served. Yes, they have food I can eat. However, only one menu item (after it’s modified) fits in my list of non-poisoning foods. 🙁 In spite of this, it is still a nice place to work, I enjoy the comradery and you know I love food! Plus, someday, I hope to open my own food place, or food truck, and I’m going to need to know how much stamina I’m going to need ahead of time. Now I know: dishes don’t stop and food can burn.

Aside from the new job, I’m also super excited of my regular job. Opening weekend is this Saturday. I may get to meet my childhood hero. (If I do, there will be a picture on here.) And, life is pretty good there with new projects and I’m going to get a new stuffed animal and picture frame this week! Yay!
I love my not so normal life. It keeps me busy most of the time.
I’m also counting down the days until I get to go visit my cousins in San Francisco while I’m attending the Gluten Free Allergy Friendly Expo! I’ll be missing out at my regular job on a few events and another childhood hero, but it’ll be worth it because I’ll be eating “safe food” all weekend! It’s the only expo I know of where it’s cool to be gluten free and have other Celiac related issues. I love saying, “me too!” so many times that I just end up shaking my head as if I’m saying:yes. I’m not a people person until you put me in a room with people just like me, and this expo is going to be jam packed full of people just like me! I love this expo so much, I’ll be volunteering the second day! It’s going to be so great! I cannot wait!

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