Friday, June 20, 2008

thank you~

Thanks for the nice emails and recipes coming in!

I am glad new people are finding kill.the.gluten helpful each day.

My family is moving to AZ this summer, so I am a bit crazed at the moment. However, I hope to get things going more regularly in the fall and a little here and there until then.

Thanks for hanging in, we are still here.

Liz

8 comments:

Kate said...

Liz -
I hope you have made it to Arizona in one piece and are surviving the reorganization (and heat!) well!

liz said...

thanks! landed my sweaty feet on the ground and hope to get some posts going again soon....thanks for hanging in.

liz

Darren and Sierra said...

Im so excited. Im a celiac and am always looking for new things to eat! yay!! im glad i found you!

Laurel said...

We love hope your move went well and you are settling into a new routine at your new place now. Our daughter has celiac disease. I love the recipes from this blog! I took the garbanzo bean cake into DD's class for snacktime and the kindergarteners GOBBLED ALL the mini-muffins! Sent the recipe home with the kids (& blog address). None of the other moms could believe their kids LOVED something made with garbanzo beans!

Thanks for all your work here.

Laurel

Roya said...

What a great blog! My 5 yr old was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes over 2 yrs ago, and last year was diagnosed with Celiac. I was searching for a gf German pancake recipe when I found your blog! It is great, and I can't wait to try all of your recipes - thanks so much for what you do!

Ian said...

Hi there,

Sorry to be a bit off-topic here, but I was contacted by a blogger(http://www.becomingdomestic.co.uk)
who has you on her blog roll.

I'm an author and she wrote to thank me for writing a book I had written called 'A Place in My Country: In Search of a Rural Dream'.

This is what Becoming Domestic wrote in her email to me:

"I found your book in our local library and have enjoyed it tremendously.
Your story and those of your friends in Marsham is told so well. Before reading it I was concerned with leaving behind the final trappings of modern
life which may not be accessible in Cornwall but now realize I have so much to take their place.

I'm buying a copy of your book for my husband I know he'll enjoy it as much as me.

Thanks for writing it."

I hope you don't mind but I thought it might therefore appeal to you too, as she has you on her blogroll.

Here's the Amazon reference but it is published by Phoenix in paperback and was published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson last year.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Place-My-Country-Search-Rural/dp/0753823888/ref=pd_sbs_b_title_14

If your blog has heaps of traffic I may even be able to get my publisher to send you a free copy if you tell them that you will review and blog about it, but they are rather mean when it comes to bloggers! (Why is beyond me.)

Anyway, there it is. Again, hope you don't object to this shameless self-promotion.

Kind regards,
Ian
www.ianwalthew.com

P.S You might also be interested in a hobby of mine: www.farmblogs.blogspot.com

Jesse Mendez said...

Hi how are you? I was looking at your blog and I like it. I would like to become blog friends are you up for it?

I have an art blog and it is here in sunny San Diego, I am creating conceptual art pieces as well as my own personal journals and funny sections. I have friends from all over the world. How about it?
If you comment on my blog I will on yours. Take care and see you soon? Jesse

Chels and Cody said...

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