Friday Photos: forgotten phone finds

(Welcome to Friday Photos, a weekly feature here on Celiac in the City — you can read how it all started by clicking HERE.)

my day has been spent at the hospital.

my guy had surgery today. (it was planned, no worries – he’s doing well)

my bed tonight is a big chair that turns into a pull out “bed.”

my hope is that he can go home tomorrow.

my eyes are having a hard time staying open.


sometimes you can only do so much.

sometimes posts get pushed to the sidelines.

sometimes there aren’t enough photos from the week because it was crazy busy.

sometimes we’re lucky enough to have “forgotten photos” from the phone.


this will have to be enough for today.

tostada topped with Usinger’s jalapeno/cheddar brat & greens with lime vinaigrette 

a whole GF deli section at Metro Mart – Mequon

mmm… buffalo chicken. (make a “hot wing” sammie)

same store, same day. samples. score! 

that’s what I’m talkin’ about. 

we actually bought what they were sampling. (I never do that!) 

and we made one hell of a breakfast up north. 

our wedding cake, from Molly’s GF Bakery — the next morning. (I ate a piece for breakfast, in the car) 

we’re up to date. phone photos have been dumped. start from scratch next week. 


it’s been a long day.

it’s time to close my eyes and try to ignore the machines beeping and buzzing — be soothed by his breathing.

it’s going to be a weekend of rest and recovery for my guy, but I’m heading to the kitchen to experiment…. stay tuned!

9 thoughts on “Friday Photos: forgotten phone finds

  1. Sorry to hear about your fella – hope recovery times are speedy!

    The icing on your wedding cake is so pretty… I totally cracked up that you ate it in the car the next morning for breakfast. That is such a celiac move!! Really happy that we’ve connected!

    • Thanks, Claudine — rest and relaxation, not such a bad weekend. Isn’t the cake amazing? I found a picture I wanted, showed it to Mary (comment below) the owner of Molly’s Gluten Free Bakery and she went out and found the tip and did it EXACTLY how I wanted, we loved it. We cut it into slices, froze it, and ate it frequently during our first month or so. No way we could have saved it until next year, but we’ll be sure to order another one then to celebrate. 🙂

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