About Muah.

My Daughter and IMy name is Sarah, I’m 21 years old and live just north of Chicago IL. I am married and have a daughter. On December 29th I was diagnosed with Celiac’s Disease, after months of being sick, and this is my blog to kind of keep track of everything. I figure maybe some one else is having as much trouble as I am, then maybe they would feel better knowing that there are other people out there.

Anyways, besides being a Celiac I suppose life is good. I am real into music, my favorite genres include “Old Hardcore”, Punk, Rock, Rockabilly, Psychabilly and some good ole’ rot your brain mainstream. I may be young, but in these 21 years I’ve been through a lot and not all of it was bad. Either way you could say that I’ve got more life experience than I should. Meh.

As for hobbies? Well gee… sleep? But with a baby that doesn’t happen much. I love to write and sing along to my favorite songs (even though no one else may enjoy my singing), I knit.. yeah.. I said knit, and I love to cook all though this Gluten-Free thing is definitely putting a damper on that for now. My favorite thing to do however, is to sit down in a quiet coffee house with a good cup of joe, some cigarettes and just write in my journal. Yeah, pretty lame… but whatever, it keeps me happy.


2 Responses to “About Muah.”

  1. bibomedia Says:


  2. pastrymom Says:

    Maybe this will be worth a laugh: I used to be a PASTRY chef and now I’m apparently celiac. While I do still bake for my children’s bake sales and family weddings, actually eating any of it is a thing of the past. It’s like the punch line of a bad joke.
    Liking to cook, at least some of the time, is a saving grace. Have met several celiacs who have no interest, ever, in cooking and that’s gotta be limiting. Expensive TV dinners and packaged goods forever.
    I’m in NYC, so we’ve got pretty good medical resources. Still, I find the stats on how clueless everyone in the U.S. about celiac pretty depressing. 1 in 133 people have celiac, 97% undiagnosed, so many doctors unaware… In places like Italy and Australia, GF menu options in restaurants are common and most people know what “celiac” means. We are so, so behind!
    Still, we keep on…

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