Monday, June 13, 2011

Ice Cream Truck Part 2

I just found out that there are more things on the ice cream truck that can be gluten free. There are Scribblers and Rainbow Pops. They're really good. And now I don't have to be jealous when I see a humongous line in front of the ice cream truck. I just don't like it when my mom says the line is too long. I feel like the popsicles are gluten-free for no reason. I wonder where else we could get them and if there is another place we could get them.

Next I would like to tell the ice cream man as there is actually such thing as gluten free popsicles and gluten free ice cream cones. Maybe that would work. Maybe they could also start selling Haagen Daz bars.

I wish everything in the world were gluten free. That would be totally freaking awesome.

I remember what the ice cream on the ice cream truck tasted like. It was yummy. But at other stores you can get ice cream that tastes just as good. You can get the ice cream at Fine Fare. Or Whole Foods. Speaking of Whole Foods they make the best cupcakes ever, besides Tu-lu's and my mom.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

My Thumb Sucks

The orthodontist suggested this gross liquid for my mouth. Why can't it have gluten in it? Even thought it's true that I really don't want this jail in my mouth that would keep me from eating popcorn and gum (can you imagine no popcorn or gum?), I just wish that I magic wand to make all of it go away.

When my orthodontist suggested it to me, I crossed my fingers that it wasn't gluten free. I usually do that when I want something to come true. But it never really works. I need a new something to do when I want something to come true. Have any ideas?

This is only my first day on the liquid, and it tastes really bitter. It reminds me of nail polish. Sour, and it spreads in your mouth. It's 5:43 pm and I still can't get it off. I'm going to try to get it off the way you get nail polish off. I really hope that works.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

letter from Tu-lu's

Awhile ago I sent a letter to tu-lu's tell them how good their bakery is. Tu-lu's is my favorite gluten-free bakery I've ever been to. One of my good friends had given a card to me and we went there. That's how we found out about it.

It's a small bakery with trees, cupcakes, pink dots and an owl sticker on the wall. When I walk in, it makes me feel like I'm in a bright forest but there are all these treats around me. When I sent the letter I didn't get a response for a long time. Then, I went to the bakery again and we figured out that they did write me back but it got sent back in the mail.

That's how we met Tully. She opened tu-lu's because she has celiac disease too. I also sent her stickers and she sent me a tu-lu's bakery card. I"m going to bring it next time I go there. Their foods taste just like regular treats with wheat and things in them. But they're gluten-free. Even treats that I don't really like, like oatmeal raison cookies, I still like at tu-lu's. Last time we went we got four mint chocolate chip cupcakes. They're delicious! And I think they're my favorite ones yet. Would you like to try it yourself? If you do, tell them Gluten Free Rocks sent you!

Friday, February 18, 2011

celiac levels down!

Hi! guess what. my celiac levels went down! first they were at 37. now they are at 16!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  only 6 away until having  normal celiac levels! but it took a long time to figure it out. first I had a blooId test. then some dumb people sent it to the wrong lab so I needed a nother blood test! after that the people said my celiac levels went up which made my mom upset because she thought that she was doing a bad job of keeping me safe. then we had to ANOTHER blood test to make sure I did not have anemia. my mommy thought there was enough blood tests going on so she decided they would do a finger prick. my doctor was so excited he decided he would do it himself. after the finger prick they decided my levels wen down. the whole family was happy. and that is the story of how they figured the levels went down to 16.Some times i wish there was a robot that could scan me and automaticaly know what would be happening in my body.