turn that frown upside down

April 20, 2010

Oh Creative One! When we first moved here, it was hard to find and trust the food that would be safe for my anaphylactic son. Even with English being the main language and a great labeling system on most UK foods, it was hard to know if the bread made on equipment that used milk would be as safe as bread with a similar warning in the States. Trial and error is terrifying with allergies as severe as my sons. I could stop cold in my tracks, or I could see it as a fortunate thing that I could even afford the convenience of trying a probably-safe-food.

Whirling Creative One, remember your complaints can serve as reminders of all the good things in your life too. It doesn’t make it less worrisome, but it will give you enough energy to find refuge in your art.

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