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amy29

Member Since 26 Sep 2010
Offline Last Active Feb 26 2011 08:10 AM
I am happy and surviving my Celiac Disease diet let me tell you it is not easy as it seam to be Updated 09 Jan · 0 comments
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About Me

when I was baby I almost died in c-section, but before this happened my mom had a dream that I was beautiful baby since my mom was worried about me. I lived thanks to my Heavenly Father and Jesus Chris.t I have a scar on my right cheek and my right ear to this very day, but you really can't see until you are up close. Since my birth I had, a disability that's CAPD Center Auditory Processing Disorder and learning disability. It is communication talking to people and understanding what they are saying to me or what I am saying to them sometimes. I didn't graduate high school until after five years, but when i did - I graduated with honors! then I went to on to serve mission in the Family and Church History Mission, Temple Square. The mission was for those like me who want to serve can still serve a mission in Salt Lake City, Utah at Family History Library. I serve for 16 months on my mission it was a fun, good learning experience for me, because one I learn to communicated to people a lot more and today I am beginning to heal from my disability. But not all at once being healed. I still have problems talking to people and people sometimes have a hard time understanding me or me having a hard time understanding them. I am happy to be alive and to serve the Lord now in the Salt Lake Temple and I am so grateful God for being there always for me. I just find not very long ago from a very good doctor that I have Celiac Disease and I have to start to eat healthy on the Gluten-Free diet which it was hard since I am the only one my family have to go through this. But it is going through a great experience right now in my life to have fun making gluten-free food I can and know what I can eat.

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