Months go by. Months where I'm in denial that I have a problem digesting wheat-based foods, and I go through phases of eating them with abandon: pizza, bread, most baked goods, most ready meals; all candidates for wheat-yumminess.
Without fail, however, I end up being punished. On occasions, it feels like I'm getting a cold . . .
→Read More: Back on the wheat-free wagon
Raechel and I didn't have a traditional wedding, but I wanted to make a speech. Here it is, in its entirety.
"This may look like a long speech, but it's not really. It's just really big writing.
You’ll have to excuse me – I’m not accustomed to public speaking, and I’m nearly as nervous . . .
→Read More: My wedding reception speech
This past week, I've been feeling absolutely exhausted.
I think a combination of exercise – cycling to and from work along with some additional cardio in the evenings – and lack of sleep, had been getting to me. As part of my self-quantifying project I, of course, have sleep graphs: . . .
→Read More: A good night's sleep
Here I was, 18 months after penning a piece on why I felt it unlikely I'd ever get married, equally scared and excited about seeing my bride on our wedding day. Standing at the bottom of the stairs, my heart . . .
→Read More: June 23, 2012 09:47:16 UTC: The Tullett Epoch
We finally moved house on Friday, having been on the look out for somewhere since February.
It's a beautiful place, bright and airy, and having unpacked nearly everything over the weekend, we're enjoying what it has to offer.
The man-cave/office is nearly set up. Have just ordered a beautiful Dell UltraSharp U2711 and will . . .
→Read More: So, we moved