Busy Bee

Life has been extremely hectic lately, but we are getting things done... finally. The wedding is in 20 days, and it's all coming up so fast.
We have a place to live finally. It's in American Fork and right next to the freeway, so the fiance can get to work quickly. It's adorable and I can't wait to move in and start decorating. Which I can most likely do start of next week.
This is a picture of our first apartment application that we signed together. (I hid the information so I don't have any identity theft problems.)
For our "unnoficial anniversary non marital related" we built a shelf to go in our bathroom. I'm pretty sure that was the first time I have ever built something like that before, and I acutally enjoyed it. I want to get more crafty and learn how to build/ refinish furniture.

One of the misfortunes of having celiac disease is missing out on Kneader's French Toast. Oh, I've really missed it. The other day I was trying to think of something to bake when it hit me that I had a brand new loaf of home made bread. I thought up some yummy ideas and got to work.
This was the finished product:

It came as close as I could get it to Kneader's delicious dish, and I was very pleased.

By far my favorite meal I have made so far was the gluten free Lasagne. I have wanted to eat Lasagne for so long, It's one of those meals I don't get to have very often if at all because of the Celiac. I decided  to bake it to the best of my abilities, crossing my fingers that it would taste good. It turned out amazing, I even brought some over to my grammy who has the disease, and she loved it. I can't wait to make it again.

That's all for now folks.

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