February 25th, 2010
Welcome to the new home of Abby Normally!
I am so happy about this and I’m feeling pretty blessed. My older brother, Adam, did all of this for me and did it wonderfully. I just mentioned once that I might have him make a site for me in the future, and the next thing I knew he was putting this site together! Seriously, people. He is amazing at what he does–and what he does best is actually weddings! So I know that there are many brides and brides-to-be out there, so check him out! He excels at DJing, videography, and the paper things like invitations and programs. AND since he also designs and prints his own T-shirts, he’ll make shirts for your bridal party. Quality work for a great price. Ladies, do yourself a favor and CHECK IT OUT.
I want to draw your attention a new component to my blog: Greenhouse Roof. On that page I’ll be posting much deeper blogs as they come to me. Don’t worry, I’ll let you know when I update it.
And since I just shamelessly pushed my brother’s business, allow me to continue:
Chobani, I love you. You have taken over my refrigerator.
But really, I can’t wait until a game of Spoons rolls around and stress that I might not be one of the first 20 people. I can’t live with that kind of uncertainty. Please, please find a retailer in the Western PA area that can consistently fill the Pineapple Chobani void in my life. Thanks.
Twitter. Oh, Twitter. Where have you been all of my life? You have helped me in so many ways. Through you and your 140 characters I have found so much satisfaction. Not only have you connected me with other crazies who actually care about how they treat their bodies, but you have even helped me find a new road bike. And today when I sent out the distress call that I was feeling down, you rescued by sending very nice people my way. If you’re not on Twitter, do yourself a favor: create an account and start searching for people with similar interests. It will change your life.
Vitamin D, you’re my newest love. And smart people who do the research about Vitamin D deficiencies and its connection to Inflammatory Bowel Disease. A new study is showing the colon benefits of Vitamin D and also that siblings of those suffering from IBD should take D as a precautionary measure. So, blog friends, meet my new friend:
On the non-generic bottle it actually says, “For bone and colon health”. Hey! I can use both of those! Also, IBD has a higher instance in areas with very little sunlight (meaning the areas that are lacking natural Vitamin D). Did you know that Pittsburgh averages 300 overcast days a year? I’m wondering when I’m going to run into the Cullens lurking in the Strip District (specifically Wholeys)…