@dgold so many. Mostly I think it's a good list and am happy to see many talented friends on it :).
@OldBrushNewPaper hello! it goes! trying to get my head above some burnout but mostly well, how's you?
@janellecshane tag yourselves I'm impossible maple spinach apple pie.
Advanced artificial intelligence has analyzed over 2,200 pies and developed these delicious new flavors.
@betamatt mine is William Ryeker. We could form a whole crew.
@jessmahler It's basically the same as normal macaroni pie; just with GF macaroni.
@snipejaeg Thanks! I can handle gluten but am allergic to wheat, so I use GF baking products a lot.
@zaclittleberry sides are definitely the best part. I've been a vegetarian since I was nine and honestly does anyone know how to make turkey because all I hear is people complaining that it's hard.
This is my first thanksgiving since giving up wheat. We're doing the stuffing with GF bread and trying to get a hold of GF french fried onions, but may have to fry our own onions for green bean casserole. I'm also gonna attempt macaroni pie again--still trying to up my game there.
Anybody else got fun plans?
@katsudonburi As a pacifist this struggle is like my entire writing life. Totally hear you.
I spent this weekend sewing halloween costumes, and my partner was helping by doing a bunch of the ironing, transferring pattern markings--even a little cutting. Having a supportive partner who'll help with the tedious parts of creative projects feels like some kind of superpower. Like look how much I can get done when someone else is ironing the hem for me!
@katsudonburi I feel this in my very BONES. Fluff is kind of my life but I feel like everything needs to be dialed up to eleven right now, and also like rage and hurt and anger are perceived as deeper and more real than joy. Small, happy stories are tough in this landscape.
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