7000 and Counting!

Thank you to everyone that follows me! I have reached over 7000 views on my blog and have 164 likes on my corresponding Facebook page! Follow me on both for the most information!

When I first started this blog, I thought no one would ever actually take the time to read it, but over a year later, I know differently. The positive comments and feedback is amazing to me, and it’s because of everyone reading this that I have continued to post on this blog! I’m glad you all enjoy it!

Please don’t forget, I would love to hear what YOU want me to write about! Do you have questions that you want answered? Does your child/friend/parent? I am here to help!

Thank you again!! ❤

-Alli

Endless

The one question I get asked a lot, second only to “What do you even eat?”, is “What is a reaction like?” Whether it is coming from my friends, moms of food allergic children, or even my own mom, I’ve never really known how to answer it. And if you’re one of the people that have asked me, then you have probably noticed how I tend to skirt around the question or that I’m just incapable of answering. Honestly? I did that not because I didn’t want people to know, but because I really just didn’t know how to put it into words and be able to describe it accurately. And I’ve lived 15 years never knowing how to describe it. Until now. So this is to everyone that has ever asked me: “What is a reaction like?”
Here is your answer:

Endless

Poison

Danger
It lingers in the distance.
It settles in the pit of my stomach.

Hope 

Prayer
The silent wish that I am wrong.
The overpowering evidence that I am right.

Realization 

Doom
The tears lingering behind my eyes.
My refusal to let them fall.

Strength

Acceptance
Admitting to my mistake.
The shame found hiding within my words.

Regret

Apology
The fear behind my mother’s eyes.
The love felt within her comforting touch.

Pain

Exasperation
The cry that wants to escape my unparting lips.
The longing for everything to disappear.

Relief

Freedom
The gasp of air as the pain slowly releases its unrelenting grip.
The sigh that falls with the strength of my body.

End.

Temporary.



-Alli