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    Mari

    I am thankful for a husband and three adult children who love me, and get my dietary restrictions. I am thankful for my two birds even the one that invariably starts talking at 6 A.M. I am thankful for every day regarlesss of the weather. I am thankful for God and my faith. I am thankful for you, and all my online friends.

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      Gluten Dude

      So much to be thankful for indeed.

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    MaryAnn

    Your blog is the most honest helpful place to get real information about Celiac disease. I never buy books about Celiac anymore because many of them are rubbish, rehash of what I know or self serving. But I will buy your book because you make me laugh, make me realize I am not going crazy and that I am not alone

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      Gluten Dude

      So good to know…thanks!

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    Lori

    I am thankful that my son is not only alive, but that he is well. He was diagnosed in 1953 with that “new disease” called celiac disease. Treatment at that time? A diet based on bananas. He was one of those “celiac banana babies”.

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    Jessica

    I’m thankful that my daughter told me that she doesn’t mind having celiac disease. I’m thankful that a couple weeks ago we got her iga-ttg test back and for the first time since she was diagnosed 2.5 years ago it was under 20. It was 130 when she was diagnosed and this time it was 5.1! And I’m thankful that she is finally getting a good appetite and starting to grow like a weed!

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    Richo

    I am thankful for Sunday mornings, reading blogs with good music playing in the background, jazz, and that coffee and bacon are gluten free.

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    ELOISE GAUGLER

    Love you Dude! I look forward to your posts. I come from what I call the “dark ages” of celiac disease and gluten free food – 27 years – diagnosed in 1990 at age 34 (I know – I’m old). Gratitude is everything – its life changing. Keep that theme going please! Seasoned Celiac

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    Deborah

    I am thankful that my son was diagnosed 6 years ago, at the age of 7, so that he didn’t go for years eating wheat & not realizing what it would do to him. I’m thankful that I found your site a couple of weeks ago, and even though my obstinate teenager refuses to read it himself. I know he will at the right time, when he needs it the most.

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    dee

    I am grateful for Independence Day, my personal GF anniversary. I am grateful I discovered real, unprocessed, delicious foods. I am grateful for my dog who pushes her muzzle against my face when I don’t think I can go on. I am grateful for Gluten Dude who responded to my privet letters with compassion and understanding. I am grateful for the sunshine, the rain, humor, flowers, kitties, a home, heat, clean water, organic food, gardens, soft blankets and bathrobes, hot dryers and ice baths, pain relief, progressive thinkers and kindness, clean drinking water, salt and gf spices, gf tea, clear mind, hugs, children’s laughter and hugs. I am grateful that I am alive, that I was strong enough to hang in there to live my life for the first time. I am especially grateful that I have fallen in love again and the feeling is mutual.
    If it were not for the Gluten Dude and all the amazing support from he, and all the folks on his site, I (many of us) would have been another statistic. I am grateful I still find the strength to endure the pain of CD and the other autoimmune diseases that followed. I am grateful for the pain as it has made me a more compassionate person. I am grateful there ARE people on this planet who really do have compassion. I am grateful that I actually feel grateful and that it is spilling out of me 💓

    Thank you Gluten Dude for helping all of us out here in this oft frightening Gluten Land. You have helped SO many of us have hope when we thought there was none. Thank you Mrs. Dude for your support of Mr. Dude. Thank you to everyone who supported Mr. Dude in his journey to give so much to an undeserved community.

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      Gluten Dude

      MUCH appreciated Dee.

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        dee

        The feelings are mutual and I hope some day I will have the honor of meeting you and yours. It sure would be fun to have a big gf party with as many followers as possible!

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