Happy Mom's Day to Some Awesome Gluten-Free Bloggers

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Dude Note: To honor Celiac Awareness Month and to help raise awareness of our disease, I will be attempting 31 blog posts in 31 days. My goal is simple: to make most of them not suck. If you’ve got ideas for a good post or if you’d like to guest blog, by all means, contact me. Your input is more than welcome. And if you know anybody with celiac disease, give them some extra lovin’ this month. They deserve it.

A special shout-out today to some of my favorite female gluten-free bloggers.

Whether you are a mom or not, today we celebrate you!

Thank you for sharing your stories.

Thank you for opening your hearts.

Thank you for sharing your recipes.

Thank you for spreading awareness.

Thank you for being such awesome voices in our community.

I KNOW I forgot some of you. It either means I couldn’t find a picture or I spaced out. My apologies in advance.

And of course, an extra special shout out to my mom, for whom if it wasn’t for her genes, I wouldn’t have celiac disease.

Totally kidding mom…thanks for EVERYTHING. I love you!

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18 thoughts on “Happy Mom's Day to Some Awesome Gluten-Free Bloggers”

  1. A simple yet powerful message you send to all the matriarchs in all of our families. What a nice tribute you give to Mothers. Thank you for this and other posts you’ve provided.

    Regards,

    Dougie

  2. After I was diagnosed my parents both got tested, and both were negative. My dad proudly proclaimed “well, she didn’t get it from me!”. Nice try dad! I’ve always told my parents that I’d rather have bad genes and good parents than good genes and bad parents!

  3. Happy Monday GD! Thank you for including me in this stellar list of GF bloggers. I appreciate the mention! Sending good GF energy your way. Hope you and your awesome dudettes have a good week.

    Melissa

  4. Thank you so much!!!!!! *hugs to you and your wonderful family*

    You, your family, and the entire blogger community does an excellent job of educating and advocating!

    Thank you all so much!!

  5. Ahhh, thank you so much! I’m sorry I missed this on Mother’s Day, but seeing it today just keeps the love going!
    Thank you for all you do for all of us in this wonderful gluten-free community!
    ~jules

  6. I just teared up a bit, I didn’t see this until now and now I’m all emotional. Thanks Gluten Dude. I love being able to share the blogosphere with these amazing women – and dudes 🙂

  7. Marcia Luloff

    Looking at the pictures of the gf bloggers that you know, I see you have my favorite, Jules, up there!! I went to a cooking class of hers here in State College, Pa and was so relieved that I could actually make my own food and bread and chocolate chip cookies, without resorting to the prepackaged junk out there. Sorry, but it is tasteless and boring and so so expensive. Finally I tasted real bread and scones, and for a short while I went baking crazy and gained some unneeded weight… so I had to find that balance, and now and then can indulge. She was a life saver though!! If you are reading this, thanks Jules!!
    Thank you Dude also, for all the information, and outlet for telling stories and reading other people’s stories. I look forward to reading your blog! It makes me smile and laugh, and sometimes cry..

    Marcia

  8. Marcia, thank you so much! You just made my day!!! I can’t tell you how happy that makes me, to hear that I’ve been able to help you make your journey to gluten-free happy and tasty!! Maybe I’ll see you in State College for a class again one day!
    🙂
    ~jules
    (And thanks, Dude – you rock, too!)

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