Seems funny, obviously I wouldn't go trick or treating with my specific allergies, that'd be stupid. I'd buy my own specific treats and not bother anyone else. Celiac's could just have a specialty Hallow-Treat party at home, baking specific dishes that simple but tasty, using proper precautions of course. Then invite friends/family with specific issues. AND HAVE A TREAT!
Celiac NinjaMember Since 12 May 2011
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Freelance artist, have my own website and am on several sites for art jobs. Have my Bachelor's in Media Arts and Animation and I will go far with that, I got enough drive to fuel a rocket ship.
Christian Non-denominational which means I choose God, Christ, the Holy Spirit and the Bible as my guides and I leave it at that.
Am also a wife and mother of two. Still recovering from past cancer, scoliosis, and Celiac Disease. Am a highly reactive celiac person aka: cross contamination is big for me. Allergic to pain killers, lactose intolerant, etc.
We are in college debt like most people our age, about $152,000 and interest makes that nearly impossible to over come.
Look forward to getting to know people on this site and helping out as best I can. Also am interested in learning new things.
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