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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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:unsure: Tis odd.

After all, I couldn't have done it without ya's B)

Wouldn't have been the same wiffout ya! :D

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Can everyone wait until I get back? I have to go to teacher conferences. If he is doing as good as he says he is, I'll be back quick.

Also, college son called "mom, I feel like a zombie" I asked if any body parts had fallen off and he said no so I think its a bad cold. However, he has some phluid that refuses to phlow from his head. Might make his headache go away. Perhaps when Patti reaches the next milestone?

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For any given member, no matter what post you look at, the post count is the current total number of posts by that member. You could go find a post Patti made four years ago, and it would say 19,994.

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Wouldn't have been the same wiffout ya! :D

:D

Can everyone wait until I get back? I have to go to teacher conferences. If he is doing as good as he says he is, I'll be back quick.

Also, college son called "mom, I feel like a zombie" I asked if any body parts had fallen off and he said no so I think its a bad cold. However, he has some phluid that refuses to phlow from his head. Might make his headache go away. Perhaps when Patti reaches the next milestone?

After this, I won't do anything more till you get back. Gotta do dinner anyway. Then I'll see what I can do about your son's clogged sinuses ;):P

For any given member, no matter what post you look at, the post count is the current total number of posts by that member. You could go find a post Patti made four years ago, and it would say 19,994.

What in hell was I even talking about in that post???? :lol:

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I think we should meet for a "toast", hum...say 8 o'clock eastern? or nine? or in between?

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I'll be here! I ain't got no alcohol though...

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I think we should meet for a "toast", hum...say 8 o'clock eastern? or nine? or in between?

Just as my beloved Giants start Game One of the World Series??? :unsure: I won't be there, but I will raise my glass Oh, wait, that's tomorra :lol: :lol:

GO GIANTS!!!!!

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I won't be there, but I will raise my glass

OK . . . try not to spill it :D

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We wait. . ....we wait... . ... :huh: . .. .. ...

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I'm back! Being very careful not to spill my nettle tea on my keyboard!

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:ph34r: Ugh, someone, convince me to go make dinner. I'm exausted.
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:ph34r: Ugh, someone, convince me to go make dinner. I'm exausted.

This is why God invented left-overs and crockpots!

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Uggg... family fighting over Jeopardy and politics. One sister left for home mad. <_<

What time is the party tonight? Drinks for all on me! A double for me and Padds.

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I don't have a crock pot. It doesn't take long to do, just brown the meat, and toss everything in. But uggggggh, i'm paying for my deepcleaning today.

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Shiraz ready!

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I am making lasagna and oreo(gluten-free) cheesecake for my next 'lesson' tomorrow. I put quotation marks around lesson as our conversations have gotten rather.... risque? Not sure a lesson is all that's on the menu....

So I'm having a great night! How bout you all?

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Almost 5 PM so I can have me a martini :D

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I am making lasagna and oreo(gluten-free) cheesecake for my next 'lesson' tomorrow. I put quotation marks around lesson as our conversations have gotten rather.... risque? Not sure a lesson is all that's on the menu....

So I'm having a great night! How bout you all?

Are you cooking for your martial arts lessons? Or are you giving someone some private cooking lessons? ;)

Just relaxing. Heard good things from the teachers. Boy and his dad are at Robotics.

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...Got a pinot grigio at the ready.. . .. ...

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Ok, got me White Moscato. How we gonna do this?

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Are you cooking for your martial arts lessons? Or are you giving someone some private cooking lessons? ;)

Just relaxing. Heard good things from the teachers. Boy and his dad are at Robotics.

Am trading food for lessons. I suppose some cooking lessons might come into it at some point.....

:D

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Almost 5 PM so I can have me a martini :D

:)

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Hey Oscar! Welcome to the party!!! :D

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Am trading food for lessons. I suppose some cooking lessons might come into it at some point.....

:D

Go Bunnie!!! :D

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