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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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kaki_clam    15

so.....new boy.....jeez...he's to good to be true...last night he was washing some of the dishes I had brought over to his place for cooking...they had already been washed...so I asked...what in heck are you doing..those are already clean...he says..."well, I accidently set them next to my loaf of bread...(this being a loaf of bread that he hasn't even opened yet)...and I didn't want you to get sick, so I thought I would was 'em again"...really??? Number one...wow....Number two...I wouldn't have even thought to do that!!

He also went through all the shampoo and soap at his place to make sure I was ok with it...

so in love :)

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K8ling    64

OH MY GOODNESS!! SQUUEEEE!!!! That's awesome!!

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luvs2eat    60

What a keeper!!

I'm constantly amazed at the kindness/concern of friends/neighbors. We have an incredibly "gruff" neighbor who now reads labels when he's buying ingredients for something he wants to cook so he'll be able to tell me if I can eat it or not. It really touches me!

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Rowena    55

K. That boy is a miracle! Does he watch chick flicks with you too? *chuckle* I love my husband. He's like your fiance. I recently went through my house and dumped everything that was filled with gluten (including my nailpolish which my hubby was shocked had gluten in it.) into a box. We're going to give it all to one of my neighbors in need. But as I was dumping things in, he saw me dump a pistachio pudding in (it said on the box processed in a factory that contains wheat or whatever). He looked only for a brief second disappointed, but then he said, "Darn, I was looking forward to trying that. But its okay, I don't want to make it if you can't eat it. Its no fun if I can't share it with you!" Awwww.

He still has a few gluten things in the house, but we are very careful about cross contamination with those. Its so cute.

(And for the record, I bought my husband four movie tickets for his birthday, and one of the movies we saw was a chick flick. He even suggested it! YES!)

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realmaverick    21

Aww that's really awesome.

I love people who have such amazing levels of consideration. It's rare. He's most likely the kind of guy, who will go out of his way to put a smile on your face too.

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