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If you’ve been looking for the May GFE Virtual Gluten-Free Support Group meeting, that post will be up next Tuesday, May 8.
Did you see my post on sources of hidden gluten—Hidden Gluten: 4 Places and 1 Resource to Watch—over at Celiac Central: Bits and Bites, the blog of The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness?
Last check out this photo my good friend Cheryl of Gluten- Free Goodness snapped for me! I’m hoping these signs will proliferate like tribbles.
Ina Gawne says
I loved all of your tips Shirley – thanks for sharing! Well written with great information too!
Thanks so much, Ina! I appreciate you leaving a comment on my post over at the NFCA’s blog, too. 🙂
Haha, Arleen! I’m not the Star Trek fan in the house, but for many years, I watched by default and that was one of my favorite episodes. Tribbles resonate with me in many ways. 😉
I love the sign and the tribbles reference!
Jane–I love that sign, too! I need to steal it and take it with me everywhere I go. 😉 Okay, I really won’t do that, but I’d like to. LOL
And you’re another Tribbles “fan” … who knew? Hehe.
Kim (Cook IT Allergy Free) says
Oh my goodness!! You NEED that sign! That is absolutely awesome…
And, when I saw Wordless Wednesday, I first thought…”oh no! Something must be wrong. Shirley could not possibly put up a post without words.” I am so glad that you had a bit to say here. All feels right now in the world! xoxox
Hey Kim–Isn’t it perfect? I actually know that it might have another not so nice meaning, but I’m thinking positive and considering it my sign … just misplaced temporarily. 😉
I don’t think I’ve ever actually done a true Wordless Wednesday post. Not sure. Maybe one long ago. Yeah, me without words is reason to be concerned! LOL
Melissa @ glutenfreeforgood says
As always (even on Wordless Wednesday), I’ve learned something new here at GFE. Tribbles! I didn’t know what tribbles were. Glad you provided the link. =)
Looking forward to your virtual support group meeting. I always enjoy snooping around your living room during those parties.
Melissa–Not watching television means that there are so many new little tidbits that you can learn when there are pop culture references online. Like you need to fill you head up with those, right? Still … tribbles are pretty amusing, huh? 😉
It’s funny you should say that about snooping in my living room because after the first two posts, I thought, hey, folks are going to start getting bored seeing these same old photos each time. Of course, they are not the same, but with some of the same attendees and my same old living room, they may well look the same! I’m going to have to mix it up a bit. LOL
OK where is this sign and if it suddenly went missing they will now know where to look. 🙂
Diane–Now you know I don’t make it to NOVA often, so the sign is probably safe. For now. 😉
Diane, the sign is in Falls church on route 7–go get it, girl! =)
Cheryl–It will be something if that sign disappears … this post and these comments might be considered evidence of a motive! Egads!
Heather @ Life Gluten Free says
I’ve been thinking about this since I saw it on your Facebook page! It makes me laugh! So funny.
Hi Heather–Great to see you, and good to know that sign has given you a laugh! Maybe there’s a special parking sign for all of us out there … we just might not have discovered them yet. 😉
Carey Greene says
Take that as ‘a sign’ 🙂
Carey–Hehe … love it!!! 🙂
Heather @Gluten-Free Cat says
I knew you were famous, Shirley, but now you’re a true celebrity with your own parking space! You need to watch out for paparazzi!