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Wow. I'm amazed I didn't know this before. I went through a pretty serious discovery of a nasty gluten-intolerance about 2 years ago. Although I technically tested negative for Celiac antibodies (and the microbiologist in me knows how not great that test is) I immediately went gluten-free and have never felt better. Being a scientist, I also help educate those I meet and have gotten really, really into the science of gluten-free baking. Actually, my blog contains a number of interesting food hacks for gluten-free audiences and you should let your mom/sister and anyone else know because I've been told my recipes are quite good. I recently made myself a red velvet cake for my birthday that was to die for, gluten-free or not. Anyway, here are my recipes I will definitely be visiting your mom's site and promoting it through my gluten-free community, which interestingly enough overlaps pretty well with my Star Trek loving community ... who knew. Thanks for spreading awareness! Rosalind Girls Are Geeks
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You know. I love to read your recaps of things, because even though I was across the country, you make it seem like I was there. Molly seems awesome, and I wish I could see her. East coast please! Rosalind Girls Are Geeks
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2010 on memories of w00tstock 2.4 at WWdN: In Exile
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Everything is a good excuse for Bon Jovi, I almost sang that at Karaoke last night, but had to be a big girl and go to bed. Playing Rock Band with friends tomorrow though, so will definitely be with you in spirit there (but really in PA, yuck).
Toggle Commented May 27, 2010 on in which a list is completed at WWdN: In Exile
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I love your wife, Wil. I'm a reasonably geeky girl who married an even geekier guy, and it has totally pulled out the geek in me. It's actually at the point where I've created a Girls Are Geeks blog to help reconcile being a woman and being a geek, and we at the blog think Ann is awesome. You too, of course. As for geek fitness and achievements and such, me and my husband are avid don't-want-to-be-fat-anymore-ers, and I use Wii Fit because the cute little balance board asking me why I gained a few a pounds is good motivation not to, and my husband uses Nike Plus with his iPod touch which gives him stats and levels. I'm considering putting together a dice related workout for my blog though! BTW - Maybe Ann would like our blog, you should find out! It was inspired by PAX East. Girls Are Geeks
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