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what a blessing for you all to have had such an enthusiastic and well-respected advocate and educator in your group! I am sure she touched many lives outside as well. it's always hard for anyone to fill their shoes, and I'm sure she will be missed.
Living out Hebrews 10:24-25
Diagnosed Gluten and Casein Intolerant 4/18/08.
I am so sorry for your organizations loss. I doubt if she can be replaced.
There Are No Accidents!
Living With Bipolar & Losing Weight and Disabled
Take time to laugh - it is the music of the soul.
-- From an old English prayer.
So sorry to hear about the loss of this advacate for GF living. I know she will be a loss to your group.
Being a Christian isn't about religion. It's about a relationship with the One who made us. I'm so thankful to be one of His.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13
Do not ask the Lord to guide your footstep, unless you are willing to move your feet.
God grant me the serenity to accept those I cannot change, to change the one I can,
and the wisdom to know itís me.
What a touching story. May God rest her soul. It's wonderful to hear more about people like that. What a gift she was.
"Joy is not in things; it is in us."
I'm going to be heading to my monthly gluten-free meeting soon. It is going to be a sad meeting because our greatest local advocate died this week. A local female physician was very active in our group because her granddaughter was diagnosed with celiac disease a few years ago. This woman was very kind and interesting. She educated herself on celiac disease and was probably the best informed doctor in town - even better than the GI docs. Just the fact that she was a 75 year-old female physician was impressive to me! Her family is asking for donations to our group in her name. She is making a difference even after her passing.
"They always say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself."
- Andy Warhol