THE STORY OF ONE FAMILY'S JOURNEY WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CELIAC DISEASE.
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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Change the World

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Look up there.

On the tabs bar...right after "Home".

Yes.  The one that says "LIFE FOR A CHILD".

That's the right one. 

Today marks the second anniversary that little tab has been residing here, on Candy Hearts. You see, I've been on a personal mission to increase awareness and support of this most amazing program, and I'm *so excited* to witness the Diabetes Online Community pouring out love this year to help them as well!

Through the Spare a Rose, Save a Child campaign YOU can do something RIGHT NOW, THIS MINUTE...something tangible...something meaningful...something that can change the world.

YOU can help save the life of child.
It is estimated that there are 100,000 children with diabetes around the world who are in need of assistance to access insulin.
Without insulin, these children will die within 1 week.

PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO WATCH THIS VIDEO.
If you can't do it right now, then bookmark it and make a commitment to come back when you can.

They need us.
They need YOU.

CLICK HERE TO HELP!!!
  
Open your Candy Heart and connect with these stories.

Then do something to help the thousands of families like them who are living with
Type 1 Diabetes, and desperately need your support.

Whatever you do...PLEASE do not turn your back. 

We are ONE community.  We must take care of each other...
and we must do it NOW.

They each count.


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While I'm happy to share our experiences with what works, and what doesn't work, for the management of Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease in our house, please do not mistake anything you read here for medical advice. Decisions regarding your/your child's health care should be made only with the assistance of your medical care team. Use any information from this blog at your own risk.