Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Where Awareness Meets Fashion: A WDD Giveaway with Lauren's Hope

TOMORROW is World Diabetes Day!

World Diabetes Day celebrated every year on November 14th.  It was created by the International Diabetes Federation.  You can read more about WDD and it's symbols and history HERE.



November is Diabetes Awareness month and I really like having a month set aside especially to advocate and educate about T1D.  Of course, to those of living with T1, EVERY day is a diabetes day and EVERY month is Diabetes Awareness Month! But it's nice to have an organized event, too!

Of course, what celebration is complete without some awesome BLING?!?  And the only thing better than jewelry is FREE JEWELRY!!

In my last post, I told you all about the incredible bracelets that Sweets and I got from Lauren's Hope!  I really feel strongly about her wearing her medical alert bracelet every day.  And I love that she is able do it with STYLE!

This is her CURRENT favorite bracelet!  (She pretty much likes every bracelet and necklace she sees in the catalog!)



And this is MY bracelet!  It's a caregiver id!  Want to know more?  Read THIS.



In honor of World Diabetes Day, I'm teaming up with the wonderful folks at Lauren's Hope to do something special.  We are giving away a $50 gift card to Lauren's Hope!

Just think of all the awesome you bling you can get with that!!!

Maybe you want a bracelet... Or want to try a necklace or dog tags... Maybe your child wants a silicone bracelet or maybe you want something for YOU!   Whatever you have your eye on.... it can be YOURS!

Want to know how to win this awesome prize?!?

Here's what you need to do!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The giveaway end at 12 am EST of November 15th!  A winner will be randomly picked and posted on this blog that day!

Good Luck!
Now go wear some BLUE!

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15 comments:

  1. My 6 year old daughter! As hard as I try to not show any negative emotions about her having Type 1, she still has and shows way more strength than I do sometimes which fuels me to fight for her even more! Even if some day she gets tired of managing her Diabetes and feels like she just wants to give up I will show her the same strength that she has shown me and help her to find her way!

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  2. I can't figure out how to type my answer to the question or how to withdraw my entry since I can't answer the most important part "Why I advocate"! Sorry I am so challenged. You can just ignore my attempt.

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  3. For my beautiful daughters, Kayleigh and Mackenzie, who were both diagnosed last year.

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  4. My beautiful 5 year old daughter, She was diagnosed 11-12-12 just one month before her little brother came in to this world, love her so much she has such a positive attitude about this disease and is so much stronger than I can ever dream of being, for her I fight to find a cure

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  5. My beautiful 5 year old daughter who was diagnosed on 11-12-12 (one year yesterday) and one month before her little brother joined us in this world. She has such a positive attitude about this disease, she has more strength then I could ever imagine having, For her I fight for a cure

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  6. My #1 is my 11 year old daughter who was diagnosed at age 4. We never stop working and praying for a cure!!

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  7. My #1 is my type 1, 11 year old who was diagnosed when she was 4. We never stop working and praying for a cure!!

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  8. My #1 is my 11 year old daughter who was diagnosed at age 4. We will never stop working and praying for a cure.

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  9. I'm the T1 in my family, but my fear is that my daughter (20mo) will develop it someday because of me. We need a cure so that can't happen.

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  10. Hi! LOVE lauren's hope and your blog! I just started my own diabetes blog yesterday! any tips?

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  11. My #1 is my 9 year old daughter. She was diagnosed on October 8th of this year. Still trying to grasp the magnitude of our new normal.

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  12. My Number One is my 6 year old daughter who was diagnosed at age 3. She is way better at this than me :)

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  13. My 6 year old daughter, diagnosed at 3. She has always been way more brave than me with this disease!

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  14. Oh really pretty designs all bracelet and my son #1 son is have really cool designs for purchased on a cheap silicone wristbands its really need full for everyone so then you have top go there on website thanks for sharing!

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