Sunday, July 15, 2012

Global Giveaway Hop



Welcome to the Global Giveaway Hop! 
  

This is a giveaway hop in which you can win some fantastic prizes. It's hosted by Simply Stacey. 
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My prize, is a duo of these beautiful Seagull Pewter Christmas ornaments, specially crafted, each year, to support Muscular Dystrophy Canada.
Congratulations to Michael Dale Grim on winning these two beautifully crafted keepsake ornaments!!








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To find out more about Muscular Dystrophy or purchase one or more of  these beautiful hand crafted Seagull Pewter ornaments, please visit here at  Muscular Dystrophy Canada

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Using the Rafflecopter form below, simply follow the instructions, complete the mandatory entry,  plus any or all of the optional entries for your chance to win this amazing prize!  Good luck!

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42 comments:

  1. I am familiar with Myotonic Dystropy but would like to learn more.

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    1. Hopefully we all can learn more, together.

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    1. Then you know the life long struggle it can be for the whole family. Thanks for entering and I hope you win.

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    1. There are good times and not so good times with this disability. But we appreciate the simple and blessed more. Good Luck and thanks for entering.

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  4. I am a little familiar with it.

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    1. Then, I hope we can learn more from others who have been living with this disability and learn from each other. Good luck in the draw and thanks for entering.

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    1. If you glance back at my other posts, I've begun to describe a little of this disability along with how it have impacted out family personally. Good luck in the draw, hope you can join us on our journey and thanks for entering.

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  6. No, not at all!

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    1. Then, I hope you can follow us along on our journey and we can all learn more together. good Luck in the draw!

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    1. Then, I hope you can follow us along on our journey and we can all learn more together. good Luck in the draw!

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  8. No I'm not familiar with it
    msboatgal at aol.com

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    1. Then I hope you'll consider joining us on our journey. I've posted a few basic symptoms of this condition. then from there we can learn together. Thanks for entering and I hope you win.

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  9. Sorry, I am not familiar with it..

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  10. No need to be sorry, not many people including doctors know much about this disability. Hopefully you can join my site and learn along with the rest of us. Thanks for responding and I hope you win!

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  11. Then, I hope you will join my blog site and learn what I have already posted and jopin our journey. good Luck with the draw.

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  12. No i am not :( but I would like to learn more about it

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  13. Then, I hope you'll join my site and read over the symptoms and stories I've already posted. You never know when you may run into a young Mom or Dad struggling with this disability with their child and not having a diagnosis. Maybe it will be you who points them in the right direction. Thanks for commenting and I hope you win the draw.

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  14. no,until today i never heard of it!

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    1. Then, I hope you'll join my site and read over the symptoms and stories I've already posted. You never know when you may run into a young Mom or Dad struggling with this disability with their child and not having a diagnosis. Maybe it will be you who points them in the right direction. Thanks for commenting and I hope you win the draw.

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  15. i have heard of it but i dont really know what it does to you.

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    1. I, too had never heard the name until our family was affected by this debilitating condition. Please feel free to join my site and travel this journey with us. Good Luck in the draw.

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  16. I had a friend with this disease He said his symptoms have slowly gotten over the years that he is lucky he has lived a lot longer than the doctors expected. He had his good days and bad days

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  17. Hi Stephanie.
    My husband was diagnosed with the adult onset, when the youngest grandson with this was born, and the symptoms progress slower with that. It's the two boys with the congenital type (born at birth)that have it the toughest in our family. But by understanding more about this we are able to work together to help them and their Mom & Dad. Thanks for you comments and I hope you win the beautiful Seagull Pewter ornaments.

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  18. Then you're aware of how this can affect family. My daughter, who has the young adult form doesn't see her life as tragic. It's just the only life she's ever known and has only ever had with the the two disabled boys she has. I guess she's accepted them for who they are and makes their lives as good as she can.
    Good Luck with the draw and thanks for responding.

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  19. I am not familiar with it.

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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    1. I would love it if you would join this site and come along on our journey. Good Luck in the draw.

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  20. It's under the umbrella of Muscular Dystrophy, but it a little unusual because it effects not only the muscles but the cognitive development as well. . but the more we learn, the more we can help.
    I'd like to have you join this site, if you'd like, and journey along with us. Thanks for responding and Good Luck in the draw.

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  21. No, I am not.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  22. I know a little about Muscular Dystrophy having known several with the diease but know nothing about Myotonic Dystrophy. I believe we can never know enough and I will be seking out information on this diease.
    beh2351@frontier.com

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    1. You're correct that knowledge is power. Please join this site and come along for our journey. You can learn form what I've already posted and the rest we'll learn together.
      Good Luck in the draw.

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  23. I'm not familiar with myotonic, but I am familiar with Muscular!
    Victoria S

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  24. Myotonic Dystrophy is from an unusually high repeat of one of the genes, so the affect on the body is at the cellular level, therefore affecting all parts of the development, both muscular and cognitive.
    Hope you can join this site and read what I've already posted from the Canadian Muscular Dystrophy sites along with our own family's story and them join us on our journey of learning.

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    1. Hi Ruth,
      If you get a chance please join this blog and read the previous posts from Muscular Dystrophy Canada and my own family's story. then we can learn together from there.
      Good Luck in the contest.

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  26. I am not personally familiar but know individuals who are

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  27. Then you know how disabling this can be. Thanks for entering. Please join this site and journey along with us ans e all learn more about this condition. Good Luck in the draw.

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