Pretty Little Celiac GIVEAWAY!

Pretty Little Celiac T-Shirt

Pretty Little Celiac’s first ever GIVEAWAY!!!

I decided since today is such a doom and gloom, rainy Wednesday in Ohio – I would brighten the day by giving something away.

This is a men’s size small – black with pink lettering “Pretty Little Celiac” T-shirt

How can you enter?

Easy!

LIKE Pretty Little Celiac on Facebook

Follow Me on Twitter at PrettyLilCeliac

Leave a comment to this blog post answering the question ~ WHY YOU ARE THANKFUL….

(and that you liked PLC on Facebook & your Twitter handle)

I will pick a winner on Sunday – 9/30/12

Good Luck Everyone!!!

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36 responses

  1. I’m thankful for raising a daughter who says she doesn’t want any Christmas presents this year. She would rather donate money to an unfortunate family. Makes me so proud to be her Mom!

  2. i am thankful that we have two amazingly fabulous daughters & that after discovering our youngest had celiac disease we were able to come together as a family and be more healthy in our food choices & also began a natural skin care business. so what was a negative turned into a positive. xo

  3. I am thankful for my celiac disease diagnosis. I am on the road to recovery and it also prompted my husband to be tested because he had digestive issues similar but not as severe as mine…..and they found he has Crohn’s disease. Without my diagnosis I would still be very ill and my husband would never have discovered his crohn’s disease which is a very serious thing. We are both gluten free and eating whole natural foods and feeling better than we have in 10 years!!

    • @CandyL36 is my twitter 🙂 I also follow you on FB. Everyone with Celiac Disease has been so helpful to me after my diagnosis in July. My doctor told me ….”you have celiac disease. Google it.” Thankfully pages like yours helped me figure it all out and realize I was far from alone!

  4. Many things in life to be thankful for, the two that only matter to me…the Mrs. and #lilboo – as long as they are healthy and happy – life is good! 🙂

    Liked PLC on FB and Follow on Twitter @DaddyBookins

    Peas Out!
    ~Cameron

  5. I am thankful that I found out what my illness was. Many of my family before me could have avoided cancer. I am sad that they never knew the reason for their sicknesses and had the chance to change their lives. I am thankful that I will see my kids grow up. I am also thankful for both my granny’s, who taught me to cook anything from scratch and @betterbatter flour for with out them, I would have been lost.

  6. I am thankful for my amazing supportive family and friends and although at times I do hate it, I am thankful for my celiacs. Im thankful for this disease because it keeps my body and mind healthier. Before I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I was in constant pain and I was always bloated and tired. It was a terrible way to live. My doctor wasn’t helpful after diagnosing me so I was on my own to researching what I could and could not eat, which at the time seemed like everything. After researching, I was still iffy about some of the things I could eat, that is, until I found your blog. Your helpfulness and inspiration has been so influential. Without your help I would still be lost. I’m truely thankful for your generous and helpful advice Rachel. Thank you for your blog.

    Twitter: amylizmcg

  7. I am thankful that my 2 year old granddaughter was finally diagnosed with celiac disease. It took way too long in my opinion. I am also thankful for your blog, a real person with the same problems….not another Dr. who has never experienced this. Now she can grow up happy and healthy just like God intended.

  8. So very grateful that finally, after almost 15 months of being diagnosed with celiac and going gluten free, I am seeing and feeling the benefits. And my type 1 diabetes control has also gradually improved! Yesterday my doctor visit was good news across the board. Thank you, Naomi Berrie Diabetes Research Center at Columbia University, and thank you Columbia University Celiac Center, for changing my life!
    Been facebook fan of yours for a while, and now following you on Twitter as @salon52tina
    Thanks for raising awareness!
    Tina Piaquadio
    Orange County, NY

  9. I am thankful for the abundance of foods that are gluten free in stores/restaurants. It’s not as overwhelming as I thought it would be! My favorite thing is sharing new products and places to dine out with others! Celiacs helping Celiacs!!! 🙂

  10. I like your FB page and I follow you on Twitter from @WeCanBegin2Feed

    I am thankful that my doctor has agreed to do a celiac biopsy on me along with a G&E but not thankful I have to eat gluten again for this next 2 months leading up to it! Love the T.

  11. I have liked your FB page and am following you on twitter, handle ThePools.

    I am thankful that I have a supportive husband that goes out of his way to make sure he doesn’t do anything that could make me sick and that he truly will go out of his way to get me things if I run out of it. He once drove over an hour 1 way in a storm to get me the only thing I could keep down, Gummi Bears-Gold, when I was first sick. That is love and understanding.

  12. I’m thankful that I’m finally getting around to putting everything other than my health on the back burner and finally getting some answers so that the next decade of my life won’t be the last decade of my life 🙂 Following you on Twitter and FB.

  13. I am thankful for my family who are always trying out new gluten free recipes for Holidays and get-togethers for me and my girls with Celiacs. Their support and love has made this transition of gluten free eating much easier, and dare I say, almost fun! :o) (I do not have a twitter account, but I “like” you on Facebook, and just in general!)

  14. I am thankful for my amazing friends and family and their tremendous support of my Celiac Disease. They are always looking out for me and checking labels!! I am also grateful that I found you on facebook because it is great to have another resource and friend!

  15. I am thankful for a nearby gluten free bakery! I recently moved near it and I’ve never been so spoiled with delicious gluten free treats freshly made daily and available so close.

    I’m following you on facebook, but I don’t have twitter.

  16. What am I thankful for?…plenty!…I get to awake and take a breathe, to look outside and see Mother Nature with such an array of stunning beauty as it takes a sad moment and turns it into such a thankful and happy one, I have a roof over my head and food that I can still eat safely with an amazing taste, these are tiny things that most don’t get to have and I take that highly…I am thankful for such a loving and supportive community which doesn’t take away or destroy hope but gives it abundantly, as including PLC, which has brought people together with a common interest and doesn’t allow an illness to stop smiles and laughter…I am thankful for my life, a life that is not only beautiful but AMAZING as its shared with lots of loving and compassionate people whom I adore, I’m never alone…what am I thankful for?…PLENTY!!…:)

  17. I’m thankful for being alive & healthy today ! Thankful for being able to learn & to be tough by others in this world.never judge a book by its cover ! :0) I don’t need the tea shirt give to to someone that’s in great need ! But I love the idea of ?What are you thankful for ! Many of us don’t Appreciate what we have in our lives & what we don’t have what’s makes us work hard & strive to getting That point !;0)👍✌

  18. I am very thankful that i finally found the reason for my pain and suffering.
    Celiac disease had been hard for me to accept but more knowledge from this website has helped me tremendously.
    When i eat the wrong thing my body lets me know, so i have been more diligent about preparing and purchasing the gluten free products out there. One in three people have celiac disease, thank God more and more stores and restaurants have become aware of the need for gluten free food and gluten free menus.

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