#WIN Passes to Disney’s Million Dollar Arm: Multi City Screening

million dollar armDisney is known for many things and one of those is making great movies.  Am I right?  Ya, you know I am. :-) I am excited to let you in on the next great hit that Disney has on it’s hands and that is Million Dollar Arm! Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday: April 23rd, 2014

Disney Wordless WednesdayBack for another round of the Disney Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop and this week our theme is Characters On Parade!!  Who doesn’t love a parade?  Continue reading

No Child Without: Canadian MedicAlert Foundation

no child withoutRecently, quite by accident, I came across this wonderful program called No Child Without.  No Child Without is a FREE service for school aged children who have a medical condition or special need that has to be shared with medical personnel in the event of an emergency. Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday: April 9th, 2014

Wordless WednesdayThis week the Disney Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop is going Retro!  I love pretty much anything that falls under the category of retro or vintage, but this one had me stumped.  My first trip to Disney World was not as a child, but rather as an adult and it was in 1995. That hardly qualifies as Retro, but it is old, almost twenty years old! The next hurdle was getting those photos onto the computer.  Continue reading

CAI: Petition To Reduce The Risk For Anaphylactic Passengers

Canadian Anaphylaxis InitiativeThe Canadian Anaphylaxis Initiative (CAI) is a network of Canadian families who are devoted to raising awareness of anaphylaxis, a severe and life threatening condition, with our federal government.  Continue reading

World Allergy Week 2014

world allergy week 2014April 7th is the start of World Allergy Week for 2014.  This annual initiative was created by the World Allergy Organization (WAO) along with it’s members to bring about more awareness of allergic disease and related disorders.  The goal behind World Allergy Week is to get people talking about allergies, recognize they are a real disease and get better training programs in place.  The training that is needed goes beyond just learning how to inject an Epi Pen.  Society as a whole needs to see that allergic disease is on the rise and should be treated almost like a social disease, meaning it can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

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