It’s Luke’s diaversary! What’s a diaversary you ask? It’s the anniversary of his Type 1 diagnosis. It’s not something some people want to celebrate. And I’m definitely not celebrating diabetes itself, but the fact that we have made it through our first year of highs and lows… of carb counting… of learning… of advocating… of looking at life with a new perspective. We’re celebrating Luke!
How will we celebrate?
Well, here at home we’re going to throw caution to the wind by eating carbalicious meals all day long- cinnamon rolls for breakfast, macaroni & cheese for lunch, and pizza, pasta, & garlic bread at Cici’s for dinner (his choice) and, of course, Chief ice cream!
Here on the blog, we’ll celebrate with YOU by giving away a few of our favorite things that helped us get through this past year!
What could you win? Well, let me show you!
An orange “God’s love is greater than the highs and lows” band from MudLOVE. (I have two of these to give away!)
A $5.00 Starbucks gift card. (Because before this year, I was not a coffee fan. Now it’s a necessity.)
Super awesome stickers & tattoos from the T1D Club.
(And, today- June 13th- ONLY, use the code “LUKEfavorite” for $1 off all orders!)
A $10.00 gift certificate towards your purchase of wraps for your insulin pump, Dexcom receiver, pods, & more from Pump Peelz.
A $15.00 gift certificate to purchase any ID from RoadID. (We have TWO of these!)
A $20.00 gift certificate from GrifGrips.
And a “Drop” hat from Beyond Type 1.
This just in! Dee Dee Diabetic just graciously donated a signed copy of her book Poking Fun at Diabetes to win, as well!
To enter, simply comment to this blog post telling me which item above you would like to win, as well as your email address (so I can let you know when you win!). This giveaway will end on 6/20/16 at 9PM EST.
(For physical items that will be shipping, I will pay for first class shipping within the United States. International shipping fees are paid by the winner of the giveaway.)
Here’s to another year of keeping sugars in range to the best of our ability… guessing the carb counts on random foods we can’t find online… and living life to the fullest!
We love you, Luke!