So, I am trying to take a break from the blog to get my life in some kind of order, right? Things are just too crazy, and something has to give for the moment. But, I promised certain blog post would go up, so I keep my promises. And, somehow, in this promising that I did, I have 2 posts going up in 2 days.
What the…? I really have to plan my non-plans better. I need an assistant. Anyone want to do all of my grunt work so I can do just the things I want to do?
Oh yeah. And for free? Hello? Anyone there? Rats!
Well, on to more important things. As I said, oh, yesterday, this is Celiac Awareness month. And, the NFCA (National Foundation for Celiac Awareness) is doing a month-long, blogger of the day campaign to help spread awareness called A Blogger A Day:The Gluten-Free Way. Well, today is yours truly.
Thank you, thank you. *as she bows so elegantly* (Or maybe a curtsy. After all, the royals just got back from their honeymoon, right?)
On a slightly more serious note (I just can’t do serious that well, so it will be slightly.), the NFCA is a great organization. They are determined to spread awareness far and wide.
The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) was formed as a national 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization to raise awareness of celiac disease among the general public and the healthcare community, and to facilitate research to better understand the causes, mechanisms, and treatment of celiac disease.
Awareness brings treatment that, in turn, brings improvement of the quality of life for those with celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Our goal is to reduce the time to diagnosis and, in the process, reduce the devastating impact of undiagnosed celiac disease, including the contraction of others diseases such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, and an “autoimmune cascade.”
I mean, that is really admirable. I am so honored to be included in their campaign. They are really fabulous.
In addition, they have a page talking about What They’ve Been Up To and Where They’re Headed. Please go over and check out what they have done/are doing. This is an amazing organization that could truly use all the help they can get.
So, back to that assistant position. Anyone want to do my laundry?