CHD Shopping That Makes a Difference

August 15, 2009 at 2:35 am 2 comments

Today, I could use some therapy…shopping therapy that is.  What better way to shop than to buy CHD products that make a difference!!  So, here is my list of great items you can buy that promote awareness, tout your proud CHD heritage, benefit CHD charities, and are just plain fun!

  • Personalized Saving LIttle Heart Tees!

    Personalized Saving LIttle Heart Tees!

    Personalized “Saving Little Heart” T-shirts from Luna B Tees.  The link is http://lunabtee.com/item_90/Personalized-Saving-Little-Hearts-Shirt.htm.  These are adorable!!  $10.00 from every purchase goes directly to the organization Saving Little Hearts in Nashville, Tn.  This organization does loads of good for heart patients and their families.  They make and distribute hospital care packages, they raise awareness, they provide parent matching, and much much more!!  So, if you can buy the shirts for yourself, your heart patient, and everyone else that might like them!

  • CHIN hope heart necklace

    CHIN hope heart necklace

    These beautiful silver necklaces can be purchased at http://www.tchin.org.  They proceeds from the necklaces help raise awareness and help CHIN provide support and education to people.

  • Gracies Theme

    Gracie's Theme

    Paul Cardall is a talented musician who has lived his whole life battling and winning in his fight against CHD.  His music is inspiring and uplifting.  His newest release includes a touching piano solo by Paul titled Gracie’s Theme.  It was inspired by a beautiful heart angel named Gracie.  You can order the CD, called Sacred Piano, at www.paulcardall.com.  You can read more about Paul and his many other CD’s at www.livingforeden.com.

So there is my short-list.  I’ll add more as I find them from time-to-time!!  Happy shopping!!

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  • 1. Amy  |  August 18, 2009 at 7:10 pm

    Hi, I just found your blog as I was looking at Paul’s blog. I also have a daughter (7 years old) that has TOF and her name is Abigail!! She will also need a valve replacement in the future (depending on her health). I related so well to your story as I was reading. My Abby gets sick a lot too and we’ve had MANY hospitalizations as well. I have been looking for people that have similar stories that I can relate to. I don’t have a lot of time right now, but maybe later we could share stories if you are interested?! Thanks for starting this blog!

    Amy

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    • 2. nikki1975  |  August 18, 2009 at 8:04 pm

      I am always interested in sharing stories whenever you have the time. I would love to hear your Abby’s story and maybe feature her on here if you would allow me to. Thanks for stopping by. Hope you’ll come back often!

      Reply

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