Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Sign-Ups of Card Designers for the "It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop 2020

Hello Ladies,

Here is the List of Card Designer who have signed up for the 2nd "It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop.  This list isn't complete at this time, but just the start.  I just don't want to miss someone who wants to be a blog stop for this Blog Hop!!

  1. Anne Buckingham
  2. Anne Temple
  3. Bernie Cuttino
  4. Beverly Cole
  5. Bunny Hoyle
  6. Carol Mayne
  7. Cathy Zielske
  8. Darlene Pavlick
  9. Darnell Knauss
  10. Debra Davison
  11. Diane Hover
  12. Donna Ellis
  13. Gail Hutchinson
  14. Helen Nile
  15. Ine Swinkels
  16. Ishanie Sai
  17. Jane Tyrrel
  18. Janis Woolbright
  19. Judy Markowitz
  20. Julie Odil
  21. Kren Kurts
  22. Lena Fonkert
  23. Lisa Gayle
  24. Lisa Reynolds Bzibziak
  25. Lori Kobular
  26. Marilynn DeGroot
  27. Mary Moisan
  28. Melissa Czapor
  29. Michael Trent
  30. Michelle Lupton
  31. Michelle Wallace
  32. Patti J. Gilliam
  33. Penny Cunningham-Ward
  34. Samantha Aguilera
  35. Vicki Parson
  36. Victoria Moore Beall

This is all in the early stages of planning so please have patience with me while I come up with the Mood Board and other things for the Blog Hop.  If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail Lori at mulchlady6@gmail.com and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

The Blog Hop will take place the first week in February ~ the 1st through the 7th 2020.  Why February?  Because February is Turner Syndrome Awareness Month!  With over two million females affected by ST we have to bring awareness to this random chromosomal disorder.

If anyone knows of a die or stamp company that would like to be a Sponsor for the Blog Hop please let me know.  Commenters and Card Designers will be eligible for prizes.  But our main focus for this Blog Hop is to bring Awareness of Turner Syndrome and how it affects Girls and Women throughout their lifetime!

Thank you all for taking part in this Blog Hop!  I really can't express how this touches my heart!  My goal is to get the Medical Field to do more research on the lifelong medical issues for TS Girls and Women!

Here is an update on my daughter, Julie, since the first blog hop Julie has had a Breath Test done to see if she has SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth) which is a medical condition in which a person has an unusually large population of bacterial overgrowth and this overgrowth can cause bloating, diarrhea and pain.  Julie tested positive, she was given a course of strong antibiotics but unfortunately still suffers from these issues.  Her diet has been changed to limit carbohydrates intake to prevent bacteria from growing but she is still having issues and from talking to other parents of TS girls IBS, Crohn's Disease and Celiac Disease are common.  Julie has been tested for all of them and  comes up negative.  The doctors really don't have answers.  So this is why more research needs to be done!!

Thanks for participating!!


  1. A worthy cause, Lori. I look forward to working with you again in 2020 to bringing awareness to Turner Syndrome. [Bunny]

  2. Hi Lori I don't see my name here? I mentioned in the FB group that I would love to take part again? Hugs xx

  3. That is wonderful that you are doing this and bringing awareness! God bless your daughter and bless you all!