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Autism Matters Blog Hop

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Today I'm joining Stampin' Up! demonstrators from all over the world to help bring awareness about Autism.  We are doing a Blog Hop and sharing fabulous cards and asking you to help by making a donation to Autism Speak.

Autism Fact:  Dogs have been shown to improve autistic children's qualify of life, independence and safety.  The presence of a trained dog can reduce aggressive behavior, calm the child, and serve as a link to the child's community.

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Our nephew Nicholas has Autism and is a wonderful young man attending college and working towards a career in film making.  His mom and dad have learned a lot about autism over the years and have helped many other families with autistic family members.  Nicholas, this card is for you -- you truly are spectacular!!

I hope you will consider making a small donation -- every dollar donated helps reach our goal

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Be sure to check out the other Blog Hop participants:

 
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Judi ANderson

Peggy, I loved reading about your nephew and can't wait to see one of his films! Love your topsy turvy cake.

Maureen Rauchfuss

That is awesome - love that crazy cake!

Lee Conrey

Great job on your card Peggy....really shows off the Autism Colors. Thanks for sharing about your nephew. I'm thrilled to hear he is making great strides. Together we can help others make great strides by raising funds for research. Thanks so much for helping us do that.

Michelle Irinyi

I love the vibrant primary colors of your topsy turvy cake! It really just says it all.

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