World Diabetes Day is always a pretty special day for many of us living with diabetes.  But last year, November 14, 2008, we were treated to something very, very special.

One of my very best friends, and a favorite d-blogger of many, George Simmons, created a little [...]

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Diabetes is such a unique condition.  While the basics are the same for all of us living with type 1, and many of those living with type 2, our bodies are all very different, and we all have to adopt different management techniques.

I think that everyone being different makes it harder to deal with.  [...]

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Did you all see G-Money’s vlog post the other day?  The one where he was playing basketball with his family and had to stop because he got low?  If not, go watch it now.  What we get with this slice of his life is how frustrating it can be dealing with [...]

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I have been feeling tired again, despite using my CPAP machine every night.  My blood sugars have been running high.  I’ve been trying to counter that with ever increasing amounts of insulin, without much success.  I’ve been gaining weight.  I can’t focus or stay on task for long.  Everything is harder.

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I was tagged for this one by both Rachel and Penny (thanks!).

I’m not a huge “meme” kind of guy, but figured I should get this one done and out of the way, rather than procrastinate on it (sorry Chris!).

Eight things I’m looking forward to:

Always looking forward [...]

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Chris, from A Consequence of Hypoglycemia, awarded me with a tag a while ago very long time ago and the Honest Scrap award.  Thank you Chris!  Here’s how it works.  I am to tell you 10 things about me that you may not know, but that are true, [...]

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I’ve been wresting with myself the past few days.

I did something I knew very well I shouldn’t.  In fact I did it three times.  And each time I was miserable and scared afterward.  And once I was done being scared I felt guilty.

Mistakes in life happen, and are necessary.  We need to make [...]

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