I can’t believe this will be the fifth year of diabetes art day (February 3, 2014).
Diabetes art day is always a special event, but this seems extra special to me. I had a chance to talk with Lee Ann about it recently, and she’s taking things to a whole new level with this one. You know she’s gone back to school to become Dr. Thill, which I think is incredible. She is an incredible asset to those of us who need help straightening out the mess that diabetes creates inside of our heads.
This year she is hoping we can help her with some research around how working in the creative space makes us feel, especially around our diabetes. It’s a short and painless survey that you complete before participating in diabetes art day on February 3rd. You’ll also receive an e-mail requesting that you complete another short follow-up survey shortly after diabetes art day.
— Mean Scott (@MeanScott) January 15, 2014
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