On June 27, 2012, I attended a JDRF Research Update meeting. I sent out a message on Facebook and Twitter about being there and that I was enjoying the updates. There were a handful of people who asked me to share what I was learning. So here we go!
JDRF Research has been split into [...]Continue Reading →
I need to get this off of my mind. Because my blog started as an outlet to deal with the often hard and unclear emotional mess diabetes brings, I somehow feel it best to do it here.
My best childhood friend’s dad passed away recently, and the funeral is tomorrow. My friend lived just [...]Continue Reading →
Anyone else remember when treating a low involved sugar cubes or tubes of cake frosting?
Have you ever had a tube of cake frosting break open in your pocket? Or tried to carry around a baggie full of white powder that started off as a bunch of sugar cubes?
I’m thankful that today’s options travel [...]Continue Reading →
The statue in the front lobby was one of the first things I saw when I walked in the door. And more than just a token representation of what Lilly is all about, it was the first of endless reminders of the import work done here.
Last month I had the honor of being invited [...]Continue Reading →
“Living with diabetes is like living with a tiger. If you feed it, groom it, never turn your back on it; you can live with a tiger. If you neglect it; it’ll pounce on you and rip you to shreds.”— William “Lee” Dubois
DisclaimerI am not a medical professional. Nothing on this site should be construed as medical advice. Your diabetes may vary. Contact your health care provider for specific questions.