This is a short (3:21) video compilation that Jenni composed, orchestrating a small sampling of some great Health Community Heroes. (George & Ann from our little diabetes corner of the world (I’m honored to join them), and a whole bunch of other fantastic people making a difference for [...]Continue Reading →
A routine, by definition, is something that is done over and over again. With diabetes, repetition gives us an opportunity to fine [...]Continue Reading →
I dropped my lancing device (a.k.a. my “finger poker”) on the gym floor last week. The cap that goes over the lancet popped off and skittered away.
I’m on the side of the basketball court, facing the wall. There’s nothing but empty gym floor to my left, right, and behind me. I looked and looked [...]Continue Reading →
Just a quick note today. I’m a few minutes shy of heading out to play some lunchtime basketball, and I can’t wait to get there! I’ve got a short week of exercise this week because of the holidays, so I’m anxious to make the most of what I’ve got.
For the past two years I [...]Continue Reading →
Sometimes I have a handful of random stuff I want to quickly talk about. Seems like bullet point lists were invented for times just like this. But the problem with bullet point lists is that the typical bullet points — the actual, literal, bullet points — are boring. But I think I have a solution. [...]Continue Reading →
Fountain sodapop is one of my favorite things. Lots of ice, unlimited refills, and I’m a happy guy.
Until recently I didn’t know how those machines worked behind the scenes. I had visions of lots of tubes and hoses running for miles and miles behind the counter. You know what — that’s not too far [...]Continue Reading →
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Imagine having to pump your own heart because it didn’t do it by itself. And when you want to sleep you have to pump it slower. For exercise you would have to speed it up. You would have to know the rate of pumping for every activity. Do you think you could do it? Do you think it would be easy?— George Simmons, Facebook
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