Whew! It has been an amazing couple of months for me. I have so much I’d like to say about so many things, but I’m short on time (seems to be a theme of mine lately). I’m heading off to the YMCA for some afternoon basketball, which I’m hoping buys me some slack from you guys.
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All of your help has pushed me into the final round of voting for Insulindependence’s 2o13 Athletic Achievement Award! I can’t thank you enough.
I need another huge push from you guys, if I may ask. The voting is a bit different this time — it’s much easier and faster (we [...]Continue Reading →
I have a message for you!
Exercising with diabetes is super hard, but you can be successful with it! Education, practice, and persistence can pull you through it.
This short video is my entry into the 2013 Insulindependence Athletic Achievement Awards contest. I’ve made it to the semi-finals and I need your help to [...]Continue Reading →
I am so excited about this announcement!
We have long talked about health care professionals and our desire for them to recognize the value of peer to peer support. This event may be one of the first steps in a very important evolution of understanding and cooperation.
The Partnering for Diabetes Change Coalition [...]Continue Reading →
See this guy? This is Neil Benchell. He is one of my favorite people in the world. He does magic tricks, tells jokes, flies airplanes and giant kites, rebuilds antique cars, and makes balloon animals. I’m sure there are some great things I’m forgetting to mention…
I love him because he’s a great guy [...]Continue Reading →
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