Hope is a strange thing for someone who has lived with diabetes for as long as I have.
Deep inside me somewhere.
But it’s dormant; smothered to sleep by decades of failed promises and premature excitement (usually involving cured mice).
Ed Damiano showed me something pretty amazing at the Continue Reading →
Lots of news to spread today! Buckle up for some bullet points.
Are you near the Washington, D.C. area (Crystal City, VA, specifically)? Come to the CWD Focus on Technology regional conference and expo happening next weekend, February 1-3, 2013. Sebastien Sasseville is the keynote [...]Continue Reading →
I first heard Joe Solowiejczyk when he was in Minneapolis a few years ago to speak at a JDRF Walk kickoff meeting. I liked him almost instantly. He has lived with type 1 diabetes for about 50 years, and his specialty is the mental aspect of living with type 1 diabetes. I am a big [...]Continue Reading →
I have rarely, if ever, seen Jeff Hitchcock without a camera. Not only does he always have a camera with him, he also knows how to use it. Jeff spends much of the conferences roaming around with his camera and capturing some of the magic. I love that he does that! Most of the Continue Reading →
On the beach for the CWD Staff Retreat on Wednesday, I got pretty sunburned. It was bad enough to give me a little headache later in the evening, and I thought I’d be miserable for another day or two. Thankfully, after washing up for the night, putting on some fancy hotel brand lotion, and getting [...]Continue Reading →
If the rest of the world understood the inability to actually control this disease, I think we would get a little more empathy and little less blame thrown our way.— George Simmons, The B.A.D. Blog
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