I’m honored to introduce you to Laddie (@MNAZLaddie on Twitter). When the weather here in Minneapolis is nice, she lives here. The other 11 months of the year she migrates to more a more hospitable climate in Arizona. Okay, I was kidding about the 11 months thing, the weather is [...]Continue Reading →
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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 →
The first session I went to was called “Government Relations 101″. Sounded perfect to me – as I had no clue what I was getting into. Kim and I sat next to each other and listened to a great, high level, presentation about the JDRF and Government Relations.
At some point during [...]Continue Reading →
I’m spending the week down in Florida with the CWD family. Later this week will be the Family Support Weekend. Kerri and I are getting aquanted with the staff and will be getting our feet wet with a few presentations.
There is something special about sharing time with people [...]Continue Reading →
Having spent the weekend with George and everyone that came to town for his celebration, I was an emotional basket-case. I was riding a freaking tidal wave of emotions on the last day of my visit.
To have those fragile emotions rattled around like dice in a cup, then tossed out, one [...]Continue Reading →
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