Lee Ann Thill is one of my favorite people around. She is super smart and plugs into the emotional side of life with diabetes with experienced perception.  She’s been wrestling with type 1 diabetes for a long time. She get’s it.

Looking to take her smartness [...]

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I’m revisiting the tail end of my time in Los Angeles celebrating with George for his 20 year diabetes diagnosis anniversary.   There’s just a few more stories (and pictures) to share before I can close the book on that adventure.

After the celebration everyone parted ways for a little siesta.  We [...]

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A Smarty Smarty

On September 1, 2010 By

 

Today (September 1, 2010) is the first “Diabetes Art Day”, a really fun project that Lee Ann (with a little help from Cherise) announced recently.

My niece, a creative genius, was over this weekend, and I recruited her to help me.  I love how she thinks – everything [...]

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Diabetes Art Day!

On August 25, 2010 By

 

I want to spread the word about Diabetes Art Day (September 1), a very fun idea by a super special person. Lee Ann Thill is an art therapist and a person living with diabetes.  Lee Ann is a wonderful person, and I’m blessed to know her.  I hope that you’ll [...]

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I walked into the Richard Rubin Keynote (opening session) with an overflowing breakfast plate and my shoulder bag full of diet sodapop.  After only a step or two into the room I was stopped in my tracks by the sheer size of this thing.  I had no idea.  No. Idea.

I could not [...]

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Food Issues? Duh!

On June 2, 2009 By

I have food issues.

I don’t know if these issues exist apart from diabetes, or because of diabetes.

My recent dLife column is about an experience where diabetes was clearly the culprit.  If you have a moment, would you take a look?

I would love to hear what some of you think about [...]

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