The BIG RIDE is coming up NEXT WEEKEND already! That happened fast! I continued to struggle with mechanical problems which put me into a serious rut for my training. It has been hard to climb back out, but a great 80-mile (!!) training ride last weekend was just what I needed. I feel ready!
I was really moved by a recent newsletter from Dr. Steve Edelman & Dr. Jeremy Pettus about diabetes complications and asked for permission to share their thoughts with you. When Diabetes Gets Complicated And what could be more complicated than complications? Yes, that’s right. It’s not a fun or funny topic. In fact, it’s the […]
My phone starts to ring while I’m programming my meal bolus. I can see it’s a call I’d like to answer. But I’m more than halfway through my programming, and I have numbers in my head (blood sugar, carb count) that I can release forever … once I get the programming done. My phone continues to […]
My wife’s understanding and patience with me (and my diabetes) seems to know no bounds, and I’m so grateful. It hit me about halfway through my shopping list at Walmart; that feeling of my blood sugar dropping fast and the anxiety of lots of insulin on board (relatively). A quick glance at my wrist confirmed […]
I am thrilled to introduce Joe. He came all the way from Germany to attend the very first Diabetes UnConference and asked if I could help him share his experiences. I’m absolutely honored, Joe. Take it away! 6,000 miles for just two days A lot has been written about the first Diabetes UnConference already, so I want to […]