The other day I was looking at my website stats and was both surprised and pleased. It would appear that I reach over 10,000 people each month. I know for many sites, they see that in the run of a day or even sooner than that but for me that is pretty amazing.
I do not have an advertising budget. I don’t have a huge staff (I am the only staff and I don’t get paid). The website (for all of its faults and victories) is created by, managed by and filled by me. I do not have a computer…Continue
I just finished my review on a great new resource...Gary Scheiner's Until there is a Cure. It can be read at http://diabetesadvocacy.com/blog/until-there-is-a-cure-a-book-review/
Yesterday I finished reading Gary Scheiner's new book "Until there is a Cure". I will be writing about it in more detail later this week but one thing struck me as I read--diabetes is hard work! As I have mentioned numerous times, I have been at this game for over 13 years now. I should kind of have an idea of just how hard this diabetes thing is to handle but seeing it in print made it worse.
I was tired and overwhelmed by what I read. I worried about my son once again. There were…Continue
According to Facebook, I was not alone in my early morning fight with diabetes. I noticed that many other parents spent more time awake last night than asleep thanks to the dia-beast!
Last night my son was the picture of health and fitness. I could hear the weights clambering as he lifted and pressed. I watched him haul his body up and down on his chin up bar and tried to convince myself that I could do that if I really wanted to. As I headed off to bed, he sat at our table chopping…Continue
Last night I rolled over in bed, put my arm near my face and went...YUCK!
My son had dropped insulin on my arm! I was laying in bed when I realized that we had forgotten to reset his basals back to "school days" after 10 days of Easter vacation....
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