"Thank you D! I am so very sorry I'm just now responding. The note got pushed down in my in-box! : )
ll three pieces ar 20x20". All three represent how the daily grind of being a diabetic can obscure the bright beauty in life.
"Hi Amy, thank you for reaching out to me! I'd love to be interviewed as part of your website. I love the idea of focusing of women & diabetes. I do believe we have a unique set of challenges to deal with. Please let me know how and when I…"
Thank you so much for your note... sorry it took me so long to catch up. We will be doing something with Diabetes Supplies Art this year. I am not sure when, but for sure something. In the meantime, please post your pieces on the group, if you haven't done so... It is an ongoing project. If you posted them, please let me know where so I can see them. :)
no I must say I don't know. I recommend you add Andreina as a friend. Also, we would LOVE to see some of your supplies art. (maybe you have posted there, I haven't checked recently). I loved Andreina's "curtain" made from Manny's insulin bottles.
hi Tanya, don't you love that diabetes supplies art? Andreina, our founder's wife and designer of our "look" here, is very proud of our contributions there. right now I am making a quilt to raise awareness of our community. tell me about your artistic interests.
You took Type 1 3 years after me! Hey Your welcome!!!! Nice to have you aboard with us!!!!!!! Please rember we're all her for you anytime you need us. I didn't know how much I was missing til I got here a few years ago! I even learned about Type 2 after many years of having it in my family.
Wow, thank you all so much! What a warm welcome! I look forward to being part of the family. I've recently realized how hungry I am for connecting with people who understand about being a diabetic, and all that entails. :-)
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Kim Vlasnik, you NAILED it! In this video, Kim Vlasnik takes our breath away as she describes what its like to be a person with diabetes. Fortunately, Stanford’s Medicine-X Conference gives ePatients, like Kim, a chance to speak since we carry the Read on! →