I started out as an illustrator & graphic designer, having studied at art colleges affiliated with the U. of Toronto....but eventually went into teaching. I still illustrate though....and occasionally do stage designs. I want to get into working with glass. Bravo on being featured on the "Members" page Rachel!!
great stuff! I see you have an interest in typography. I got very interested when I was working on my "Word in your Hand" quilt here. I now know the difference between arial and Helvetica. The title of the quilt was done in Helvetica, just like it is on the online pages of Tudiabetes.
hi Rachel, I'd love to see some pictures of your art, and graphic design projects. Your video was so powerful, made me choke back a few tears. Congrats on being featured. I'm sure you are making a difference in kids' lives as a camp counselor.
Thank you for the reply.
Dr. Hippler is not my first choice. I wanted to volunteer for the STUDY FOR INHAILING INSULIN. After taking up much of my time and filling forms he questioned wheather I was really type 1 diabetic. I had lots of questions and asked how would I carb count if inhailing insulin is a one-shot dosage? He wanted me to have a retest at my expence. I questened him by asking "then why do I respond to type 1 treatment" if I am not type 1 diabetic?. He did not like my questions. I was not impressed.
I am somewhat familiar with Dr. Dorsch. Does he have a good staff that can take on a challenge like me?
Thank you so much
I have been a type 1 diabetic for 20 years. Age 59. Pumping 9 months, Minimed 722 and CGM. Possible gastroperisis. I don't wish to burden you with additional information. We hope you can offer information or stear us in the right direction.
The Joslin Diabetic Center in Peoria got me started on the pump. I am a very difficult case and I think I am a bit too challenging for them. My wife and I are thinking of switching Dr. who is more up to the challenge.
Who do you see that you are happy with? Have you ever heard of anyone going to Chicago? Any advice?
329,040 minutes, 329,040 moments so dear. 329,040 minutes — How do you measure, measure volunteers? In smileys, in tears shed, in counsel, in cups of coffee. In units, in carb counts, in laughter, in strife. In 329,040 minutes – how … Continue Reading
Diabetes Hands Foundation has always relied on partners and advisors to increase its understanding of the diabetes space, in order to better serve people touched by diabetes. Today this is as true as ever, as we proudly announce the expansion … Continue Reading