There’s something going on in the diabetes world that I don’t quite understand. Well, I do understand it to a point, but I don’t understand how widespread it seems. The Facebook and other social media posts come often, and … Continue reading Doctor, Doctor give me the news: Good or bad, it should feel RIGHT.
It was like déjà vu all over again. Only this time, I was a little surprised at myself. Was I really on the phone with a university official, pleading for cooperation and actually nearly crying (all without my daughter with … Continue reading First, last and ‘Security?” (The one where I freak out and forget my own mantra)
I feel so guilty. I am going to go back to hard-core training, work my way up to another century ride, ask friends to donate to JDRF to support that ride, and basically give my heart, soul and a season … Continue reading 2013 JDRF Ride to Cure Update: The one where I feel guilty, but power through
It was mid-winter and we were waiting. And waiting. For the letter. My daughter had applied before for JDRF’s Children’s Congress and been rejected. Each time, I’d watched with joy as a few other children from our chapter went off … Continue reading The power of taking “No” and making it work (advice during the week of the Children’s Congress letters)