There is a petition being passed around on line asking people to “demand” that JDRF and ADA “spend more on a cure” and less on other things. As someone who wants nothing more in life more than I want a … Continue reading The one that might shock you until you read it: Why I WILL NOT sign a “petition to fund more for a cure.”
It’s time for me to gather all my ride gear and pack it again. This time my destination is Death Valley, California where I’ll be riding with a great group of advocates determined to kick Type 1 diabetes in the … Continue reading Readying for the JDRF Death Valley Ride: The one where I give YOU all the credit
On the news the other night there was a piece about an amazing new “ice cap” that might just stop cancer patients from losing their hair. A doctor talked about it and said “I know it’s not a cure, but … it’s … Continue reading Defining a cure: It’s unique to each person
(Note to my readers: Sorry about the break. With the book coming out [Kindle next week; print mid June] and some other things, it’s been busy. But here I am, back again. Thanks for your patience). My daughter has … Continue reading New Tools: Do they need some Old School back up?
Last week I shared how I HELD HOPE IN MY HANDS, and to be honest with you, I’m still kind of buzzing with a totally feeling of – to go all Guilana Rancic on you – amaze-balls. I honestly mean it when I say that while I’d truly been in on the discussion and idea of APP since nearly the ground floor, it wasn’t until I saw it in action on Anna that it truly clicked for me. So today, an update. Anna and I spoke last night at length about her feelings at this point, and you need to … Continue reading I Held Hope in My Hands, Part 2 (the one with Anna, her Awesome Abs and the APP Trial)