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Diabetes and determination: An old — but good — story about strength

March 3, 2013By 7 Comments

  A newer d friend of mine – actually 2013 JDRF Children’s Congress Chair Angie Platt – had just posted about her morning. Her son with diabetes had awoken – as everyone with T1D does at times – with high blood sugar that would just leave most of us wanting to crawl under the covers […]

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What I learned in my JDRF Ride to Cure Training, Part 4: (The one where good friends remind me they are still here)

September 24, 2012By 7 Comments

I don’t even remember how I found out about it, since I’m new to cycling. I think I may have just been google searching to find supported rides in the greater Boston area. In any case, this past Sunday morning I got up bright and early (have I mentioned I am not a morning person) […]

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A Happy Birthday Message to my Daughter With D: What I’ve learned from you

September 4, 2012By 19 Comments

A note to my readers: Lauren turned 21 on Sept. 2. She is off Facebook for a month because of a leadership role she has taken on in her sorority. So she’s not getting all that on line facebook love we all get on our birthdays now. I hope you’ll read this and then use […]

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