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In about a month, I’ll be on a plane headed for a land far away. I have an adventurous and passive spirit so traveling isn’t stressful for me; it’s fun. Whatever happens, happens. But when it comes to flying with diabetes, I become incredibly anxious. Add U.S. and international customs (like with this trip) into […]
It’s officially ride season! I’ve signed up for another JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes, this time in Nashville, and I want you to ride with me! Because it’s a new ride and because Nashville is, well, awesome, the ride is reaching full capacity fairly quickly. There’s only a limited amount of slots left, but I […]
Last year, I left for a mission trip with a team from my church only to be called back home before we arrived. Knowing it was safer to turn around, it was still tough to accept. When you pray over something continually, your heart grows more and more toward that thing or that person. This […]
I live in a world full of hope and expectation. I look for the good in people and situations. The glass is usually half full and the sun usually comes out tomorrow. It’s just how I’m wired. So when I left for California last October, you can imagine how high my expectations were for the […]
When I walked into the hotel for the JDRF Symposium last Saturday morning, two of my favorite little girls had their arms around my waist before I could even drop my bags. In that moment, I realized how thankful I am to have this life — truly, genuinely and without reservation grateful. Today marks 19 […]