It looks like this: I don’t how many test strips are in that pile, but I know it’s five months worth of finger sticks during training. Most days, diabetes plays nice, but when it doesn’t, it’s often fiercely uncooperative. I’ve spent the last few months detailing diabetes in a way I never imagined. It’s made […]
It’s funny how the one place I didn’t want to be at Christmastime ended up being the only place I wanted to be. Home. Surrounded by little hands and feet, hearing about the newest adolescent woes and being embraced by arms that have loved me through everything. This Christmas season has been beautiful. It’s been […]
When I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, I asked “why me.” I was confused, and I was angry. So angry, I even quit praying for several months. All my life I’d been taught about this amazing Savior who loved me so much He died for me and my sins. He would always guide me […]
You think that headline is an exaggeration, but I assure you, it is not. Kerri, Brian and a gaggle of others saved my life Wednesday night during an informal Google Hangout chat. And mind you, we were chatting while the question “How has social media impacted your diabetes, management and life?” was being asked. Ha! […]
Last night, I’m pretty sure I had the cutest (and sweetest) Valentine’s date around… I was lucky enough to spend Valentine’s Day with some of my closest friends. Dinner was delicious, and the company was fantastic! It was a wonderful evening with one of my favorite half-pint D-kids. Cute, huh?