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A Lesson on Atoms
(or Letting Go)

When it was early summer vacation and close enough to the end of the school year for Lia to still be considered an elementary student and not a rising sixth grader Franca and I weren’t sure what changes we’d make to her diabetes care plan to meet whatever new challenges arrived with middle school. Other […]

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You Should Know

Day 5 of Diabetes Blog Week. The topic: What is one thing you would tell someone who doesn’t have diabetes about living with diabetes?   This is a hard one for me. But it shouldn’t be. If you’ve followed my writing at all, you know with what vigor, emotion and honesty I’ve sought to unearth […]

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D-Blog Week: A New Friend

Honestly, D-blog week caught me by a bit of surprise today. I’ve been so wrapped up in… well, let’s just say other stuff. When a friend reminded me and I went out to Karen’s blog, Bitter-Sweet, to take a look at this year’s topics I knew then I had no choice NOT to get on […]

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Loving the outdoors!

Into D-Wild

Steve and I love the outdoors. As parents, we try very hard to instill that love in our children.  When not on a His-and-Her-only retreat (for you other outdoor enthusiasts check out Mount Le Conte, a “primitive” lodge in the Smokies reachable only by hiking. You will not regret it!), we’ve had the kids join us […]

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