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Posted: May 15, 2011
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Posted: May 14, 2011
Well today's topic of discussion is "snap shots". From what I've seen today of other uploads - they are pretty darn good and it will be taking me abit of time to check them all out (it's a rainy day here in Montreal today)! I have the pictures below also posted at my Flickr account with more detailed description - just look for me under the name of FatCatAnna or at the following link - http://www.flickr.com/photos/fatcatanna/sets/72157626593639727/ (cut/paste this link in order to view it or try it directly thru'
The D-Bat Smart Mobile (in my dreams)
World Diabetes Day - November 14th
Insulution - Daily Dose syringe
My Dancing Shoes for D-Prom :)
Half Century Treat with my BFFD-Stuff !!
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Posted: May 9, 2011
I’m one of many folks that are taking part in the 2nd Annual D-Blog Week that Karen Graffeo at Bitter Sweet is so kindly hosting on her website this week. If you haven’t heard of it – check it out - see what we’re all doing – and perhaps get involved – come on don’t be shy!
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Posted: May 17, 2010
For the last blog assignment for the week of the Diabetic Blog Week we were asked to write about what we would do if a cure for diabetes was found, a *magic* pill was swallowed and we didn't have diabetes - how are lives would be changed.
Do I believe that there will be a cure found for diabetes? It's nice to think that there will maybe one day, but I guess because I've been diabetic since a young age, it's never really bothered me that I've had it this long. I know many who are very bitter about this disease, and it sometimes saddens me that they feel that way. Yes, diabetes does bugger things up for me sometimes, but the main thing is - I AM ALIVE - WE ARE ALIVE!!!
A good friend of mine, Darlene last year lost her 17 year old daughter Jenna to cancer (I wrote a blog about it last September). Actually, her birthday is this week, and she would have been 18. It was very hard to hear the news last year and at the time we were looking for our latest sailboat (which is named Jenna's Journey). What sent me into a slump at that point was if Jenna had diabetes instead of cancer, she would be alive today and I'd be helping her!
That is the cure I would rather hear of - a cure for cancer as well as diabetes. I know many parents of diabetic children will be very upset by my saying this, but I grew up with diabetes in what my friend Brigitte from France calls the "Stone Age" in her recent blog here at Diabetes1.org. We are both still alive even with a few complications of diabetes despite being diagnosed at such a young age. Diabetes can be managed much better then it was back when we were first diagnosed. If we can take of ourselves we can lead a very healthy and productive life. I have met many diabetics of over 50 years still vibrant and alive, and for me, they are my role models of being able to be the same way as I get older.
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Blog: Cherise Shockley
Posted: May 16, 2010
Karen (Bitter-Sweet Diabetes Blog) is the brains behind "Diabetes Blog" week. I am trying to play catch up because life sometimes grabs me by the pancreas, turns my world upside down and then I lose my thought process. So, here is the subject for Day 6 of diabetes blog week:
Diabetes brought many changes in my life.
My first TuDiabetes meet-up
site change gone wrong...GUSHER!!!
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