Monthly Archives: July 2013

Food!

Thinking about food this morning. Partially because I think about food a lot anyway, partially because the #dsma twitter chat* started with the topic of body image & relationship to food, and partially because I am more likely to exercise … Continue reading

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Tiny, less depressing post

The blog check-in day was awesome (thanks, Chris!) — the comments I got mean SO much to me. I blog for myself but knowing that there are others out there sometimes is priceless. We’re going to see Neil Gaiman in … Continue reading

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Decompression

[warning: lots of whining in this post. In fact, you may want to skip it completely.] I blew it. I let myself become that person who didn’t put on my own oxygen mask before assisting others (or just doing other … Continue reading

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Jealousy — FFL & Disney-style

OK. I’ll admit it. I’m jealous. I’ve been reading all the blog posts about FFL — the interesting/informative sessions, the superstar speakers (you know who you are!!), the support groups taking place in the pool, the green bracelets…  Especially all … Continue reading

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Because

Carnival time!  “Blood glucose.  It’s front and center when it comes to diabetes.  It is how we get diagnosed and it is what we are trying to manage.  An important tool we use to manage our blood glucose is our … Continue reading

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Rollercoaster

We’ve been on the T1 roller coaster lately… After months and months of easy overnight treatments for hypos, last week when I tested the bear and discovered that she was in the mid-60s and tried to wake her up enough … Continue reading

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