Monthly Archives: November 2017

Different Kinds of Hope

I recently heard someone say that there are different kinds of hope. She talked about lazy hope and authentic hope. She shared that we’re displaying lazy hope when we say things like, “I hope you do well.” On the other hand, authentic … Continue reading

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Thankful for Insulin and More

It’s a good day to think about thanks. All the other days I’m so busy getting life done. I’m checking blood glucose levels, taking insulin, counting carbs, making appointments, going to appointments, working, working, working, driving kids, teaching kids to … Continue reading

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People Helping People

Today is World Diabetes Day. It’s the anniversary of Fred Banting’s birthday. It’s Tuesday. Today we wear blue, display blue circles, and talk about diabetes – funding, research, new technologies, new devices, new treatments, a cure.   Last week I … Continue reading

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National Commission on Diabetes

Did you see that Trump signed a bill to establish a “national commission of health care experts” on diabetes? I’m actually very excited about this! And what better time to do it than during National Diabetes Educator Week? My hope … Continue reading

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