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What was said vs. what we hear

In the summer of 2009, the kids and I drove from Colorado to New Hampshire with a stop at the Canadian Niagara Falls. As we drove across the border, an official leaned out of her booth and asked the typical … Continue reading

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Diabetes: Advice for Caregivers

Trust. Open Communication. Understanding. I can’t overemphasize the importance of these behaviors when you are living with, taking care of, or just know someone with diabetes. The last chapter of my book is about this very topic. Ask questions! Find … Continue reading

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Great Diabetes Thing

Today’s Dblog Week prompt is to write about one diabetes thing I do “spectacularly.” That’s a strong word. As I thought through all the diabetes things I do, I realized that I pretty much mess up all of them at … Continue reading

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