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More Than Numbers

Yesterday my son and I went to a College Fair. It was quite an event – more than 250 colleges in attendance and some interesting seminars. It was our first venture into the college search phase of life. We attended … Continue reading

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Upside Down Numbers

Yesterday I was checking my blood glucose and found it amusing that I have been looking at my numbers upside down for over a year. When I was forced to switch meters (insurance coverage), I just couldn’t bring myself to … 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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What’s Your Target?

Do you have a blood glucose target? Mine is 100. I can’t even tell you how long my BG target has been 100, but it’s been a while. I wrote a while back about the Quest for 117 and that’s … Continue reading

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The Quest for 117

I have a long history with the Clara Barton Camp for Girls with Diabetes. Those of us who attended as campers or staff call each other “Barton Girls” and we have many great memories and some inside jokes. One joke … Continue reading

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