You know, I read a WHOLE lot of blogs – and have learned a WHOLE lot of stuff from so many of you. When I have to start using Insulin, I’ll know what to ask and where to go for more information about insulin. The “d-bloggers” share a lot and it’s very helpful to those of us who are still the newbies at this diabetes stuff. Nobody makes it sound simple, but the honesty is refreshing and eye-opening. About the time I was diagnosed, the Wall Street Journal had an article on Amy Tenderich and “Diabetes Mine.” From Amy’s I was off to Six Until Me and many, many other blogs. Sara, a single mom, who is dealing w/ diabetes and autism is simply amazing – George’s comments after attending a wedding brought tears to my eyes. Meanwhile, my lifeline – Diabetes Daily Headlines – is offline tonight – not available – and it’s the pits. The epitome is Allison – young and getting ready to move across the country for her first job after graduation. Through the headlines, I’ve met all these cute, optimistic young and older people w/ diabetes. They are quite amazing. They are smart. There are more – but without the info from Diabetes Headlines, I’m having a hard time finding them all.
Thank you to all of you for sharing your lives with all of us. It’s appreciated, really!
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