November 1, 2014

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A Carby Day
Or at least it was supposed to be! Today is Day 30 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge and I made it!  I really wasn’t sure that was going to happen, but I did.  I did take the 2 (More)
Ideal Diabetes Support Group
The topic for the April DSMA Blog Carnival is, “Describe your ideal diabetes “support group”? What would you discuss?” For me, the DOC has been the ideal support group.  Back in 1984 when I was first diagnosed, I did go to a bunch of local support (More)
First Time I Woke Up With EMTs Over Me
Today’s prompt for Day 28 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge is, “First Time I… Write a post about the first time you did something. What (More)
Lethal Syringe's Lethal Syringe
Today’s prompt for Day 21 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge is, “Health Madlib Poem. Go to: http://languageisavirus.com/cgi (More)
Gastroparesis and Apidra
I first started using Apidra in the spring of 2008. I saw people talking about it on a message board and wanted to try it. I had so (More)
Nova Max Plus
Back in March, I wrote about seeing an article discussing the Nova Max Plus being (More)
Snow, Eyes and Foot
A little bit of everything! I decided to use my two, “get of posts free” cards for Sunday and Monday. Today is the first day that my eyes have not been blurry after having the laser on Friday. After IMore)
Eye Appointment and Electronic Medical Records
For Day 20 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge, I am going to invoke my writer’s choice privilege.  Actually earlier today, I was at the eye doctor and I thought I was going to have (More)
Who Is Coming to Dinner?
Today’s prompt for Day 19 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge is, “5 Dinner Guests. Who are 5 people you’d love to have dinner with (living or deceased) and why?” [caption id="att (More)
Take My Words to Heart
Today’s prompt for Day 18 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge is, “Open a Book. Choose a book and open it to a random page and point to a phrase. Use that phrase to get you writing t (More)
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