~12:45 p.m., December 11, 2013.
William Lee Hoskins.
Yes, I'll carry on your name, but also everything you've taught me during over the course of my nearly 35 years.
Love you, Grandpa.
"It's not an iPod, it's a medical device."
|An Actual iPod, NOT a medical device.|
|My Dexcom G4 (partially photo-bombed by Ping).|
Just wanted to say to you and Suzi that I loved your Diabetes Ninja toy so much, I made 20 of them to send with my son to Camp Joslin for him and his cabin mates and counselors. I of course made the weapons, including a sword made from the cartridge plunger and needle cover, and a Kendo-style staff. I included a card that states "I am a Diabetes Ninja. Expert. Fighter. With cool weapons. I await your command, Sensei," in a Japanese-style font. I know they will be a HUGE hit, because I gave one to his friend and his parents found him fast asleep that night with the Diabetes Ninja tucked in his arms at a BG check. Thanks so much to your wife for this wonderful way to reach out to these kids, who do become Diabetes Ninjas at camp.
|Not Me, it's Steve Martin.|
Diabetes Wild Kingdom Wildcard
What is the ideal diabetes service animal? Think beyond the obvious and be creative in explaining why your choice is a good one. For example, maybe a seal would make a good service animal - it flaps its flippers and barks every time you get a good blood sugar reading! (Thanks to Tristan of Based on a True Story for this topic suggestion.)
You are a cashew and I'm a pecan, but despite our differences we are both nuts in this crazy world...
Lord Almighty, I felt a sting from infusing! Hotter hotter, it's burning under my skin. D, D, D, this feels like I am on fire. My set's a flaming, and I don't know if it should be pulled. Just a hunka hunka burning leg site. Hunka hunka burning leg site... #ElvisIsAliveAndLivingWithDiabSo, in honor of that recent mindset, I've opted to re-post the following blog from March 2011. Enjoy!