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Monthly Archives: March 2016
In 2001, I received a double transplant of a kidney and pancreas and in 2003, I became a cancer survivor.. And just like the Juvenile Diabetes, there are a ton of stories to go along with these miracles in my life … Continue reading
For many years I have worked with homeless people in a variety of scenarios. Homelessness is a real concern for me, for countless reasons. And I also think to myself we could all be one small step away from being in that … Continue reading
I was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes when I was 11 years old. There are a ton of stories around that little fact that I will share along the way, but for today, I jump to my adult years when I wore … Continue reading
I was at a neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt a few years ago. I would guess there were a couple hundred children, between the ages of 3 and 10 present. There were so many eggs hidden in the local park you … Continue reading
Are you familiar with this song? Take a listen . . . .and really hear the words. I was driving around today doing my “to do things” and this song came on the radio. I love it. I love the … Continue reading
As a child, I played a lot of games. Board games were my favorite. Especially Monopoly. I could sit for hours and buy and sell and build homes and hotels, etc. Being the youngest of five, there were times, especially … Continue reading