Wednesday, November 19, 2008

It's Not Your Life.

No amount of blogging on my part can compare to hearing it straight from a kid with diabetes.

Thanks to Joseph for not allowing diabetes to define who you are.
Thanks to Sandra for showing us what it means to love a child with diabetes.


Jenny said...

my professor was talking about this in diagnosing a kid with diabetes is not such a surprise anymore like it was a decade ago. the state of health of americans and probably ppl around the world is saddening.

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