A personal blog by Khürt Williams, with imagery, and inchoate ramblings on coffee, beer, and geekery.
As another Diabetes Blog Week draws to a close, let’s reflect on some of the great bloggers we’ve found this week. Give some love to three blog posts you’ve read and loved during Diabetes Blog Week, and tell us why they’re worth reading. Or share three blogs you’ve found this week that are new to you. D-Blog Week
There were a lot of great posts from people throughout the week and I don’t recall them all. However, two post did stand out to me. These are my personal picks but two bloggers that I’ve never read before. These are the ones that I bookmarked for later reading and want to share with you.
Carlyn took us down memory lane writing about how she found the love of her life. Someone willing to look past her disease and see her for a person. I found the story quite touching.
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He’s been by my side ever since, cheering me on, helping me out of bad lows (while helping himself to glucose tablet ‘candy’), changing my pump sets and soothing my fears. He’s a huge reason I’m in such good control today. He’s knowledgeable, patient and compassionate. He gets more excited about seeing a PWD in the wild than I do sometimes. He has become my biggest supporter and my best friend. He helps me laugh about this disease, and he lets me cry.Carlyn
Because, well, there isn’t anything I can do other than deal with it, otherwise I’d be dead. That’s not an exaggeration, it’s the truth. Diabetes could kill me. Some days it’s hard to remain positive about it but that is why I have thrown myself so hard into natural health and healing. I will try and do whatever it takes to ensure I’m healthy to prevent long term complications.Suzi
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