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Raising a child with type 1 diabetes to live life to the fullest

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Latest Blog Posts for Without Envy

  • The Garden Collapse
    on Aug 11, 2011 in Food Gardening
    I mentioned the garden, or rather the garden’s collapse. It’s too bad. We had great plans for a marvelous harvest this year, as this photo clearly shows. That woodwork you see, other than the lattice, was hand cut, yes hand cut, from a re...
  • Man vs. The Empire Brain Building
    on Aug 9, 2011 in Coping Philosophy
    epiphany / iᴵpif ǝ ni/ n. pl – nies 1. a usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning of something 2. an intuitive grasp of reality through something (as an event) usually simple and striking. A shining forth...
  • Dog Days of Summer
    on Aug 3, 2011 in Coping Family
    A few years ago I wrote a story about a dog we owned named, Digger. The piece was for a local publication which every August ran a special “Dog Days of Summer” edition printing favorite pet stories submitted by their readers (you can read it here...
  • Need To Know
    on May 31, 2011 in Community
    Maybe it’s me. In my younger days, I read legal and military fiction — Griffin, Clancy, Grisham — and added to that a war-time stint in the army, so maybe I’m just overly-sensitive to the fact that some people have a need to know and...
  • What a Wonderful Wonderful World
    on May 15, 2011 in Community Philosophy
    So, seven days, seven things to write about what I’ve discovered is one annoying, rude, sometimes laughable, non-discriminatory disease; and what do I have to show for this most opportunistic effort? Well, plenty. First, to those who do this every...
  • Worth a Thousand Words
    on May 14, 2011 in Family
    I love the idea of documenting our d-journey through pictures and while it’s true we have captured a few memorable events on film (or in pixels, rather), unfortunately, there’s just not that much more that’s worth posting beyond what I’ve alr...
  • The Bright Side
    on May 13, 2011 in Control Philosophy
    This is a tough one. Today’s post for diabetes blog week is to write about something good that diabetes has done for Lia. The problem I’m having is that accomplishing this tiny task is made a bit more difficult by any number of obvious reasons: I...
  • Fear and Loathing in D-vegas
    on May 12, 2011 in by Lia
    It sounds crazy, but it’s easy sometimes to forget, who in our house has diabetes. Just for this post, for example, I mentioned to Franca while standing at the kitchen sink last night that today’s blog week assignment was to list ten things I hat...
  • I Didn’t Just Do That, Did I?
    on May 11, 2011 in Bloopers
    Being so new to this, there are probably a great number of things we do wrong when it comes to treating diabetes. But everyday brings us new levels of confidence and also, strangely, periods of disbelief and elementary head-scratching that make us wo...
  • Letter To My Children
    on May 10, 2011 in Family
      Dear Kids: As I write this letter I imagine it as a pin hidden in a haystack, buried beneath dawdling levels of virtual white pages, layers upon layers of words and wordsmithed images and deliberation. How many, heaven only knows. Plenty, I ho...
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