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  1. George
    George November 11, 2009 at 9:12 am | | Reply

    I can’t imagine my life without it although, I would love to!

    I just think you have made tasty lemonade from the worst lemons. :)

  2. Traci Wennerholm
    Traci Wennerholm November 11, 2009 at 12:32 pm | | Reply

    Great point! Love it! My children say that to us too.

  3. chester b
    chester b November 11, 2009 at 12:33 pm | | Reply

    This post is so great. I dig your website. It has actually been a huge part of a significant realization and revolution I had today about my diabetes, my life, and my approach to it. This post and your blog have become an inspiration to me. So thank you.

    I’m glad you have diabetes and have made such a great batch of sugar free lemonade to rival Crystal Light’s blend ANY day!

  4. Chris Stocker
    Chris Stocker November 11, 2009 at 4:58 pm | | Reply

    A simple little child’s game like that makes you think about life in such different ways. You can learn / teach a lot of different moral lessons with that game. You are put in situations with those questions that you may have never thought about before and you realize new things about yourself. It is a great learn about yourself type game.

  5. k2
    k2 November 11, 2009 at 5:09 pm | | Reply

    WOW- life with out D? I can just barely remember what that’s like.
    That long ago life involved green bottles of Sprite;FunnDipp,Pixie Stixx, playing “Cut the Cake’ on the beach and tap dancing on the Steel Pier.
    Diabetes brought me to the DOC, it brought me lots of friends, and it brought me to your blog. And for all those things – I’m glad.
    I don’t have an answer- but I’m sure glad I found you.

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