Spread the Love: Diabetes Blogs

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Unfortunately, I missed a few days of Diabetes Blog Week.  But I really loved participating. I especially loved discovering new diabetes blogs and catching up on blogs I haven’t visited in a while.  What struck me as I went through the blogs was how many amazing people there are in our diabetes community – so many kind and sensitive D-people.  And they’re good writers, too!  I really thank Karen Graffeo for organizing Diabetes Blog Week.  It’s great to take a time out and focus on our community. 

Today’s prompt:

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. (Thanks to Pearlsa of A Girl’s Reflections for inspiring this topic.)

1.  I loved a post called Seasons of Love by Melissa Lee.  Check out the video of her beautiful singing.

2. Jenn at SweetZoo wrote about her dream diabetes device.

3. There’s a nice post on Naturally Sweet Sisters on the topic Diabetes Accomplishments, with this advice,“Whatever your plans were for your child, don’t let type 1 diabetes stop you from doing them.”

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Comments (3)

  1. Thank you for the kind words. Enjoyed reading both yours and Michael’s posts this week!

  2. Amy O. at

    Thank you for sharing my post!  It was so kind and hopefully, I can send some readers back to you too! 

  3. Jenn at

    Thank you for sharing the love!  I too missed a few days, but loved every day I did.

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