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It’s been a long time since I’ve shared some terrific posts with you here. Too long.

If you haven’t read these already, let me offer these superb examples of writing for you to enjoy today:

Heather Gabel at Unexpected Blues has a thought-provoking post about anticipation and what it’s like to wait a long time for something, and the feeling you get once the waiting is over:
http://unexpectedblues.com/2013/09/17/and-well-all-float-on-okay/
(By the way, she was fantastic on the DSMA Live podcast last week)
 
 
You may have already seen this post, from Kerri Sparling at Six Until Me that talks about the relentlessness of diabetes, and the depression that sometimes comes with it. And also overcoming that. It’s well worth your time:
http://sixuntilme.com/wp/2013/09/12/filling-back-up-diabetes-depression/
 
 
Are you a fan of the A-Team? (it’s okay… you can admit it)… Bennet at Your Diabetes May Vary, who’s been at the forefront of the #stripsafely campaign, talks about how the initiative is starting to come together. Check it out:
http://www.ydmv.net/2013/09/i-love-it-when-plan-comes-together-or.html
 
 
Finally, here’s a great, poignant story about a New Yorker’s 9/11 this year. Alecia at SurfaceFine has a message for all of us:
http://www.surfacefine.com/?p=746
 
 
But wait… that’s not all! For a limited time only you can put your money where your mouth is by supporting two awesome riders and bloggers participating in the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes in Nashville, coming up this Saturday. Support is the fuel that runs this Diabetes Online Community, and your support of these riders just might bring us even closer to a cure:

Click here to support Victoria Cumbow

Click here to support Jeff Mather
 
 
Happy reading… Enjoy your Wednesday!
 
 
 

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