Ever wish you'd stood up and said something at a funeral?I'm Tara. I'm the first grandchild. Beryl June Freeman Keene was my "Nana." Nana was 41 when I was born, just one year older than I am today. From the time I was born until my college years, I spent nearly every Sunday with Nana … Continue reading What I Didn’t Say
This post was written several months ago and never published.7:00am - Test Ava, up for the day7:05am- Check messages online for 10 minutes, get shower, wake up Owen, take dog out, put morning drug on to brew, feed dog, call pediatrician's office for a CHOP referral, make breakfast for Owen, get him on the bus, … Continue reading A Day in the Life
That would be the number one question people who don't know about diabetes ask me. The answer is.... NO. Other questions often revolve around what she can and cannot eat - I guess she can't have sugar? Is she allowed to eat cake? Admittedly, that was one of the first things I thought of while … Continue reading Will She Grow Out of It?