The Stakeholders Meeting – Management of Diabetes in Schools

I was invited, as a parent of a T1 child in Maryland public schools, to attend a Stakeholder’s meeting to discuss school management of diabetes. I was really excited to go, anxious to hear what issues they were tackling, and eager to share my thoughts and concerns as I had heard them through the DOC … Continue reading The Stakeholders Meeting – Management of Diabetes in Schools

Snowfalls, Remembered

Over a glass of Knob Creek, and after an impromptu cleanup of an overflowing toilet in the kids’ bathroom...   All this snow – and a Facebook post by a friend who lives in New York City – had me thinking about snowfalls past. While I was a student at NYU, I loved the days … Continue reading Snowfalls, Remembered

5 Things Your Mom Didn’t Tell You About the 40s

Weight gain. It’s terribly painful to experience superhuman metabolism for most of your life, only to be bitch-slapped after 40 with cellulite that makes the moon look smooth. It doesn’t happen right away either…it’s sort of a gradual, sneaking up kind of phenomenon where one day spring day you can pull your summer shorts out … Continue reading 5 Things Your Mom Didn’t Tell You About the 40s