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suellen-ocean's picture
Apr.09.2014
A friend sent me a link the other day. She saw a story about acorns and knew I had to read it. I'm glad she did because it verified a couple of issues. One, when people ask me what acorns taste like, the only thing I can think of is that they remind me a little bit like an olive. As it turns out,...
margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
Sep.27.2013
My brother had a stroke a few weeks ago. It left him partially paralyzed and with some mental impairment. I just found out that my son-in-law has pancreatic cancer that has metastasized to his liver. Our oldest grandson was killed in a motorcycle accident two years ago. I hear stories like this on...
naseem-rakha's picture
Jul.24.2013
  The last words my mother ever said to me were, "Peer Gynt Suite. It's the Peer Gynt Suite by Edvard Grieg." Beverly Francis Rakha, right before my birth - 1959   We were in my parents’ car, my father driving home, my mother beside him, my four-year-old son and I in the back seat. It...
karen-dionne's picture
Apr.28.2013
Every year, beginning May 1 and continuing through the end of the month, New York Times and USA Today bestselling Author Brenda Novak runs an online auction for diabetes research. The auction takes a full year to plan and pull off, but it’s a labor of love—an effort to help all the people...
arlene-goldbard's picture
Dec.25.2012
These are tender times. The usual end-of-the-year retrospective ache has been amplified in the aftermath of so many storms, inner and outer. It’s often hard to know whether an ambient mood is the aggregate of personal response to the brokenness we are perceiving in world events or the opposite...
cynthia-brian's picture
Jun.01.2012
    Second interview in a series of four with Dr. Peter Clement, author of the sensational medical thriller, The Darkness Drops. Buy copies at http://www.PeterClementBooks.com   If you are still scared to death after being introduced in last week’s radio episode to the calamity of a...
annette-talbert's picture
May.10.2012
"I'm so excited, and I just can't hide it..."This weekend is one that I have looked forward to for a long time. Four years ago, almost to the day, my son Scott, and I boarded a plane bound for Cincinnati, Ohio. We were on our way to visit the college that had he had chosen to attend, far from his...
margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
Jan.28.2012
A child sexual abuse victim is much like a house that desperately needs repairs. Its foundation, like the soul of a child who has been abused, is cracking and crumbling. It is living on borrowed time. The House has no idea how badly it needs restoration, how it cries out to be REPAIRed. The same is...
holly-clegg's picture
Jul.07.2011
Having a party and want to make it diabetic-friendly? As a host, get-togethers often revolve around food. And if you, or someone you love has been diagnosed with diabetes, you may feel as though you have to give up your favorite dishes all together. Not so! There's no need to completely change your...
holly-clegg's picture
Apr.10.2011
My favorite peanut butter cookies are actually in my Diabetic Cooking cookbook.  With just a few ingredients this is my go-to recipe for my Peanut Butter craving.  I don't use any sugar subsitute in my sweets as the American Diabetic Association told me I didn't have too.  This cookie, diabetic or...