Monday, October 01, 2007

Some obvious statements and some updates


  • I'm no longer terribly interested in blogging about my diabetes. I'm doing just find on that front, and since I'm not much of a writer I don't feel compelled to update the blog just for the sake of writing. I do, however, continue to read and enjoy a bunch of my favorite D blogs, so keep writing!
  • I started a new blog! It's a cooking blog where I'll post pictures and recipes. I just started it. Check it out if you'd like at


At 8:45 AM, Blogger Shannon said...

Hey Tek!!

I'm going to bookmark your new site.

I hope you're doing well :)

At 11:32 AM, Blogger Kevin said...

Excellent to hear that things are going well for you. And I'll be checking out your new blog for helpful recipes!

At 11:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope everything is going well. Here's a new service that may be beneficial in the future:

Diabetes Response Service

At 7:49 AM, Blogger elise urbahn said...

Hi Tekakwitha

I work at dLife and I was wondering if you would like to be added to our diabetes blogger email list? Every week we send out a fun video clip about diabetes and/or a news blurb. If you are interested, send me an email at urbahn at dlife dot com.


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At 1:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good day Tekakwitha,

My colleagues and I have been involved in helping the diabetes community for several years now and we just recently came across your blog site.

I just read that you will no longer be writing about your diabetes as much and I hope that means that you are feeling well and sufficiently managing it. I want to take a moment to inform you and the rest of the bloggers in here of a wonderful way to take back control of diabetes.

For a little background, our involvement with diabetes emerged a number of years ago when our lead chemist's daughter was diagnosed with Type I at the age of 8. Since then, Dr. Michael Foster, who is a world renowned Endocrinologist and his brother Dr. Robert Foster, PhD in Chemistry from Harvard, and PFI (our manufacturing facility) have been working together to further develop our all natural Insulin Support product to help control diabetes. This product has gone through a number of evolutions and has been refined to its form today, called Insul-Opt Complete. Click on the links below to see a couple of the people Insul-Opt has helped:

We have some really good ideas that we would like to share with you. We are interested in how we can further help the diabetes community. Currently, we donate a portion of all proceeds to the Samaritan Diabetes Research Center (SamDRC):

In addition, we offer an affiliate program for bloggers like yourself to help raise awareness about our product. We pay you cash for the latter with a CPA system we are a part of.

When you have a chance, email me back or feel free to call our facility. We have a toll-free number. Just ask for David, I am available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm Arizona time.

Thanks for your time,
David Dusseault

At 8:08 PM, Anonymous uwan said...

Hello, I am uwan, from indonesia, very glad to visit your blog. congratulations for new blog....hope , you have nice time and enjoy your daily activity,thanks

At 8:16 AM, Anonymous Tony said...

Hey Teka,

That's long as you keep you health in check for the rest of your life

At 7:40 AM, Blogger Sharon said...


7.9% of the United States population is suffering from a form of Diabetes. That is over 23 million people! Now, more than ever, it is important for organizations such as yourself. We here, at (a site dedicated towards disease and their treatments), believe in the work you do and would like to coincide for the fight against diabetes. If you could, please list us as a resource or host our social book mark button, it would be much appreciated. Separately, we can make advancements, but together we can find a cure.
If you need more information please email me back with the subject line as your URL.

Thank You,
Sharon Vegoe

At 8:31 PM, Anonymous Louiesa Owens said...

I glad your doing well.

At 6:57 PM, Anonymous diabetes blog said...

Hey. First of all, nice blog!
Anyway, I am blogging about diabetes as well and wondering if you like to do a link exchange with my site?

At 5:48 PM, Blogger Mitchell said...

You may be interested in my new book, How Sweet It Is: Living and Learning from Diabetes. It examines the illness from a multi-dimensional perspective – namely the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual worlds. I can be reached at The book is available online through Ingram.

At 11:00 AM, Blogger amanda said...

Go to Rite Aid to buy your Diabetes Write On Mediband bracelet & for the month of September receive $5.00 onto your wellness card

At 6:47 PM, Anonymous Rebecca said...

Hey all viwers of The 'betes,
My name is Rebecca, I am an editorial intern for Walgreens 'Diabetes and You' magazine, and I wanted to share with you a link to the online version of the most recent issue of our award-winning magazine. Our material is user-friendly and helpful for those with diabetes and their loved ones. Click here or pick up your free copy at your local Walgreens.

This issue features gourmet, vegetarian recipes from the Culinary Institute of America, including the Stuffed Eggplant Parcels with Red Chile Salsa on the cover, as well as Zucchini-Mushroom Griddlecakes and Chilled Beet and Fennel Soup.

The feature article is on Golden Globe- and Emmy- nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins, who is probably best known for her role as Celia Hodes in the Showtime series “Weeds.” When Elizabeth was in the middle of shooting the first season of “Weeds” eight years ago, she suddenly found herself on the other side of the camera: as director of her new life with type 1 diabetes. Elizabeth recently co-produced and starred in a documentary called “Strength in Numbers,” which focuses on the people who support family or friends who have diabetes. Our article from the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, “Caregivers: Key Members of your Diabetes Team,” also focuses on the important theme of helping people with diabetes get the support they need.

To learn more about Walgreens Diabetes & You, or to see previous issues online, go to


At 8:27 AM, Blogger Keith Ram Prakash Curbow said...

Hey! I'm new to blogging about my diabetes:

check it out

At 8:28 AM, Blogger Keith Ram Prakash Curbow said...


I'm new to blogging about my diabetes. Check out my blog

I'd be interested to see what people have to say. Please comment!

At 8:28 AM, Blogger Keith Ram Prakash Curbow said...


I'm new to blogging about my diabetes. Check out my blog

I'd be interested to see what people have to say. Please comment!

At 8:29 AM, Blogger Keith Ram Prakash Curbow said...


I'm new to blogging about my diabetes. Check out my blog

I'd be interested to see what people have to say. Please comment!

At 1:25 PM, Anonymous rebecca said...

Hi everyone,

It's Rebecca, just trying to spread the word about our free magazine,‘Diabetes and You’, which features all kinds of helpful material for those with diabetes and their loved ones. Below is a link to our new video about Walgreens Diabetes & You filmed at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston:
Additionally, please click on the provided link to be directed to the most recent issue of Walgreens ‘Diabetes & You’:

Thank you for watching.

The team at ‘Diabetes & You’

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