On the eve of Thanksgiving, I’m thankful.
Thankful for two, daft gray cats who rotate around this house instigating trouble, but who happily curl up on the couch with us at night. For job opportunities that fill my life with meaning. For family and family. For the husband who tolerates, with amazing patience, all of me. For the all-in hugs that Birdy issues in the morning, with her hair a stratosphere-tickling tangle and feet shuffling, but her eyes wide open, ready to experience everything.
And I’m thankful for access to insulin. As a person living with type 1 diabetes, I depend on insulin. Without access to insulin, I would be dead.
But tomorrow, and every day, so many people who need insulin do not have access to it. The global diabetes community needs our help, and Insulin for Life can serve as the compassionate conduit between those who can give and people with diabetes around the world who are in need. You can donate through their website by clicking here.