Day 76 of 90 – #DearDiabetes: The Aftermath #DearDiabetes If I were you I’d be tired of me,Telling the world of your presence, while wishing you were history.After all this is Diabetes Awareness Month,So you’re definitely going to be at the forefront.Yesterday was a successful day at the National Library,In which I got to encourage others to

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Day 75 of 90 – Women & Diabetes: Our right to a healthy futureFor International Women’s Day 2017, focus was directed to #BeBoldForChange, So effective campaigns for this call to action had to be arranged. A better working and more gender inclusive world was the ultimate goal, But it didn’t end there, because more women-focused themes now unfold. World

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Day 74 of 90 – Writer’s Block Again It’s 9pm and this is my plight,Things are getting critical, I don’t know what to write.So much to do in so little time,Whatever I scribble it just has to rhyme.Also, it has to make perfect sense,Line by line, sentence by sentence.So this is my portion for today,Hopefully tomorrow

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Day 73 of 90 – #DearDiabetes: Homewrecker Defined Uncontrolled Diabetes, today in your honor, I expand the meaning of what it means to be a homewrecker. The term is usually used in the context of an extramarital affair, But your complications can produce just as much despair. When you’re present you challenge the dynamics of a relationship,As keeping a check

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Day 72 of 90 – As Long As There Is Pen and Paper Today I spent some time thinking about you, Of how best I can give you a bad review. You have forced me to become your constant critic, In the hope that you’d turn away and not visit.To many lives you’ve brought only misery,Because of unawareness of

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