"Diabetic" since Dec 2003.
Insulin since May 2004.
Pumping since Sep 2004.
Continuous Monitoring since Dec 2005.
Val, lovely portrait of me and everyone else who's testing! Thanks.
WOW! That says a lot. Great job :)
Beautifully done. Powerful message.
What a great drawing! Thank you for sharing such an awesome piece of artwork!
Yeah, makes you wonder how people really get to the end of the day sane....
Looks gorgeous and speaks greatly. You're such a talented artist!
Wow, that's very impressive, Val! Have you taken drawing lessons before? I've drawn my hand many times in the past, and I think that's a pretty standard exercise for people because if you want to work from observation, it's the closest thing at hand, no pun intended. It's interesting to see what might look like a typical drawing exercise at a cursory glance, transformed into something with more personal meaning. The drops of blood are very poignant and striking, and it wasn't until I clicked to see it bigger that the bracelet, which I assume is a medical ID, registered with me. Overall, it's very well done, and as Lorraine said, powerful.I'm thrilled that you participated in Diabetes Art Day, so huge thanks for joining with your wonderful drawing :)
Boy, isn't that the truth! Nicely captured, and I like the softness of the drawing. Diabetes definitely makes it hard to focus sometimes.
Beautiful, and such a message.
Wow! What a fabulous drawing!
WOW - I love this drawing. That's incredible.-Ginger
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