We far and away cleared our goal for diabetes fundraising this year! Thanks to everyone who heeded the call.
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Our kids helped us put together a YouTube video about our life with diabetes, so please take 6 minutes from your day to watch.
If you want to support us, please check out our JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes fundraising page.
Also posted at http://runlikemonkey.com/2009/01/14/24-hours-of-diabetes/.
We are participating again in the Walk to Cure Diabetes coming up in a few weeks.
We are hoping to put together another special message to support our fundraising this year – stay tuned for that. But in the meantime, check out our slideshow from last year to help understand how we feel about diabetes. As our boys like to say “it sucks” – we need to get rid of it.
Please visit our fundraising page if you are interested in support us!
(also posted at http://runlikemonkey.com/2009/01/05/fundraising-to-cure-diabetes/)
It’s no secret to any readers that I have become obsessed with distance running in the last 2 years. My del.icio.us links and this blog have started to get taken over by that content rather than the promised tech content. So to feed this passion, I setup a running site/blog at runlikemonkey.com, so check that out if you are interseted. I am training for some ultramarathons in 2009, so it should be fun.
Meanwhile I think I finally figured out how to change Feedburner to splice in only tech links here, and will try to get back on track with posting more regularly. Next up is a write up from the Health 2.0 conference last week.
I am on leave for the summer, so will be taking a break from any tech blogging for the near future. You will probably see a lot more random, off-topic posts like my report from Grandma’s Marathon for a short while.
Enjoy, and all of you should take a summer off sometime (especially the Dads).
If you read Mike Gotta’s blog, you might have missed a brief mention of his daughter’s efforts in the Relay For Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, or the discreet sidebar item he has on his blog.
Consider if just a percentage of Mike’s 1700+ readers made a small donation to her relay team, it’s going to add up fast. I made a small donation, and urge others to do so to – who hasn’t had loved ones affected by cancer in some way? Think of it as a cheap voluntary subscription fee to a great blog.