Wishing you a (belated) Merry Christmas, happy holidays, and a fresh start in 2023!
May we all be as chill as the mouse pictured here after some relaxation time this holiday season!
*Alt text: Large, Christmas-themed stuffed animal mouse resting on a bed.
I am making an effort to include alternate text descriptions for those with visual impairments. I am not always perfect at remembering, but please know that I am trying in good faith to be better about this. Thanks for the advocacy from many in the diabetes community regarding the inclusivity of alt text.
Wishing you a (belated) Merry Christmas and Happy 2022! See you next year!
Wishing you a belated Merry Christmas, and a much happier and healthier 2021 for the world! See you next year!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! May your ugly/cute sweater game always be on point!
See you in 2019!
Ally and Reese
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Thanks for hanging out with Very Light, No Sugar this year! See you in 2018!
Ally and Reese
Who Wore It Best? (Answer: Reese always wins!)
Hope Santa is good to you!
Reese and I wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a wonderful year to come. Thank you for reading Very Light, No Sugar this year. We’ll see you in 2017!
Reese loves her new chew toy from Santa!
“Write hard and clear about what hurts.” -Ernest Hemingway
The rookie to diabetes blogging this year, I soon discovered a community that rises up and carries its pain together like garden ants that have stumbled upon a cracker at a picnic- only we’re not as gross, we don’t have antennae, and we would surely bolus for the cracker carbs.
In the act of lifting up this thing together- this disease and all of its pokes and prods, interrupted sleep, hunger, thirst, laughter, and tears- we speak and write from the souls of those who have stared down what hurts, and who will stare it down again tomorrow.
That’s what 2014 was for me: being awestruck by the passion, wit, humor, creativity, warmth, and truthfulness of the diabetic online community as it writes hard and clear about what hurts.
You make it hurt less.
May the New Year be a healthy and happy one for the #DOC.