D-Blog Day. A little late.

So I missed D-Blog Day. For those of you who didn’t get the memo, D-Blog Day is a day where we, the diabetes blogging community, dedicate our keyboards to a particular topic. You might remember No D-Day? well this is something like that.

Gina has set up a ridiculously large list of contributors as well as the topic du jour – 6 Things I Wish People Knew About Diabetes. The problem with writing this post a day late is that everyone has already taken the good ones. So I have a small twist on the topic. 6 Blogs (Sometimes) About Diabetes I Wish People Knew.

[in no particular order]

Six Until MeKerri Sparling

This blog is like Patient Zero in the DOC. There are so many stories from the diabetes online community that start with “I found Kerri’s blog” it’s insane. Between the cats, the kid, and the diabetes, this is a must read.

The Butter CompartmentLee Ann Thill

Where finger painting and finger sticks collide. Lee Ann tells it like it is, but with class and often super-long posts. But don’t worry, there are Savannah Monitors too.

The B.A.D BlogGeorge Simmons

He’s a ninja. What more do you need to know?

DiabetesaliciousnessKelly Kunik

If you are ever trying to get a pulse of the diabetes online community, Kelly is probably 3 steps ahead of you. (The Open Letters are fantastic).

Scott’s Diabetes JournalScott Johnson

The only thing missing is a Text-to-audio format of his posts so we can hear the accent ;) Seriously, Scott is good people. Read the blog.

TabulousTabatha

Brutal honesty at its best. Tabatha holds nothing back. Technically this link might be a stretch because diabetes is not the primary concern of her blog, that’s part of the fun about this whole blogging thing, right? It doesn’t always have to be about diabetes.

If you really want to see what we have to say, check out the extensive list of blogs participating in D-Blog Day. It’s awesome.

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