America, the sequel.
Every now and then Google does something cool with it’s over-enthusiasm for all of my data and information – this was one of those examples of “good”. Well played, Google.
Merry Christmas, eager-readers.
Fireworks? Check. Sun? Check. Sunblock? If I’m smart, check.
Low blood glucose deterrents? Check!
I can’t think of anything meaningful or worthy of the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice so I can do silly things like post on a blog or enjoy a three day weekend by watching Arrested Development all day. So I’ll leave this picture here instead.
I pulled this from the Department of the Interior’s Instagram feed. They post some incredible stuff over there.
Based on a handful of tweets and blog posts, it looks like this #dayofdiabetes thing might stick around for a bit. I’m going to do what I can to keep http://dayofdiabetes.tumblr.com updated as often as possible, but with this this holiday weekend coming up I can’t make any promises.
Also, this is happening this weekend.
By my count, there actually will be 11 days of Christmas, but twelve has a nice ring to it. This year Dayle and I are going to hit up every household in our network for Christmas. It’ll be hectic and most certainly awesome. However, the logistics of Christmas 2011 can only be properly outlined in a nifty bullet-point format.
I’ve been holding on to this post for months, and now I can finally tell this story. There’s a bit of backstory required before the punchline – hopefully my lack of genuine writing hasn’t fallen off the cliff too much. Do I have what it takes to tell a compelling story? Doubtful, but you should read the rest of this anyway. (Have I delayed long enough?)