Last night, Molly spoke at a Penn State Marketing Association event. She, as expected, did a great job. I won't give away the analog she used, but it was way cool and I'm pretty jealous, truth be told. In a good way, of course. I wish I had the mind she does. She can see the big picture as well as the details and puts it all together in an awesome package. I often get the credit for being the character in this pair, but she has the character.
It was sort of funny last night as Molly was getting ready for the gig at Penn State. We were talking about the dangers and predicaments encountered by diabetics, and her insulin pump malfunctioned. Fortunately, Animas is a solid company and answered the service call. They told her what to do and the pump service was restored. She was great about it. Just another bump in the road.
I had a couple of great runs this week and am looking forward to a couple of nice LONG runs in the next few days. The weather is really perfect and the roads are a callin'. It is hard to believe that one run now is more than I've been doing in a week or even a month just a year ago. I feel great, though. The increase has been gradual enough and God has granted me just the right apparatus to do a good thing for others.
I've been blessed to work with some great and generous people. This week Sue and Sheryl came forward and contributed to JDRF. Thanks so much!