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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Diabetes Art Day 2010

Sugar got a camera for her 7th birthday.  When I downloaded her memory card....this is what I found....



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19 comments:

  1. First off, what a great photographer!!! Tell Sugar what a terrific job she did on this from me please.

    Secondly, that wall in the playroom ROCKS!!! and yes...let's "hope for a cure"

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  2. A photo-journalist in the making! She did a fantastic job!

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  3. AWESOME! Way to go Sugar...I love your photographs!

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  4. Beautiful! Thank you. My daughter Virginia is 7 years old with Type 1 and Celiac like Sugar. Our friend Erika is too. Pretty amazing group!

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  5. This was beautiful!! So glad I saw it this am!

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  6. It is a wonderful gift to see through a childs eyes, and so important to remember that their perspective is so different than ours!

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  7. I love seeing her photos. This is so great!

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  8. She might be 7 and I might be 32, but I agree with all those thoughts!

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  9. wonderful!! Cara enjoyed watching that... thanks for sharing

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  10. Thank you for sharing. What a beautiful scrap book of Reality. Keep snapping those pictures. Nurse Carla

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  11. Tell Sugar that she amazes me. And tell her that her pictures made me smile. :) What a wonderfully inspiring little lady!

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  12. Oh, my, that really moved me! I love how you strung Sugar's photos together to create a compelling video. I think you not only have your submission for Diabetes Art Day, but your 2010 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes video, too. Bravo to you and Sugar!!!!

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  13. I love it! Isn't it crazy how sometimes something as simple as photos makes it so clear just how much this disease is a part of every aspect of our lives? She's got a good eye, that sugar! Thanks for sharing your sweet world!

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  14. How impressive, Sugar!! I loved it - beautiful photos that really convey so much emotion! I encouraged people to "tell their diabetes story" with their art, and she totally nailed it :)

    Hugs and thanks to you both for sharing this expression of creativity!

    And tell Sugar I'm super jealous she has a wall for making art... I want one! ;)

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  15. I loved it. I cried at the close up of Sugar's tears!!

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  16. Great movie! Thanks for sharing! My 5 yr old daughter who also has Type 1 Diabetes watched your video with me.

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