Photo Essay: Spare a Rose, Save a Child (Life for a Child Program)

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How many of us stare at our meter, then cringe and complain at our blood glucose reading?

We feel our hard fingertips and needle stings, grunt at error messages and faulty sites.

Although our frustrations shouldn’t be dismissed, they are definitely #firstworldproblems. Many in developing countries don’t have access to insulin, meters, strips or even doctors.

You can make a difference for someone living with diabetes. The difference between life and death.

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This Valentine’s Day, consider donating to the International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child program. Spare a rose in your bouquet on love day and give hope to a child who needs it.

See the faces of those you are helping.

A full list of blogs and sites helping to promote Spare A Rose, Save a Child via Kerri Sparling’s Six Until Me

Sending love to diabetic children and their families around the world,

J

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13 Comments

  1. Thank you for all these photos; they are gorgeous! I understand what you said up there, to be thankful for what we have and recognize what we don’t. It was a beautiful sentiment. You rock.

    Reply

      1. No worries 🙂 it’s a beautiful thing and others should know 🙂 I love reading your blog and look forward to your posts 🙂

  2. Love this! I am glad I found you to follow! Its nice to have someone who knows what we go through and who wants to help make a difference. Keep up the great work!! I’ll pass along your blog on mine!

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