Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Why I work for JDRF...

Sometimes I lose sight of my job. I get stressed out, tired, and overworked. In the non-profit world you are always understaffed, therefore, you are always doing twice the work. I often forget that I am there to help find myself a cure. I often forget what the true meaning of my job is.

Then there are moments like these...



She shouldn't have to live with diabetes anymore, neither should I, neither should you.

Help support the search for a cure. It is worth it.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

But what has the JDrF done? Really? They recently announced they have surpased the 1 Billion dollar mark funding diabetes research. With what results? Zero. Has the machine become it's own fuel? I wonder what the parents who founded the JDrF back in 1970 would say. Are their kids still alive? When will this damn disease ever be cured?

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Brensdad said...

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o74/nabholmes/Emma008.jpg

This is a picture of my little tap-dancer, Emma. She was diagnosed at nine months old and is one of the reasons you work for JDRF, no matter what the mean people say.