Jay Kauffman (the performer) is one of our members in TuDiabetes.com.
26 January, 2009
24 January, 2009
They are also raising funds to support their mission. I helped back in December: I encourage you to please contribute.
21 January, 2009
Follow these links to learn more about the different groups that help us coordinate volunteer work for the Diabetes Hands Foundation:
Content Creation Committee:
DHF Ambassadors Committee:
Video music by: Jose Duque
20 January, 2009
Full Sail... See? They did it.
If I may, I have to say I thought his words were perfect for the time we are going through. He was inspiring as I haven't seen a world leader being in a long time.
18 January, 2009
One of our office neighbors introduced me to Noe Venable. She is local to the Bay Area and regularly tours with Ani Difranco. She is an amazingly talented singer/songwriter. Here is the track "Sparrow I Will Fly".
17 January, 2009
Find more videos like this on TuDiabetes.com
The folks at Hallmark Channel and the production company were kind enough to allow us to post the segment of the Hallmark Heroes show where we had the honor of being featured last Dec. 25 and 28.
For more details about the show, please visit:
16 January, 2009
It almost seem like yesterday
That he left us.
We didn't even know what was up
He kept scratching and itching
Something he never used to do.
Something was up,
But we didn't even know...
what was up.
Until the doctors said CANCER,
The dreaded "C" word
That my mom had defeated
A few years before,
So she thought he could do it too.
But only days passed
And it was obvious he was in pain.
He stopped laughing and joking
He stopped talking...
He closed his eyes,
Those beautiful eyes full of hope
And love for everyone.
January 16, 2005
My dad left this world.
He died of liver cancer.
He was the man I hope I can get to be one day.
He was my biggest inspiration.
Te extraño papa...
Un asturiano genial... con un sonido parecido a Joaquin Sabina. Este tema me capturo, de su album del 2005.
14 January, 2009
These guys are hilarious. It's even funnier, when you consider they play this groovy R&B coming from New Zealand.
They call themselves: "Formerly New Zealand's fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo":
I learned about it on this post.
Obviously, the blogger is upset but unfortunately this is not only the result of the current economic situation: newspapers have been seeing changes coming for a very long time and now many of them are facing reality... sadly a rough one because it is exploding on the faces of journalists during these tough times.