Dear Bret and Patrick, Thank you once again for all that you did for Rachel. It was an honor to see Bret on the Bob and Tom Show and we haven’t seen Rachel laugh like that in a long time and the Indy 500 Carb Day concert was amazing. Thank you both for trying to accommodate Rachel. Rachel said that you give her so much hope to keep fighting this disease and to find a cure for diabetes while the…
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Dear Bret, Every time I hear the song, “Something to Believe In” I picture you and my daughter Sam talking about living with Diabetes. I brought her to see your show at the Turning Stone Casino for her 13th birthday present and we were lucky enough to get to meet you. It was important to me that Sam realize that Diabetes didn’t have to hold her back. That she could be anything she dreamed of, even a rock star! You…
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There are many ways to help those in the path of the Tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma – please click through the links for more information on how to help the victims, their pets and those helping to clean up the devastation. From KFOR TV (http://www.kfor.com) – http://kfor.com/2013/05/20/how-to-help-okla-tornado-victims/ For lost and found pets – http://okclostpets.com/ Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in the path of the tornado, the volunteers and the first responders.
We awesome to meet 4 year old Nicholas, a type 1 diabetic who came to the Lynchburg show. The Life Rocks Foundation is going to be sending him to summer camp! Keep on rockin’ for a cure Nicholas!
The Mia Foundation rescues animals born with birth defects and disabilities.
Liz to Bret: “Thank you for the inspiration and I try to live every day to its fullest, but as you know, every day is a challenge.”
From Lisa about life’s challenges: “You have to believe in yourself, accept things you cannot change, and know what your mental and physical limits are. Believe me I know it is not easy, but you can do it if I did!”
T1 Superhero Callan “has had 5800 finger pokes, 2154 injections, and 100 site changes!! He rarely cries or complains. When people stare at him he speaks up and says ‘I have diabebes, my pancreas is broken.’ He is actually proud to be Type 1!”
Anna-Marie: “His support for the military touches my heart.”
Antonio was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in November of 2011. He is taking charge of his life, raising awareness and making a difference. “I am choosing to be part of the solution.”