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Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Oct 14, 2005.
If you are tired of these images, just let me know.
Nice shot I would have increased the DOF a bit more but it works
I just love this image !
Just perfect for my taste.
Awwww poor little girl. So sorry about the diabetic situation. She is such a little doll.
You have some grand images of her.
Keep up the good woork.
As a fellow person-that-sticks-needles-in-themself-every-day tell her I said hang in there.
Such a young child to have to deal w/that, my heart breaks for her. I myself am not diabetic, although I was borderline during my 2nd pregnancy and had to test after every meal...no fun at all, so I sympathize with your daughter.
The picture is very touching, I love the DOF on this one. And no, we're not tired of your children...I always look to see if there are any kid pics before anything else! :tongue: So keep them coming and give her a great big hug for us!
Thank you all for your kind words. I will pass them on to her. :smile:
For a five year old she has handled it well. Luckily it is only 2 shots a day but she checks often. Amanda does the checks herself, but Monica or myself do the injections. Hopefully there will be a cure for it, someday.
For the diabetics at the cafe.
Those are some very powerful photos.. The best you have ever shared.
The b&w really makes them come alive.
Your little girl is a very brave girl to test herself. I still shudder very time I have to test my blood.
Give her a hug for me and let her know that she is in our prayers....
Beautiful photos, and very touching.
Yes, a cure is coming. People are working very hard and making progress. We can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I have been following stem cell research on this and it looks promising. My 17 month old son will go in soon to be tested for it as well. Amanda gave me permission to photograph her getting a shot. That will be next in the "My Daughter.." series. This may be the hardest imagery for me, ever.
These pictures are very emotional. She is very brave.
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