And a peek at us organizers -- Kelly Close and myself in the middle (me in blue :), surrounded by folks from the Bay Area chapter of the ADA and from the San Francisco Dept. of Public Health. (I'll get you names in the morning, tired now...)
[Update: The folks above are, from left, Lisa Bishop of the Greater Bay Area ADA; Alisa Bekins of Close Concerns; Yours Truly; Kelly Close of Close Concerns; Tony Price, chairman of the ADA's San Francisco chapter, and Christina Carpenter and Libby Albert from the SF Dept. of Public Health. Thank you all!]
It was no less than fabulous to feel like a part of something so big today. See the global reach of World Diabetes Day in Pictures HERE.
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awesome! great photos. Taipei 101 looked pretty cool, too, over here in Taiwan.Thanks for your post, tired and all. And thanks for all you do for us diabetics! :)
Scott K. Johnson|2007-11-15
Very, very cool Amy! Thanks to you and everyone else involved.
Great Day !! The whole concept was terrific and the pictures awesome. Wish I could have seen the tower in person!
Thats awesome. The empire state building was in blue too.
All the different monuments looked impressive in blue. I wish I could have gotten to NYC to see the Empire State Building...
Nice pictures Amy. I really like the second one of Coit Tower.Good job organizing. I'm not sure anyone in Boston organized something. I'll have to get on the ball for next year.
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