Please humor me as I declare today official "Tell-Another-Person-About-DiabetesMine Day." Self-serving? I guess so. But I figure after winning that journalism award I can indulge just a bit. Also, if Mr. "Insider" over at PharmaGossip can do it, so can I. After all, I'm busting my chops for my online community, too. So, with apologies to Jack, I echo:
Thank you so much for your loyalty and discerning good taste in choosing DiabetesMine.com as part of your daily blogging ritual.
It warms my little D-heart to know that so many of you are such firm fans.
Could I now ask a small favor, please?
Could you each find someone to share your little secret with?
This would help DiabetesMine to continue its miraculous growth rate and continue to help "spread the word" around the blogosphere.
Please do "your bit" and tell someone today about DiabetesMine.com.
Thanking you in anticipation -- and may your BG levels remain temperate!
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