I enjoyed your cartoon. Having a serious health problem like Diabetes--especially one which you think about before every meal, before every soccer or basketball game and every time you leave the house--can make the disease seem ever-present.Diabetes does live with you. However, it's good to be reminded that Courage also lives with us and can help us along, no matter what our limitations.--Karen Marker
I also have diabetes and I feel as though I know Courage personally. My name is Fletcher and I want to be a super hero too. I promise to take my insulin and watch my diet just like my best friend Josh.
I was intrigued by your comic strip, in as much as I have a friend in New Jersey who has a daughter with Juvenile Diabetes. When I went to download the comic I was disappointed that it was done in MAC format only. Do you plan a windows based download? Why not more Real information about the disease and maybe some reference to the Diabetes camps (6 in Ohio, I believe) for the sufferers of Juvenile Diabetes.--Dennis
Hi, my name is Jeffry Ullman. My son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 15 months old and started using the insulin pump in July 1995. We are regular viewers of Nickelodeon News (i.e. Nick News) on Sunday nights. Nick News is a news show for kids. My wife sent them an e-mail and asked them to do a segment on kids with diabetes. They agreed and came to film our family as well as 2 other kids with diabetes and their families. This segment is scheduled to air on: Nickelodeon Network, Sunday, March 23, 1997 at 8:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 7:30 Central Time.
Could you make a Courage vs. Ghost Writer?--Josh
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