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Inspired by Jay Cutler

September 6, 20148 CommentsPosted in Beth Finke, blindness, Uncategorized

The Bears open their season at Soldier Field today, and though I’m not much of a football fan, I’ll be cheering on Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler. He was 25 and quarterbacking for the Denver Broncos when he was diagnosed with Type I diabetes, joining a team of 2 million other Americans like me who live […]

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Mondays with Mike: On a bicycle built for two

August 11, 201415 CommentsPosted in Beth Finke, blindness, guest blog, Mike Knezovich, Mondays with Mike, Uncategorized

For her birthday, on December 23 1983, I gave Beth a brand new Peugeot bicycle. It was a dandy ride—a lovely light blue, classic upright riding position, folding saddle baskets, three speeds. Perfect for the young and lovely university professional who wanted to commute to campus and run errands on her bicycle. She loved that […]

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