Who is this woman?
Hi, I'm Margaret. If your like me, you don't need any help being more serious about your health. Being worried, you know how to do. I change the words to songs and joke about real life, so we can all take a deep breath and feel better.
I feel like I'm a walking chemistry set. I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes over 35 years ago. I had to come up answers so I could live a vibrant, fabulous and healthy life. I was too stubborn to accept anything less.
That's when I knew why I was on the planet. I had done a billion theatrical productions in plays, musicals, films, improv troops and commercials, I even got to perform as the opening act for Mary Tyler Moore's Woman of the Year award ceremony in the gorgeous Waldorf Astoria ballroom in NYC! I threw the cover off a table filled high with crap food and sang, "You made me love you, I didn't want to do it!" That was thrilling but...
What really makes my heart sing is inspiring people with how good you can feel with only a few simple changes. I couldn't believe it! Enjoy the site and tell me what YOU think!
What do people think?
"I feel so much better. I'm ready
to take better care of myself. I've been upset about having diabetes. Thanks." - Retired T2 Milwaukee
"I needed to laugh and I was so relieved when my Mom was also learning."
Suzanne Miller - ADA
"Maggie says in a funny way, what I say as a doctor in a serious one."
Dr Reid - Endo
"Thanks for being the entertainment for Mary Tyler Moore's 'Woman of the Year' award in NYC. You lit up the Waldorf Astoria ballroom."
Stephanie Babek - City of Hope
"The diagnosis is a shock. When
people can hear uplifting messages such as yours, lives are improved immeasurably."
Tom Fuszard - JDRF news
"You're a rock star! You should go on tour."
Pat McMann, TV & Radio Personality