Monthly Archives: May 2012

Vegas, Baby!

**I have had formatting issues with this post for a week, so I apologize in advance if by the time it’s published, it looks wonky.  It looks fine in editing mode, but by the time I preview/publish, it is all … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

 Looks can be deceiving sometimes …          

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Swimming with diabetes

This weekend my family and I went swimming at my father-in-law’s house.  Swimming can be a pain for a pumper, especially when our pump isn’t waterproof (there are some brands that are waterproof, but mine is not.)   I had to take … Continue reading

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Wake up!

When I had my son 4 years ago, it was by far the best (and scariest) experience of my life.  It was the best for obvious reasons, but there were a couple of scary moments sprinkled in there. I have PCOS … Continue reading

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Is it worth it?

One of the main reasons I wanted to start a blog … was to just share my story of living with Type 1.  And also to clear up some misconceptions about the disease in general, and to potentially reach people … Continue reading

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Dblog Week – What I Wish You Knew

“What is one thing you would tell someone that does not have diabetes? Let’s do a little advocating and post what we wish people knew about diabetes. Have more than one thing you wish people knew? Go ahead and tell … Continue reading

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DBlog Week – Fantasy Device

“Tell us what your Fantasy Diabetes Device would be?  Think of your dream blood glucose checker, delivery system for insulin or other meds, magic carb counter, etc etc etc.  The sky is the limit – what would you love to … Continue reading

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