Monthly Archives: October 2019

27 Years and Counting

Today I have officially lived with Type 1 Diabetes for 27 years. And counting 🙂 Man, that sounds like a long time. And tonight I realized that diabetes has played a role in every single major milestone I have reached … Continue reading

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Choices

When I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 1992, I was given a One Touch meter in the hospital and I used it for many years. But around 10-12 years ago my Endo’s office had given me a Freestyle … Continue reading

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Advocacy on the Hill

Later this month I will have lived with Type 1 Diabetes for 27 years…  And I’ve always said that if I was destined to have an incurable disease, at least it’s one that I can control (for the most part) … Continue reading

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Run, Shannon, Run!

Earlier this year I decided I was going to try to start running. I didn’t set any real expectations for myself (because I assumed I would surely fail). So I decided to just get out and start running as often … Continue reading

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