This has been an active week for me. It feels good. My body feels good.
Four days of basketball, with one seriously kick ass weight session afterward. Four days of tossing a football around with my son and shooting baskets with my daughter. One short bike ride back home after taking my old pickup truck [...]Continue Reading →
Last week I was at one of the local type 1 meet-ups. We were at a Caribou Coffee, and I noticed a couple of cops there having coffee. I say “cops” in a general way. Technically, I think they were Ramsey County Sheriffs. But you know, uniform, badge, gun, bullet-proof vest bulging underneath the shirt. [...]Continue Reading →
I recently received this message from Tara, who, through some difficult family health struggles, has been inspired to make a difference.
I was diagnosed with type 1 in May of 1986 and my family is full of type 1 diabetics, including my brother (diagnosed at 19 years old in 2001), my uncle (diagnosed 53 years [...]Continue Reading →
While in Florida for the 2011 Family Support Weekend I heard a couple of stories that really stuck with me.
For most families, coming to CWD events are very important. How important you ask?
One family was scheduling a c-section delivery of their baby, and actually planned the operation [...]Continue Reading →
Spending four days in the hospital, learning how to check blood sugars and give shots, Lisa watched her little guy finally smile again. He had been the moodiest little boy, and now she understood why.
They [...]Continue Reading →
DisclaimerI am not a medical professional. Nothing on this site should be construed as medical advice. Your diabetes may vary. Contact your health care provider for specific questions.