Three Weeks and Counting…

In about three weeks I will be picking up a very special guest from the MSP airport.  Let me tell you, I cannot wait!

THE George “Ninjabetic” Simmons will be my guest for a fun filled weekend, right here in Minnesota.  George is such a great guy, and I am lucky to say that he is one of my very best friends.

Scott & George at Disneyland

A little more than a year ago I visited George and his family for an extended weekend.  I was in Los Angeles for work, and they were gracious enough to let me crash at their house for a few extra days.  Let me tell you, I had the best time out there.  We were crazy busy, but it was crazy fun.  We were even lucky enough to spend a day at Disneyland!

 

George & Scott on a roller coasterI’m very excited for my family to meet my buddy, and for any PWD who is within a couple days drive to hang out with us!

We don’t have a whole lot planned, other than the obligatory trip to the Mall Of America and hanging out with my dad a bit.  We would both love to have some sort of D-Meetup the last weekend in April first weekend of May (sometime on Saturday, May 1st, or Sunday, May 2nd).

The most likely place would be the Mall Of America, but we’d certainly be open to any other suggestions.  George is a great guy, and so much fun to hang out with – I wish for anyone around to have a chance to meet him and hang out with us!

I have to warn you though.  George is a complete freak magnet.  If George is around, something crazy weird and funny is bound to happen.  Ask him…  He’ll admit it.

Picture of George by a "Chicken Crossing" sign at DisneyLand

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Scott K. Johnson

Patient voice, speaker, writer, advocate. Living life with diabetes and telling my story. Patient Success Manager, USA for mySugr (All opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent the position of my employer).

Diagnosed in April of 1980, I recognize the incredible mental struggle of living with diabetes. Read more…