Wish and Hope. We do a lot of that around here. Not far from a “wing and a prayer”. Kinda like living in a land of “almosts”. We are almost there. That’s where we live in the land of diabetes.That’s the rope we have to hold on to. And there are a lot of us hanging on to that rope. More »
Cammy shares 1/2 a day in the life of her 4 year old, Zoe. Zoe had a scary incident during her day, and mom got a phone call from school that we all dread. Thank you for sharing Cammy!
Stella and I met Mike last year at an Indy Car race while we were rooting on Charlie Kimball. Mike is a type 1 and also deals with neuropathy, which means his ideal blood sugar range is a little different than what we shoot for with Stella. You an follow him on his photography page at Twovivid. Here is his day in the life:
Abby when above and beyond for her video “Day in the Life of a Type 1 Diabetic”. Bravo Abby, and thank you! Abby is an adult type 1, and getting to see her out in public, at restaurants, and confessing that she doesn’t like testing and giving herself insulin in public is moving. And by the way Abby, way to nail the carb count guessing on pasta and bread! 🙂
This was quite possibly my favorite of the day.
Heather is an adult type , and her daughter Riley is too. I’d imagine every day is a busy one in their house. Here is their “Day in the life” of 2 type ones:
Many people with type 1 diabetes logged their day yesterday, so that we could post today. So here is a day in the life of 2 type ones: 10/5/13-
Hellen shares her day with her type 1 son Finn. She also has Jordan, a DAD. Sounds like it was an interesting day yesterday. You can follow them here: Helping Finnlee
This is a day in the life of Type 1 diabetes for Finnlee. The day we recorded was a nice and easy day. Not all days are this EASY. This is what it takes to keep him in range, Safe, healthy, and alive. We use 4 tools…our brains, our blood sugar meter, a continuous glucose monitor, and a diabetic alert dog.
Thank you Rachel for logging your “day in the life of a type 1 diabetic”! Rachel is a type 1 and has a DAD in training named Jack (Jack is also the right color 😉 ). Here is her day: