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You Can Do This

Our lives were turned upside down when Jack was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes on October 8, 2007. Jack was only four years old, and in the weeks following his diagnosis, the mere mention of a finger poke or insulin shot sent him running. He would hide. He would cry....

D blog week – 10 things I hate about Diabetes

Ten things I hate about you, Diabetes - Thursday 5/12 This is day 4 of the group blog week.  This one should be easy.  I will be writing partly from my pre-transplant perspective.  Some of these things apply to me now, but luckily, not all of them. 1. Having to try to...

Small Update

I thought I would just give everyone a small update on what is going on with the family. Kelsey: Other than driving me nuts, she is doing well in her new school. She has fit in quite nicely and even has a new beau. She is going to the ball at her old school next...

Wow, we have been busy!

Porter here, We have had a very busy time recently with lots of interesting stuff happening!  Let’s get cracking on what we did since the last update. Recently my class at Media Design School graduated and we had a great reception and graduation proceedings. ...

Long time no post

Sorry for the lack of updates, we had some pretty scary days and some fun stuff as well.  First to the scary part.  Renata had a small heart attack.  She is fine now, and the doctors can’t find the reason for it, but there is no heart disease, low cholesterol and she...

Why are there infusion set boxes in my fridge?

Well, why? Infusion sets are not perishable! There’s cookies inside! These boxes are housing my co-worker gifts. I am currently stuck at the park due to snow, so I couldn’t buy boxes or wrapping paper. Here they are all wrapped up! (sorry for the blurry phone pic)...

Apologies to Mulitclix, but it’s your fault

While I know I gave a very positive review of the Delica lancet not terribly long ago, the workhorse of my kit, and my daily driver, is still the lancet that came with the very first meter I ever owned, that my old GP gave me on the day of my diagnosis: The Accu Chek...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Last year, my Dexcom sensor died the morning of Thanksgiving, so i was flying blind for the biggest eating day of the year. I was hoping for a little bit better luck.  Yep, that looks about right…. Read Full...

6 is the Magic Number: D blog Day

Today is DBlog Day, started by Gina at Diabetes Talk Fest, and like the rest of the d-blogalaxy, I’m going to add my 2 cents to the conversation (so basically 1/3 of a cent per thought.  Less than the penny I’m used too, but I know times are tough).  So, without any...

MFM (My First Meme: Diabetes)

What type of diabetes do you have: Type 1 When were you diagnosed: April 2007 (not sure the date, would have to check old Mastercard receipts). What’s your current blood sugar: Dexcom says 99 mg/dl, FreeStyle Lite says 73.  So let’s say 86. What kind of meter do you...

Crazy Dexcom Needle Photos

Since I’m in holiday super-diabetic mode (the most wonderful mode there is!) I decided what everyone really needs are close-up photos of the Dexcom insertion needle/tube.  Don;t ask how I ended up being able to get it back out (it was an accident) and don’t try it...

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