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Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by sue58, Mar 17, 2017.
You'll look back on this post in 30 years time with a cheeky grin on your face @Robinredbreast
Wouldn't that be great
I have about 3-4 years to go, pretty sure it was either December 1970 or 1971.
My super DSN applied for mine 5years ago roll on 60 years this bloody disease ain't going to get me but I'm still fighting it,onward and upwards.
6 year for me hahaha
I'm going to make myself a medal out of tin foil and sticky back plastic! I think I deserve one for dealing with 2 of us diagnosed within 5 days of one another. I wonder how many other families type 1 has effected that quick? We're just weird
Difficult to say but I wouldn't image they'd be many @mahola , that's just rotten luck
I did think it was horribly unlucky to begin with but now I feel very lucky. I get to travel this bumpy type 1 road alongside my beautiful daughter.
I haven't applied for a medal. Are they worth anything? Could I flog it and buy some sensors at all?
Sorry, iHs, they're not real gold. I was unimpressed with mine, and the lettter was nothing special. Quite an anticlimax to my years of thinking I'd never make it, I've just left the medal in a drawer.
I don't know why some people have an item in the newsletter, it's nothing special now that diabetes care has moved forward so far and we can all live a long life.