Just 23 hours to go and I will be on my journey to Tiffany!
This penny I found first thing this morning is a sign my grandpa’s watching over me.
And I think I’m ready… Least I hope I am 😀
Wish me legs!
You are going to rock the race in the morning. Half naked firemen, hopefully and a tiffany necklace as well.
And you as well 🙂
Enjoy your run girl!!!! Love you!
Hey, crazylegs 🙂
You deserve a goddam medal, never mind Tiffany’s 🙂
But I KNOW which you’d rather have 🙂
You go girl! Just follow the Robin-egg blue road. The Tiffany’s box is the most powerful tonic known to woman-kind.
Got the necklace and the sore thighs – worth every painful step 😀
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I am a Type 1, insulin-dependent diabetic. I was diagnosed with diabetes at 9 years old – 25 years later, I have never been healthier. I credit a lot of that health to my running, as well as my love for cycling and hiking. This is my journey.
BG: blood glucose
INSULIN PUMP: a medical device that delivers insulin without requiring multiple needle injections a day
BOLUS: rapid-acting insulin used to balance BG levels when eating, or when the levels are above normal range
BASAL: "background" insulin that acts almost like a pancreas in the fact that small doses are delivered throughout the day (with the pump) to manage normal daily BG fluctuations
HGa1C: average blood glucose reading over a three-month period