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2 years

Discussion in 'Teens' started by MissEmi, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. MissEmi

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    since I got Type 1 Diabetes. Wow...it's seemed a lot longer than that actually.
     
  2. emm142

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    Congratulations on your diaversary. Here's to many more good years!

    (I know what you mean about it feeling longer than it is, though. It's coming up to 2 years for me, and I feel like I've had D forever.)
     
  3. malyssa

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    Happy Diaversary. :cwds:
    It's always a bittersweet day. It does seem a lot longer, doesn't it? I just "celebrated" my three year aniversary on January 24th, and it just feels like I've always had D...I guess it's just become a part of us.

    Anyway, here's to many more, and hopefully, a cure!
     
  4. diamondback688

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    Happy Diaversary, Emily.:cwds::cwds:
     
  5. Danielle2008

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    Happy 2nd Diaversary, Emily:cwds:. Here is to many more healthy years ahead(and maybe some D free years too!!)
     
  6. MissEmi

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    Thanks guys, glad it's not just me feeling like D's been here forever.

    Thanks you guys!
     
  7. rachabetic

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    Happy Diaversery!! Congrats on a healthy 2 years with D. I can't rememeber what it was like without D either...although I was diagnosed over 10 years ago. haha
     
  8. k.hawkins92

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    Sorry, I'm a bit late, but still happy Diaversary! And I agree, once you've been diagnosed, its hard to remember life without carb counting, bolusing, shots, ect. Keep up the good work!
     
  9. MissEmi

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    Thanks...wow that's a looooong time for you.

    Aw it's okay Kaela. Thanks. It IS hard. The other day I was trying to fathom eating a chocolate brownie withough sticking it on a scale first...couldn't do it.
     

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