65 years this month since diagnosis and doing well, don’t know what 65 years is like gold or silver whatever, but I am still going strong and having fun. Have a great day. Bye Jan
You’ve lived a full life in spite of diabetes. Hope there is many more for you to celebrate.
Thanks Dennis, I am aiming for 120 Have a great one. Bye Jan
Not in spite of, because of . Bye again Jan
Congratulations! I have had trpe 1 for 58 years and am still up and running,too!
You’re an inspiration to all!
Dawn, if it had not been for my Diabetes I may not have realized my strength and independence , sometimes to my husband’s dismay, Just Kidding, Marines need strong wives, have a great day, bye Jan
Rosemary, Congratulations to you too, keep up the good work, strong women, don’t you love it. Have a great day. Bye Jan
Great Job Janice! I am working on 67 years and still have some issues occasionally. Wow isn’t technology (meters, pumps and cgm) very helpful. I am enjoying life in Florida and expect many more years.
Good for you Rosemary, keep running.
Are we all aiming for 125 years? How many of us over 50 are there anyone know? Ps: Roger what is your secret? Just curious Bye Jan
No secrets, just had a Mom who spoiled me but left me with good habits and attitude. Now, my wife does a great job helping me to eat properly and keep up with my procedures.
Roger, I wrote a post called “how I eat what I want” and that’s what I do. No diabetes in my eyes, kidneys etc, just in my blood. Funny it works for me, I treat my body as if it is normal, take my insulin as if my body was doing it. Thanks for the input. Bye Jan Ps: Tell your Mom and Wife they are doing and have done a great job. Did find out that if I keep my BS above 140 no neuropathy!!!