Mollie’s 16th Diabetic Anniversary

Today I’m celebrating 16 years of excellent health as a diabetic.

We like to call it my “Diabetic Anniversary.”

Some people don’t know why I like to celebrate this day, but for those of you who know anything about diabetes, then you understand it can be very challenging to be a diabetic and be in good health. Β Since I am both, a diabetic, and in good health, I choose to celebrate my good health to let other young diabetics know that they too can have diabetes and still be healthy.

By the way, I always celebrate my anniversary with my twin sister Jackie and my family…by doing things I don’t normally do….such as splitting New York style Cheesecake with Jackie, after dinner.

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Needless to say, I enjoyed every last bite and I didn’t feel the least bit guilty. πŸ™‚

However, I was a little sad when I realized there was only one bite left, so I did my best to cherish every morsel.Β 
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The good news is, my sadness didn’t last long…I went home, changed into workout clothes and totally went for a bike ride with my biking partners, Bear and Gracie. Β πŸ™‚

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The evening is finally over, my bike ride brings it to an end, but once again, I feel blessed to be able to keep on riding.

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P.S. My blood sugar was 102 before eating all this. How cool is this? πŸ™‚

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I'm Mollie Singer! Type 1 Diabetic for 22 years, diagnosed at the young age of 4. I blog with my twin sister Jackie Singer and Mom and Aunt, named Jackie and Mollie (aka: Aunt Mama). You'll read about the ups and downs of living with diabetes, how my twin sister is my "Diabetic Angel" and how family is the most important thing in my life. We also LOVE music and are singers in a band called MJ2.
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