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  1. Mike Hoskins
    Mike Hoskins February 18, 2011 at 6:53 am | | Reply

    Great posts, Allison and Amy! Loved hearing about your accomplishments, from Europe-traveling to online navigating. I’ve wondered what mine is: and I think I fall more in line with Amy, as far as nothing all exotic or fascinating – just reaching and living my dream of journalism. Something I wasn’t always sure would be possible, but came to be. So there’s that. Thanks for doing what you both do, here and everywhere else!

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  3. Kate
    Kate February 18, 2011 at 1:12 pm | | Reply

    When I was diagnosed with T1 at the age of 37, I had no where to turn! What I did find was this blog, and I thank my lucky stars for it.

    I’m also quite thankful that Amy posted information about a patient mentor program that helps other people with diabetes. If she had not posted it, I would not be involved with the program! I never would have thought that I would be telling people how they can live a fruitful life with diabetes – - -I thought it was too private a disease. But I realized the more “out” I am with my d, the more I’m able to help others.

  4. Cherise
    Cherise February 18, 2011 at 4:30 pm | | Reply

    Allison and Amy-

    Thank you for participating in the blog carnival. I love how the both of you continue living your life and take things as they come. Travel, eating, blogs and excercising in spite of diabetes.

    Be Blessed

  5. Karen
    Karen February 20, 2011 at 12:47 pm | | Reply

    I loved both of your takes on the most awesome things you’ve done!! Traveling alone overseas takes some guts!! And coming out of your shell (love that) to advocate and travel – along with staying so active and busy – all while managing diabetes? No easy feat there, huh. You both are quite inspirational. Thanks so much for participated in the blog carnival!! :)

  6. Ninjutsu Techniques
    Ninjutsu Techniques February 20, 2011 at 8:58 pm | | Reply

    Congratulations on the trip to England. It’s a great place, isn’t it? :-)

  7. Mack
    Mack February 23, 2011 at 9:45 pm | | Reply

    Amy and Allison,

    You two are very inspirational. I love your positive and can do attitudes. Your absolutely correct, life’s too short and we must go for it. I wasn’t familiar with the DSMA blog carnival. I’ll be checking it out. Thanks.
    Good luck and stay active.

  8. PP
    PP March 22, 2011 at 8:05 am | | Reply

    Great stories Allison and Amy! Traveling overseas by yourself I think would be scary no matter what. So, that’s quite a feat. And, helping others by putting yourself out there whether online or speaking in person is also very commendable. Love the “I Can Do It” attitudes!

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