So in 18 more days it will be 11 years of beong diabetic ( yes ik i was diagnosed in 2002 but it was the begining of the year so i count it as a full year ) any idea on if i should celebrate it?

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You should have your favorite meal it this is waht you like to do, or go to the movies with your friends, or do something exceptionnal in the name of diabetes...I always celebrate my diabetes anniversary. :-)

I agree with Belen. I celebreat my anniversy every year by doing just that. In August it will be my 39th year of having D.Have fun with ur day Anna!

110 pushups, 10 for every year? Maybe in a few sets?

At the Tae Kwon Do school I used to work out at, a lot of the teachers would sort of use pushups as "punishment" or "incentive", like if the class was droopy or didn't jump up enough. One of my favorite teachers (who I think has post-type G T2 these days...) instead would say stuff like "that was a great class, let's do 40 celebration pushups!" since, after all, we were taking the class to exercise, why not do *more* exercise to celebrate!

Hey, if you do it Anna, I'll do it too, who else wants to join in!?!

haha ok. if i figure out why i cant download videos on here ill record it. if im still not on crutches

I will also celebrate my 11 year anniversary this month, March 26th. However, I'm as clueless as you are as to what I should do to celebrate.

you were diagnosed only 4 days after me. we will have to think of an idea and share it with eachothrt

Yes we should!

push ups push ups *clap-clap-clapclapclap*

I've had diabetes for 30 years; sometime next month will make 31 years ... I don't even know what the exact day is. I'm not bitter about it, but I've never celebrated it either. I just never had a reason to.

One day in the last eleven months, though, I did the math and realized I had made it through 30 years. I confess to being a little proud of that.

*ouch*!

I will really be 30 years this July but I've been proudly proclaiming "30 years" for many months already :-).

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