Katie, you responded to chapter 2 of my story today. Thanks! In case you haven't noticed you can click on "62 Years Of Type 1 Diabetes" in the right hand column on this page and my complete story, chapters 1-20 will appear.
I remember visiting you in the hospital, but I don't remember the baloons . . you have a great memory !
Ariana is 15 . . .wow . .
Just got back from a weekend of skiing . . I have 2 matches bruises on either hip, one of them seems to have its own pulse ! I asked my husband to put stick sunscreen on Harry . . the poor kids face is bright bright red with 2 white streaks down either cheek !
Camp will be interesting this summer. I am sure that the day to day stuff won't change (I hope). I am planning on attending Alumni Day - depending on when it is. This past year it was after camp ended and it was nice to hang out with the campers gone.
Katie, thanks for shouting out and saying hey . . OK, I'm not sure I want to know . . how old is Ariana now? A Bartonian friend of mine (Amy) that I first met there in 1974 (we were both LITTLE) will be a member of the Health Care Team this summer ! As I type I'm looking @ your pictures; can it really be 20 years since you were my camper?
I'll have to get alumni day on my calendar early this year, so I won't miss it ! Glad to hear you and the family are doing better, it still must be so hard though.
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