Hey everyone,

So I know I had signed up awhile ago and haven't really been keeping up very well, but as of now I am hoping to change that. First I would like to say that starting sometime in September, myself along with my 3 other roommates will be starting vlogs to talk about our journey through Diabetes as well as our volunteer work with the ADA. If anyone has any comments or questions at anytime, please feel free to comment.

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Comment by Scott E on August 1, 2011 at 5:58am
3 other roommates? Wow.. unlike many of us, you are part of a "Diabetes Offline Community" in addition to the DOC (Online) that we are all part of. Must be nice!
Comment by GiGi on August 1, 2011 at 4:27pm
Yeah I am going to be a Senior at Elizabethtown college and we are living in a Student living-learning community house. To live in this house you have to do a community service project and considering that myself, along with another one of my roommates, are type 1 we thought it would be a good project. And it can be easy to get involved, all you have to do is ask around! I also volunteer a lot for Muscular Dystrophy (MDA) which is something I enjoy. There is always room for volunteering, just have to see what is in your area. =)

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