RESULTS FROM THURSDAYS DOCTORS APPOINTMENT

Well after my doctors appointment I was relieved and worried at the same time. My doctor said my charts were amazing due to the fact I've only been dealing with T1 for about 4 months. She said that my readings were within target range 76% of the time which is really good. BUT...then the whole military discussion came up. I was told I have until March 2012 left in the Navy. It was a heartbreak at first but then I'm thankful for the 4 wonderful years that I've served so far. I'm thinking about going to RN school and then furthering my education and become a Diabetic Educator.Delete Comment

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Comment by Hismouse on January 31, 2011 at 4:45pm
Awe Justin there is always a rainbow out there waiting to grab hold of:) and your dream of being a RN and a Diabetes Educator is a Blessing to the world of people who are and will be Diabetic's. It is a field that is going to be very needy.
You did your job in the Navy, we all Praise you for your service and protecting us, so its time to move forward:)
And congrats on the improved BS:) Keep those dreams alive:) Take care, Debbie

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