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Comment by Amylia Grace on April 27, 2009 at 9:42am
[you're so cute on this video!]
Comment by Amylia Grace on April 25, 2009 at 5:25pm
P.S. I don't have a video, but I did write my d-story for Kerri here: http://sixuntilme.com/yourstory/2007/08/the_life_that_is_waiting_fo...

...not sure if you caught it or not when you were following my blog in Taiwan.
Comment by Amylia Grace on April 25, 2009 at 5:23pm
Three Buck Chuck--
I just caught this video now (after watching your air guitar performance). It's quite amazing everything you've accomplished just in your first year after diagnosis. Plus, spinning twice a week, yoga AND running 3 miles...then the triathalon...India, LA, NYC, FL, NM, skiing...I'm winded just listening to it all! Thank you for sharing your story with everyone and, as Karen said, giving us long termers/old timers new hope! Plus, I can't remember the last time my A1C was 6 or under...although, I do know you are still producing some insulin, which I assume helps? Or perhaps makes it more challenging if it's unreliable, I dunno...anyway, beautiful job on the video. You spoke with candor and a laid-back cheerfulness!

I can't wait to see all your life has yet to bring...
:) Amylia
Comment by Progress Trumps Perfection on June 29, 2008 at 2:04pm
Way to go Chuck! You're doing a great job, and it's so good to hear that diabetes is not slowing you down. Many people would have folded into a pool of self pity if they had a heart attack at your age, but you have proactively sought ways to learn and care for yourself. Keep up the good work, both with the diabetes and with embracing life!
Comment by Karen on June 29, 2008 at 1:10pm
Excellent video, you give a very oooooolllldddd, long termer diabetic new hope.:)

You met Max????!!!!!! :)

Congrats on staying healthy, I know how hard it is!! :)
Comment by Terrie on June 25, 2008 at 12:00am
Hey, what are you doing on my tv. :D

****HAPPY 1st GOOD YEAR WITH DIABETES CHUCK****

Wow! You're doing Really Well with just 1 year under your belt.
Terrific A1c also. You must be Proud. Your doing your fair share
of exercising, that's for sure. I'm Glad that you are doing Good. :o)
Comment by landileigh on June 24, 2008 at 11:10pm
great video chuck! you are doing so well with your health!
Comment by Manny Hernandez on June 24, 2008 at 8:19pm
It's good to see you are doing so well, my friend!

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