Type 1 Diabetic Resources

I want to share some things that will make your Type 1 Diabetes journey easier. This video will help make it easier to put in a enlite sensor: Enlite Sensor Video Another video we made can help you with your insulin set insert for the sure-T by Medtronic. Sure-T infusion set Video My father and…

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The Mobile Classroom

We get a lot of questions about our mobile classroom on this 50 State Tour, so I thought I would share some helpful information with you today. Our country is full of amazing museums, national monuments, art galleries, historical sites, science centers, and more. So, we take advantage of these wonderful opportunities to learn in…

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Type 1 Diabetes post

I’d like to share a bit about my personal experience with T1D When I was at the young age of four, I had returned home from a normal day of preschool and was watching Micky Mouse Clubhouse in my dad’s large recliner. I remember having milk and popcorn and enjoying life. But then something happened.…

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Adventures In Arizona

If you’ve never been to Arizona, you can’t believe the variety of adventures you can have there! Now, this is our home state, so we know lots of great places for hiking, swimming, fishing, and camping. And, we’re going to share some of our favorite places with you so you can have a great trip…

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Exploring New Mexico

We have wanted to take our kids and spend time creating memories in New Mexico for a long time. At one point in our lives, we went to college at The University of New Mexico and lived in Albuquerque when we were newly married. Someday, we still want to take them to the famous Balloon…

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The Very Large Array

Me and my family went to the VLA wich stands for the Very Larg Array. It was so cool. They are big satellite dishes and they can see different things than we can and hear different things too. Here is what they look like.

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The California Adventure

California has been quite an adventure for a summer. We decided to boost our business through personal and professional development and make it possible for our children to attend Type 1 Diabetes camp one last time. It is beautiful getting to visit Kings Canyon National Park and camp under the giant Sequoias. It was an…

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Responsibility – There Is No Substitute!

In my 42 years I’ve learned some solid hard truths. The truest of them all is I am responsible for EVERYTHING that happens in my world. That’s right, EVERYTHING! Now you might be thinking, how is that possible? Here’s what’s true for me. I can choose to be a victim in my life, or I…

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