World Diabetes Day – Hannah’s perspective

I was going through the stack of papers Hannah brought home from school today and came across a paper she wrote regarding her weekend. I asked her if I could post it as she’s been wanting to do a ‘guest” blog and she said yes.

On Sunday I went to a friends house. Sunday was “World Diabetes Day”, there were a couple of other kids there. I felt really happy because I wasn’t asked if I am ok or if I need anything.

The other kids at the party were also diabetic and we made Danny really happy. He was recently diagnosed. We made him happy by letting him use one of my sites for his saline trial cause he didn’t like the site he was using now and it made me feel really good.

-Hannah

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4 Responses to World Diabetes Day – Hannah’s perspective

  1. soooooo happy I found your blog! Hannah youre quite awesome. :)

  2. Laurel says:

    Yay! Hi Alexis!! I’ll pass that on to Hannah, she’ll appreciate it, thank you!

  3. Linda says:

    Great “guest blog,” Hannah.

  4. Kirsten Otis says:

    I loved hearing about what Hannah did on WDD, because it was almost the same as my day – hang out with my D-friends, and learn about ourselves, and each other!

    Our party also included a scavenger hunt in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, where we were able to bring WDD to the soggy public! (it was raining, a lot.)

    http://www.connectedinmotion.ca/blog/putting-diabetes-in-the-picture/

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