Trisha's Blog: NEVER DOUBT

A tiny experiement paid off....

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Sometimes ..... August 11, 2014

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all it takes.....

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The Pros & Cons of Type 1 DM ....June 20, 2014

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Accepting your diagnosis...

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Challenges .... May 18, 2014

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The road to acceptance....

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What a royal headache it was!

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Misdiagnosed as a T2? ... January 10, 2014

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What you need to know, to get the proper care.....

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Beginnng my journey into Medicare - Part 2 ... July 19, 2013

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....part two

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Thoroughly PO'D ... May 24, 2013

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I am Pissed!

   May 24, 2013

 

I have sat here for the past two hours, writing a blog entry. Went to post it and the authentication failed, while I was logged in!!!!!!! I had saved all of it, but the last 20 minutes of writing. Now, having tried to get back to the page that had most of it, I lost that as well.

 

Maybe this weekend, I can find time to redo it.

 

Trisha - T1

look and see...need ideas

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... update to accident

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Hellish Week ... July 29, 2012

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..... if not one thing, it is another

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The Hug Bell™ .... July 27, 2012

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....more to life than diabetes

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Living with quotes ... July 01. 2012

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...brings thoughtful insights...

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Fun Saturdays...June 7, 2012

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... make for a nice break in 'betes routine...

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Another Day .... May 10, 2012

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Another DX....yesterday

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Our daily 'betes battles .... #2 for April 24th, 2012

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How we deal with them makes a difference...

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and St. Patrick's Day; catching up a bit here...

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takes too long...

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Testing is needed for correct diagnosis .... March 7, 2012

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some doctors don't know which tests to do.....

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A Little Rebellion ... March 7, 2012

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is not going to hurt us....

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Bg Meters .... March 5, 2012

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and the accuracy thereof ....

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The Burn Barrel .... February 15, 2012

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has been busy...

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Trisha's Classroom...CGM 101...part two...January 26, 2012

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Golden Opportunity was had...

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Trisha's Classroom CGM 101 ...part one ... January 20, 2012

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 For those interested in how it works

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  • Hi there!, I am much more than my autoimmune diseases. I'm Mom to a daughter and son - both in their mid 40's. Wife to my current husband for a long time. And Nana to three wonderful grandsons, one is almost 22 and is a Corprol in the USMC, one is 20 and goes to his favorite college on a full 4 year Army ROTC scholarship (is an Army Cadet), and one is 11, and they are brothers. As you'll see in my signature, I was born with an autoimmune diabetic kidney disease (66 years ago). Then came Rubella at age 3. How about a little Rheumatic Fever thrown in - not once (age 7), but twice (age 22 or so). Rheumatic Fever is a systemic autoimmune disease -and in my case, is also an inherited one. Vitiligo (also autoimmune) at age 15, keeps my arms in small, lovely shades of no pigment. There have also been spells of adrenal issues through the years. My true love work wise, was specializing in Trauma Radiography, after earning my college degree of A.S. in Radiologic Technology. From the time I was 7, I knew I would work with x-ray stuff. I also tutored radiography students at the college level. Gave inservices to the radiography department(s); and conducted the monthly radiography tours to elementary school age children - using terms understood by those age groups. I was a member, during my working years, of my professional radiographic organizations. Since retiring from radiography, I've worked with wood, and have my own little woodshop biz at home. My volunteer efforts included for domestic violence shelters; nursing homes; and as a teenager, I was a candy striper, and earned that coveted cap after 1000 hours. Smiley Happy My volunteer efforts now, are devoted to the ADA forums, helping other diabetics, and specifically on the Type 1 forum. I'm also a photographer, hand quilter when I can still see well enough to do tiny stitches, embroidery, crocheting, and learned to sew when I was 9. I loved tennis and bike riding. I also founded and published - three small community weekly and monthly newspapers (tabloid size), of which I was the only person to do all of the work, including layout and paste-up, along with writing the editorials, etc. Before I did my newspapers, twelve of my Letters to the Editor (one letter each month) of the area major newspapers, were published in three newspapers at the same time, of which one became (a 1/2 page in a full size newspaper) a Community Commentary section, on Domestic Abuse. Type 1 Diabetes is a part of my life, but it is not all of my life. ~ Trisha ~ IDDM (Type 1 autoimmune) 30+ years