Find A Friend – DBlog Week Day 1

Sorry that I’m so late. I had a few technical difficulties (my laptop did not want to connect to the Internet all day) 😦 but I’m here now.

Well I’m still new to the Diabetes Online Community and have not yet had the chance to read all of the blogs I want to read but from the few that I have read here is my list of blogs to definitely check out. (There are way too many blogs to just list one lol)

First up is the blog at I absolutely love her personality she simply tells it like it is, whether you like it or not. She is funny and sarcastic at times and her tag-line describes her (and her blog) well – a girl with a dumb pancreas, a smart mouth and some thoughts on living with diabetes.

Next is the blog that made me feel like I’m not the only one who is not on a pump. She is a college student and talks about what it is like to be a young type 1. I read her blog and feel like ‘she gets it.’ You can check her out at

Now this guy makes me laugh even if I was having the most horrible day ever. When I told my mom about today’s prompt she was like, “Oh, so you are going to write about that guy you are always talking about.” That guy is Brain from He sees the silver lining in everything, rewrites the lyrics to my favorite songs to make them more “diabetic” lol and adds just enough sarcasm to make anything funny. If you are in need for a laugh trust me, check him out.

There are so many other blogs I could mention but I have to stop because I’m running late and have to eat something. My mom is already fretting because I’m typing instead of eating lol. I hope everyone enjoys DBlog week!

Prompt: D-Blog Week, Day 1: It seems the most popular thing about Diabetes Blog Week is that it helps us find blogs we weren’t reading yet and connect with some new blog friends.  With that in mind, let’s kick off Diabetes Blog Week by making some new connections.  Think about the d-blogs you read that you think we may not know about and introduce us to one that you love!!  Let’s all find a new friend today!    (Special thanks to Gina, everybody’s Diabetes BFF, for helping me (Karen) title this post!)

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