February marks the month of my diaversary. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, it's the anniversary of my diagnosis. (For those of you unfamiliar with my diagnosis, two things: A) what are you doing here? and B) you can read the whole dang thing from the beginning here.) February 26 will be two … Continue reading wahh wahh boo hoo
I was reading People Magazine the other day (and YOU'RE WELCOME for singlehandedly keeping print media in business) and I came across a quick review of that show Colony on USA Network. It's by Carlton Cuse, the guy who did Lost, and it stars a guy from Lost. You know, the show you've seen a billion subway ads … Continue reading Another Fictional Dystopia I Would Die In
that thing where you realize your back up insulin has been expired for over a month.
I apologize in advance for this post, which will be self-righteous, rant-y and very nanny-state-ish. If you continue to read beyond that first sentence, you are hereby reading at your own risk. One thing that happened when I got diabetes is that I prioritized my own health. I did this for a very simple reason: … Continue reading PSA
I can't tell if a "day in the life" post series is indulgent or interesting, but I've always enjoyed reading other peoples' "day in the life" posts, and I think, even from an objective or anthropological sense, it might be of some interest to people to get a peek at the completely varied days that you … Continue reading 4.6.15: One Day
It started simply enough with some notes. Like most writers, I carry a little notebook around me. It makes me feel just-pretentious-enough; a way to take notes on paper, which I can't quite give up despite how much damn easier it is to take notes on an iPhone. But for me, iPhones are for grocery … Continue reading Would You Like An Autoimmune Disorder With Your Autoimmune Disorder? (Part 6)