And from yesterday until a few minutes ago, Sara, Jess, and I aggregated some of those affirmations... and now we're sharing them.
|I WEAR GLASSES AND A PUMP AND MY FACE|
ONLY GETS STUCK LIKE THIS SOMETIMES
For Wendy's daughter (who was - coincidentally? - diagnosed seven years ago TODAY), and anyone else who has to wear a lot of hardware: you can do this, and you can ROCK IT.
big, big, big thumbs up.ReplyDelete
i am not unknown. i am c. technology is sometimes stupid.ReplyDelete
I've been wearing glasses now for 23 years, and I was diagnosed as T1D 7 months ago. Now I wear a pump!! I'm 34 years old. This video had me in tears...I just imagined that MY name was Sugar as I was watching. Thanks so much for making this for all young kids and the not so young kids that need words of encouragement. I CAN do this! And so can Sugar, glasses and all ;)ReplyDelete
This video made me tear up.ReplyDelete
Jeez, I don't even HAVE diabetes and I LOVE the D-OC! :] Y'all are rockstars.
And beautiful! <3
Tear up, fall over laughing at someones awesome dance moves. Whatev's. The video was great.ReplyDelete
This is why the DOC is AMAZING, truly AMAZING.ReplyDelete
awesome, my 13 year old Nicole has had diabetes for 11 years and glasses for 5. She is beautiful and at diabetes camp for 6 weeks!!!! Loved this video.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful thing you all did for sugar. Just one more thing to show how awesome the DOC is.ReplyDelete
AMAZING! Ms.A aka "A" got so excited to be a part she started dancing around. Her favorite part was Justice saying Sugar was beautiful to him. the DOC rocks :)ReplyDelete
I LOVE THIS! Not that I'm biased or anything...being a pumper and an eyeglass/contacts wearer ;) The DOC is a beautifully powerful group and kudos to all that participated in this amazing gesture!ReplyDelete
Kim, what a loving way to show Sugar how beautiful she is :-) I was in tears watching your video, I'm now feeling proud..wearing my glasses, pump and cgm, knowing that we have a community of amazing beautiful people and a little girl named Sugar who rocks her glasses!ReplyDelete
I just had my eyes checked and even though my eyes did get worse I got to pick new snazzy frames... I love my glasses and my pump!!!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Kim, it's your Mom. Don't know the age of Wendy's daughter, but they should know that sometimes you only need glasses for a few years and the eyes self-correct to not needing them for many years. This happened to me once in grade school and once in my mid 20's. But after about age 40, well, different story.ReplyDelete
This is awesome!ReplyDelete
Wonderful video! Sugar, it shows all the support you have, wear those glasses with pride!ReplyDelete
Crying and laughing! I love this! It turned out SO INCREDIBLY AWESOME!!!! I want to share with everyone I know!ReplyDelete
This video is amazing. My husband is T1D with glasses and a pump and he is the most beautiful person I have ever seen.ReplyDelete
I just love this. What an amazing amazing amazing amazing thing. You guys are incredible.ReplyDelete
Magic. Just magic.ReplyDelete
So incredibly thankful for everyone who contributed!!!!
This is an experience I will never forget. EVER!!!!
this whole thing went down when L and i were in chicago and when the original call went out, she said, "oh i wish we were home cos then i could take a pic of me and my pump and those fake glasses i have!" :)ReplyDelete
anyway, this was amazing to watch as it came together and the waves of love and positivity that radiated out from it. big love to you and everyone involved. <333
People with Diabetes are awesome. :0)ReplyDelete