And those people are young men and women and elementary kids and even toddlers, individuals like these:
|Nicole Ayers, |
planning to study nursing
|Ben Wilson, aspiring photography and film major.|
|Alyssa Heal, type-1 diabetic since age 11.|
|Audrey Lake, |
beating diabetes for 49 years
and without a complaint.
|Joel McElfrish never let being diabetic |
ruin his great sense of humor.
|That's my Emily Viall.|
She wasn't diabetic yet.
She could eat what she liked.
|Katy Rogers: |
she's an artist and a good one.
|Kyle Williams: scuba diving into the future.|
She turned up type-1 at age 26.
Her brother, Matt, helped her
get over being a baby
and take her shots.
|Matt Westendorf. |
His mom found him asleep and worn out
on the kitchen floor at age 3.
That's when he got diabetes.
The young lady never gets down
about being diabetic.
She does admit she isn't fond
of Brussels sprouts.
|Tom Youkilis |
is much better looking than this.
He just never sent me his picture.
He never complains about his long
battle with insulin, shots, needles
When he was in seventh grade
he gave me advice about diabetes
when Emiy was first diagnosed.
Now at Ohio State.
Someday she wants to be in theater.
who gave me a
petrified rock and
a little extra
|Sam McCorkle. Diabetic since age 4. |
A Taekwondo star ever since.
He's only four and his
grandfather Sam wants to
see him grow up
strong and healthy.
|Jason Durbin (with his son).|
He's a good dad and a diabetic.
|Nick Hopkins: he's a pet lover|
and will be a freshman at
Loveland High School this coming year.
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