On February 11th, 2013, I wrote my first blog post, giving the link to a very select few of my closest friends.
For some reason or another, I started getting readers that weren't just those I'd given the link to. To this day, I am incredibly humbled to have readers, and I want to say thank you for taking the time to visit this blog, whether you're a long-time lurker or a regular reader.
I've learnt a lot over the last 365 days thanks to this little bubble of the interweb, a.k.a The DOC.
There are stories written by a bunch of people that always leave me thinking "me too", like those of Lizzie, Daisy, Louise, Jen, Heather, Mike, Emma and Mark of The D Team.
There are incredibly raw accounts of being a parent of a child or children with type one diabetes, from Kev, Meri, Scott and The Understudy Pancreas, whose name I don't know, but blog I love to read.
There are the heartfelt accounts written by children and teens living with type one, such as Max's blog, and Brea's.
And I've barley even scraped the surface - there are so many more!
It's a constant reminder that we're in this together.
That's what it means to me.