Wednesday, January 9, 2008

By Request.

My sister would like me to write a new post. The only thing is, I have nothing to say. Diabetes wise my numbers are staying solid, and I'm relatively happy with all things diabetes. I have the most boring life ever. It consists of me waking up in the morning, eating breakfast, doing school work, watching tv while I eat lunch, returning to school work, and reading blogs/surfing the internet until dinner. I spend evenings reading, watching something on DVR, or harassing my friends on Facebook. I have very little to talk about so, here's where you come in. Do you have any burning questions you would like to ask me? Is there anything you want to hear my wise (yeah right) 16 year old opinion on? Throw me some topics, and maybe just maybe I'll have something new for you. Otherwise I'll just be bopping around commenting, and waiting for something to pop up in my dLife.


Albert said...

how's the guitar thing coming along?

Amylia said...

oooh, fun! Audience Participation!

What's your weakness when it comes to diabetes, and what's your strong point? Do you have a breaking point? When do you know if you've hit it?

How do you think homeschooling has influenced your teen years? Do you miss traditional high school or is it a huge relief to be free of it all?

Colleen said...

What do you think you want to do as an adult?

Donna said...

Hi Jillian,
I don't have any questions right now, but I wanted to say congratulations on your diabetes numbers staying solid & being generally happy with your diabetes. That's great!

Jeff said...

Hi Jillian.

What would you put on a list of 50 things you'd like to do before you die?

k2 said...

Do u like the slide guitar and can u play it?

What's your favorite and least favorite flavor of ice cream?

Glad to hear your living the good Dlife. KEEP UP TH GOOD WORK!

Laura said...

I'm a public school teacher, as well as being a type 1 diabetic :), and I'm curious about how you feel about home schooling? I know a number of families that home school their children, but I've never asked them personally about the experience.

Thanks! I enjoy your posts!


Naomi said...

Why do you want to visit Boston? Is it to check out historical stuff about the US, or do you have friends/family there? Have you already been?