Whenever I introduce myself to someone new, or need to give a "fun fact" about myself, it's always that I have diabetes. You already know that, so what else.
|The Boisvert women at my uncle's wedding in 2003|
|Grammy & Grampa Dea with 3 of their grandchildren and their great-grandchild|
|No, he's not a dia-dog, but he's my boy|
|Overcoming my fear of heights|
I have the best friends in the world.
|Meghan (my longest dia-buddy) & I at Oktoberfest in Boston|
|Paige & I at a Red Sox game|
|me & Rebel at Pops Goes the Fourth! (21 year diabetes anniversary)|
|My two best dia-buddies|
|Caty & me in Puerto Rico|
|Willet & me on my 23rd birthday|
|NYE with the family at Sunday River (in high school)|
|These two make for great dia-buddy support (especially when we're together)|
|Kiwi, Broccoli, Phoenix|
I love to ski (it's the only thing I've been doing longer than I've had diabetes).
I love coffee. That is an understatement.
I am a synchronized swimmer.
|Figure Meet, November 2009|
I love to play tennis.
|Plymouth State vs. Endicott, 2007|
I decided to run a 10 mile race in 2009 for the chance at winning a contest to donate $1000 to a diabetes group.
|Finish Line is in sight|
I have a B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Plymouth State University, and now I'm a nanny.
I like to scrapbook (this is part of one I made for my mother)
I grew up in NH, I now live in Boston, but a piece of my heart lives in Oregon.
|Gales Creek Camp 2008|
|Final Goodbye, August 2009|
I share my birthday with my grandfather and Nancy Gati.
|September 12, 2002|
I love country music.
I love football, and I never really had a choice in the matter.
I love to take the time to stop and smell the roses.
|Cross Country skiing in Waterville Valley|
|Dorado, Puerto Rico|
|somewhere on the drive between Dartmouth & Plymouth|
|Cape Cod in September|
|My mother's sunflowers|
|Multnomah Falls, Oregon|
|between Seattle & Bainbridge Island|
|view from the Space Needle|
|Boston from the Harbor|
|golfing in Dunbarton|