For years I was scared to tell others that I had diabetes. I did my best to hide it and never wanted anyone, including family, to ask me what my blood sugar was. Today I'm blogging about my diabetes and tonight I believe I'm taking it to a new level.
I have an appointment with my endocrinologist on Wednesday afternoon and I'm very excited to see what my A1C is. I invite anyone that reads this blog to try and guess what my A1C will be on Wednesday, I will be sure to get a photo of the results so it is official. As I said earlier I have a decent following in England, so the person that is closest without going over or gets my A1C correct gets the pleasure of riding with me in their hometown. (If it is England I may have to move in with you, I know that my wife won't be to happy with this crazy idea) I'm not sure what year the ride will be but I have nothing else to give away so it sounds good.
In all seriousness I encourage people to guess my A1C. I don't know why we as diabetics hide so much, my hope is to have other diabetics share their A1C, the only way I know how to do that is to show people that we shouldn't be ashamed of our A1C no matter the number. The diabetes community is very helpful and whatever your number they will give advice. Heres to the start of making our A1C public!!!