Sarah was diagnosed with type one diabetes in February 2015. She was initially in ICU when her diabetic journey began. It was a tough time for her. She suffered with not understanding why this happened to her and she was so scared she was going to die. With much prayer and encouragement from family and friends, she can now see the light at the end of the tunnel. Taking at least 5 injections each day and checking the blood sugar at least 6 times each day and having to adjust eating habits is very challenging. However, what has been an obstacle to handle has become an inspiration. Sarah now wants to pursue a career as a Pediatric Endocrinologist specializing in Diabetes. Along the way, we have met some amazing friends at camp Kandu. If you don't know, this is a camp for families with children dealing with diabetes. The camp provides a nice getaway that allows us to spend time with families who understand what we are going through on a daily basis. The Diabetes Foundation of MS goes above and beyond to help diabetes patients. I could write a book, but I won't keep you. :) So come on, let's raise some money to support Sarah and the foundation! Thanks in advance.