Who can relate??
Mike Lawson is a new addition to our Sunday Funnies line-up. Even the bio he sent us made us laugh, so we're reprinting for your enjoyment here:
Mike Lawson is a self-proclaimed social media junkie, and a doctor-proclaimed Type 1 Diabetic. He's also a blogger, Facebooker, Flickr Photographer, TuDiabetic, Youtuber, Tweeter, Podcaster, Linkedin-er and About.me-er. Since his Type 1 diagnosis in 2000, Mike has used the Internet and social media to connect with other diabetics and to receive help with staying healthy.
His YouTube series, My Life As A Pin Cushion, is a positive, comedic way for him to share some of the lessons he has learned living with diabetes and to spread the positive message that a diabetes diagnosis doesn't mean that you have to stop living.
When Mike isn't updating his status on social networking sites or editing Wikipedia pages, he works at a marketing firm as a web designer. He lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona.
Thanks, Mikey, and welcome aboard!!
Summer brings outdoor fun, barbeques, and of course... bugs!! This year it's nearly all about ticks and the diseases they spread (ugh). Since diabetes seems to effect EVERYTHING, we wondered if there was any special connection between tick bites a...
Hi All,Here we are in the advanced stages of summer, but August promises to continue sizzling, so... a great time for a cool giveaway!What we're giving away are some sweet new supply carry bags from two creative small diabetes businesses: Sugar Me...
See newer comics » Sunday Funnies: It's Raining...?! Published June 25, 2017 Anyone with diabetes knows the woes of test strips going astray... Thanks to our regular contributor Jerry King, an accomplished cartoonist who creates more than 200 ...
Wow, this one rings weirdly true, no? Thanks to the artistic Gareth Morgan, a fellow type 1 in England and biomedical researcher-turned-illustrator who lends us his drawing talents regularly here at the 'Mine. Sunday Funnies: Round and Round ...
« See newer comics Sunday Funnies: In the Event of Snow Published December 27, 2015 Dreams of a white Christmas were dashed for many of us across the U.S. experiencing unseasonably warm weather this year. But we can dream... For now, looks like...