Last week I was put in the shoes of my moms for probably the first time ever. Okay, yes, I have a child just like she did (although, I’m only doing it once, not four times over) and some of you may relate that to walking in her shoes. But for me and my moms, it wasn’t until last week that I truly felt what … Continue reading Mama’s Shoes Don’t Fit
Today is World Diabetes Day. This day is the birthday of Dr. Frederick Banting, who, 91 years ago, discovered insulin. Insulin keeps me alive. But insulin is not a cure. Today, I would much prefer it be World Diabetes CURE Day. My life with diabetes. My life with insulin. My life without a cure. Continue reading The ballad of my life
Ohhh Lordy. Yes, on a day where I was blessed with that beautiful autumnal God light on my way to work this morning (sorry no pics, probably not safe to whip out the camera while driving) it feels only proper to tap into my religious roots. And by religious, I mean, holy hell I saw my life flash before my eyes multiple times tonight – … Continue reading Singing hallelujah
Diabetes pic a post #2: Waking up with a morning low is NOT a good way to start the day. (The blur could be the result of low lighting or my spastically shaky hands, which is a common low BG symptom.) For a girl who doesn’t like change, I’m sure doing a lot of it lately. For almost two years my belly has been the … Continue reading Experiment. Day 2.