It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day… and I’m feeling good!
I have changes in my eyes, and they are caused by diabetes, but I still love my life. And I know, that with good technology (I am blessed to be so close to world class care in Boston) and lots of support and love by family and friends (in life and on-line) I am going to continue to do my best to exude happiness and health.
The super fabulous news is that I got my A1c back and managed to lower it .6 in 2 months and am well under the ‘goal’ for getting the baby show on the road. My husband couldn’t believe it when I called him. This is exactly where I hoped to be, able to make a decision on starting a family, having put all the diabetes stuff in order so that we can make the decision like average people. After our vacation in July (we are going to Napa and you’re crazy if you think I want to be pregnant and not be able to drink the wine. I do have priorities! ;) ) we’ll see what lies in store ...
For now, I have 85 people coming to my house next Saturday for a party for the love of my life, a trip to see my brother in TN, 5 weddings that I am the florist for, and a lot of fun and games to attend too this summer. I’ll sport my sunglasses and check my blood sugar frequently, and keep on keepin’ on.
I am back on track, striving to be my favorite toy from my childhood - a weeble wobble. Diabetes can try and knock me out, but remember “weebles wobble, but they don’t fall down”