There are days that diabetes doesn't dominate my thinking. I KNOW! I KNOW! I can hardly believe it myself. I just plod along, plugging in this number and that number, treating the high, treating the low. And on we march.
It's strange to even write this. That it has become such a part of our life that sometimes there is nothing to write about. No strange occurrence with blood sugars. No situation that left me without something I needed. No panic days. Just days.
And that's good. Sometimes it is very good, getting off the rollercoaster that is diabetes (OK, it's still a rollercoaster, but it's more of a mild, kiddie coaster than something like Kingda Ka, OK?)
This is Kingda Ka.
And no, I will NOT go on it. (As DMamas and DPapas, we already know what it's like.) I do enjoy the Spanish speaking person yelling in the video though.
Now take a minute and enjoy it.
OK, enough thrills for one post.
What this post is about I suppose, is that after a while, diabetes just is.
It's just a part of our lives.
It's just something we need to do as we do other things, namely life.
And that is such a good thing.