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April 2006

A Daisy in the Sand

Diabetes and Emotions April 30, 2006 No Comments

Sometimes life moves just so damn fast. I miss so much, rushing from one place to another, making sure I attend to every obligation. Too much coffee, not enough sleep, phone is ringing, writing to be done, meetings to attend, consulting, and a workout to squeeze in daily. How many hours are in this day? How many do I spend…


Diabetic Dreaming?

Diabetes Memories April 27, 2006 No Comments

My dreams feel so real. The smells, the sounds, the way things taste. How people were dressed. If it was warm or not. Which cat was roaming around. Was I scared? Did I feel safe? What shoes was I wearing? My five senses are completely involved in every dream I have. While I slept last night, my subconscious diabetic mind…



Blood Sugars, Real Life Diabetes April 18, 2006 No Comments

Scene: About 11 o’clock at night. Showcase Cinemas in MA. There aren’t too many people in the movie theater. It’s not too hot or too cold. Comfortable seats. Handsome boyfriend as my date. Feeling a little tired but content. The movie courses on. Guy with a mask, Natalie Portman cuts off all her hair, I’m barely interested … little bit of…


I : Meme.

No Diabetes April 16, 2006 No Comments

I am: tired, happy and filled with Easter Eggs. I want: a new job. Tomorrow. Please. I wish: that I knew, with certainty, that everything will be okay. I hate: medical insurance. Or better: I hate having to worry about medical insurance. I miss: my grandparents. And I worry about the Only One I Have Left. I fear: that all this hoping for a cure will…


Six Short Points on a Pseudo-Friday

Uncategorized April 13, 2006 No Comments

1. I have been in so many listless work meetings today that my head is filled with phrases like “forward thinking,” “marketing analysis,” and “extensive research and application.” These phrases have replaced the fun ones I was thinking earlier, which included “Paas coloring kit,” “lethal Cadbury mini eggs,” and “Thank the lord for fast acting insulin.” 2. “Generation D” has been updated for…