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Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by Robinredbreast, Jun 10, 2018.
Christmas Eve? that turns it into a date very hard to forget. Nine months without a diagnosis is a long time, about the same time as me. Thankfully you got there in time.
Blimey, happy anniversary! Were you a child? One of my aunts works in the children’s intensive care unit for a long time, she’s in her 70s now.
@SueJB - marzipan balls drying on the side! I drank the whiskey and used amaretto instead
I was 20, Mel, and luckily was looking after myself after that. If I were a child I’d have been at the mercy of my mother’s semi-neglect.
Beginning to feel better was the best Christmas present ever! I expect you were super thankful there was an end to feeling rougher than a rough thing.
Yes. I sometimes think spending so long feeling ill made taking insulin much easier, whereas some people I have seen who are diagnosed quite early, seem to be more resentful at having to take it, but for me it was such a relief.
I'm turning off the internet for today, everyone one have a good Christmas, and no doubt at least some of us will reconvene on this thread at some point tomorrow to report on how it has affected our blood sugars.
Hope Father Christmas turns up just fine, and have a good time.
Well I'm drunk.
Bloods running in the low to mid 9 so keep an eye on that before I rage bolus.
Merry Christmas to all you wonderful people
I’m just up the road from Wedmore and heard about some strange being in odd clothing
Yes, I agree with that.
If I'd just been feeling a bit off, being told I'd need injections for the rest of my life would have been difficult.
Being told I'll need injections for the rest of my life after going through the total sh#t- storm of being unconscious for a few days and almost dying from DKA was a bit of a relief.
@Knikki . Enjoy the evening, enjoy Christmas.
Wife at work tonight, got to pick her up at 8 in the morning.
Just cracked open the port. Is port good or bad for us T1’s?
Will limit myself tonight and use this as a trial run for tomorrow .
Me too! Xmas eve, why not!!!??!!!
Take care @Knikki, watch the BSLs and keep cake at hand. in the hand, ready for ingestion. Enjoy Xmas, with or without chocolate soap !!
Wishing you all an enjoyable Christmas, with love, peace and joy. I hope 2019 will bring good health and happiness X
Good morning everyone have a fantastic day. Im in work till 12 then off to see grandsons then off to other sons for xmas dinner fist time in 30 years i havent cooked it once again have a fab day everyone all the best x
HAVE A GREAT DAY ONE AND ALL.
MERRY CHRISTMAS and for those who don’t do Christmas you will have to settle for a friendly diabetic hug.
Merry Christmas have a good day
Excellent! Midnight Mass organ playing survived with no excess on the blood sugar front in either direction. Bit higher than I like first thing, but gone for my Sunday Morning breakfast and routine to get me through to lunchtime whereupon anything could happen! Sleep most probably. I'm currently running on excess caffeine, steely determination and a countdown of the next 180 minutes to the start of the Japes' holiday days.
Hope today's a good day on all fronts for everyone in whatever way!! Thank you for being here and being great support - I'd've not got through these past few months as well without it.