the path less traveled

There are two ways to talk about this “disease.”  I can say to myself:

“This is so unfair!  I hate having to prick my finger, match my insulin to everything I eat, and think about what supplies I need to have with me everywhere I go and for everything I do!”

or I can say:

“I’m so lucky!  I get the chance to live and all I have to do is monitor my blood sugar, think about what I put in my body, and show up prepared!”

today I choose option #2, thanks to a little help from my friends

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