Lately I feel as if Otto has taken over. That is to say, diabetes seems as if it’s running in auto-pilot. (Also that link is, of course, from Airplane! So it is, of course, NSFW.)
That’s not to say diabetes management has exactly been easy, because diabetes is rarely easy. There are still spikes and lows and pieces that didn’t go exactly as planned. But nothing out of the ordinary and certainly nothing worth blogging about. Last month I went to the endo and all was well - except that we upped my Vitamin D dose again. If that’s all I need to worry about after almost 36 years with diabetes, I consider myself pretty lucky. The Thanksgiving weekend brought such a great string of blood sugars that I had to wonder if I had a few islet cells kicking in valiantly before being wiped out by my immune system. (Taking my parent’s dog for a walk after our turkey dinner didn’t hurt either. But it was a pretty slow walk because she insisted on stopping to sniff EVERY SINGLE LEAF!!) But all in all, things have been pretty quite over here, diabetes-wise.
I appreciate the small breaks when I can get them. Even if it doesn’t leave me with much that’s blog-worthy to write about. I can sacrifice blog material for the chance to let diabetes run on auto-pilot while I focus on other parts of life. After all, history has taught me that this won’t last too long, so I’ll enjoy it while I can!