It’s Christmas Morning

Merry Christmas:

I’ve waited until today to share my special news with the world.  I’m now a Med-free diabetic.

I remember writing my first entry and at the end of it I said something like, I want to be diabetic-free.  Well, one person decided that they would be the bearer of bad news and inform me that there is no cure.  I remember reading those words and thinking that it was like pulling hope from underneath my feet.

But alas, I kept on going, kept praying, and kept meeting people.  I soon learned that it might be possible for me to be a med-free diabetic.  And that has been my goal.

Every time I stayed within my carb-count, ate one less french fry that I desired, walked 5 more minutes than I wanted to,  refused to drink a glass of cranberry juice (my ultimate favorite juice), I was staying focused on my goal.

In just 9 months I MADE IT!  I’m so super, duper, excited about this. 

I understand that there might come a time when I won’t be able to say “This Christmas I’m med-free,” but I’m SO THANKFUL that I’m able to say it now!

You, yes you who read and post to my blog, have been a big help in me getting here.  So, from the bottom on my heart, I want to wish you a blessed Christmas.

Feb 2011–Diagnosed (A1C 12)
Dec 2011–Med-free (A1C 5.5)
By | 2017-07-27T08:48:21+00:00 December 25th, 2011|Medications and Type 2 Diabetes, Newly Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes|

One Comment

  1. Anna December 29, 2011 at 11:54 am - Reply

    Excellent job! You beat the odds and should be very proud of yourself. All the angels in glory are celebrating with you!

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