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Insulated with Insulin...
by Ed Matlack

Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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It seems to be helping...


So, I started to take insulin,

By needle the prefered way to go,

Trying as well to get the drug for free,

So keep prayers coming with regards same for me...

 

I do see my numbers going down,

Maybe not as fast as I'd like,

But honestly I am feeling a bit better,

As long as I as well get out riding my bike...

 

It was scary at first,

Using a needle on myself,

But my tummy from the needle did not burst,

So as long as I get the chance,

I will keep shooting myself up with the drug,

And maybe with it, for alot longer in my life,

I can from others accept many a hug...


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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 4/29/2012
Glad you've got it under control, eat right, exercise, and a long life ahead for you!..
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 4/19/2012
Like Patrick, my hubby has been controlling his diabetes for the past five years with the right foods and exercise...so far no medication. His father and two sisters have the disease...so genetics is at work I'm sure...Good luck with it, Ed.....here's a support hug!!!!

Anna
Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/19/2012
Hang in there, my friend, and do what you gotta do.
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 4/18/2012
Diabetes is nothing to mess with if you want to keep your sight and limbs. You can still help though by giving up white carbs and eating lots of green vegetables. I started that and avoided medication. Cuz p
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/18/2012
Good Luck Bro, and keep ridin that bike and eatin the right food. I had a little rescued cat who was a diabetic, and he very bravely and very calmly allowed me to give him insulin shots twice a day. He lived a very long and happy life.
Reviewed by Ruan Mills Burke 4/17/2012
Makes me realise how lucky I am not to have to live with this.
Sending a [HUG]
Ruan
Reviewed by * Starman * * 4/17/2012
In sullen realization that life isn't perfect and entropy will win in the end, we preserve what we can while we can. Continue to stick to your plan. I wish you health, and happiness in your journey.

Starman
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/17/2012
Needles. I don't have any veins left because I spent so many years shoving steel rods into whatever vein would take it at the time to squirt poison into my system. I'm supposed to be dead. Still kicking.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 4/17/2012
ED,
you can have as many from me as one man can give another. my wife is a diabetic and I wish all the best.
Budd
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