What would you do if you were handed a “Golden Ticket” and told that you are diabetic free? Oh, what a glorious day that would be! First on my personal list would be to run barefoot through the grass, feeling the early morning dew between my toes, and enjoying the freedom of being diabetic free, and not having to worry about incurring a small cut on my foot that may turn into something severe, due to diabetes.
Next, would you share a big stack of hotcakes with me? The thought of fresh, REAL maple syrup dripping down the sides has my mouth watering. What would be your first meal, after you got the wonderful and miraculously news of being diabetic free? We would love to hear from you.
Since I got the news of being diabetic free, I no longer have to give my money to the lotto agent and wish for the winning jackpot, because I already got the mega winnings with this great news. I’m sure that travelling would be in my near future, since I no longer would be wasting money on lottery tickets.
One of the best things that I would look forward to being diabetic free would be that I can travel without the worry of bringing enough supplies or being separated from my insulin. Did I mention that I would no longer have to arrive extra early, so I would have the time to once again explain to airport security as to why it is necessary to have liquid filled vials and needles that must be with me at all times. “I am not a criminal, I am sick”; I want to shout at the airport security guard. But because I am miraculously diabetic free, I no longer have to deal with this humiliation and unnecessary delay at the security gates.
Before I got on any plane or cruise ship, I believe that I owe my insurance company a phone call. Why? To thank them for all their support – Yea right! How about how stressful that they have made life for me at times! I would feel a release of emotions as I told them exactly how I felt without the fear of intimidation that they had held on me, “the key to my life”.
Now it is time for my “thankfully I am diabetic free” party and YOU are invited! We hope you have enjoyed this short article and that it has provided an outlet from your daily routine and offered you some comic relief from a very serious medical condition.
Most importantly, we would love to hear from you about silly or serious things that you would do if you got the news of being diabetic free.