Friday was Dr. appointments my eyes are fine except that I do need glasses, but no damage from the diabetes.
Saturday was Granddaughters track meet and lunch with her team, a wonderful group of young girls, it was such a pleasure to join them.
Sunday Jim and I stayed home and just relaxed. I watched a couple of Hallmark movies(Debra I know you do not like those) but I find them very calming and "happy" maybe an escape from the cares of the real world.I am finding ways to accept my new way of life and finding that it is not as bad as I had first feared. Tonight I am reading blogs and sipping tea from one of my Royal Albert Old Country Rose tea cups and thinking life is still good !
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Thank you dear blogger friends for your encouragement! It means more than you know! I am having a better day today. As I think back about things that have happened in the past it seems that I panic at first then pull my self together and get on with whatever has to be done. I think the biggest concern for me is that I will not be able to do all the things for my family that I have always done, baking cakes, cooking holiday meals with everyones favorite dishes, but I will figure it out. I have been on the Atkins diet since diagnosed and my b.s. levels are down and weight is falling off! Another thing that frightened me was that I know several people that have lost limbs and eyesight to this disease, but I am trusting God and believing that this will not happen. Again thank you all for your kind comments and concern!
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
It has been a long 3 weeks since I found out that I am diabetic. That has been all that I can think about regardless of where I am or what I am doing. I have made appointments with a podiatrist and diabetes clinic and eye specialist to see if there has been any damage done. I know I am in depression, as I have had that before. I pray that I can soon accept this condition and what ever the future holds.