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Saturday, April 2, 2011

The uninvited geust

Dear Diabetes, do you not know you are not wanted? Dont you ever feel unliked? Dont you get the hint you aren't wanted around here?

When you came sneaking up on us two years and a bit ago I never knew what a sneaky bastard you would turn out to be.You came into our lives like a beast causing trouble all the time. You took away our daughters carefree and innocent ways. Now we live by the clock. Tick Tock Tick Tock everything goes by the clock.

Why can't you take a hint?

You stole Halloween from my daughter last year making us spend the night in the emergency room instead of trick or treating. Then today of all days you decide to rear your ugly head on her birthday. Why couldn't you just do what you do everyday and sit in the back ground doing your dirty work.Why I ask why? Couldn't you stand to see her enjoy her birthday? Was it not enough your friend the flu already had us postpone her party by a week? Obviously you didnt think so.

Don't you get it?

Scientists and researchers all over the world are trying to get rid of you. They are preparing for battle to destroy you for good.We are readying our troops too they are called Maddie's Monsters and we will walk to help get you to understand that you are not needed here or wanted.

Mothers and Fathers all over the world are tired of your continous threats that you are going to take our children too young.You have done this before and I know you will do this again.Can't you just leave these kids alone?

So please just take a hint and get the hell out of our lives you were never invited here or anywhere. You are rude and obnoxious and I will keep fighting you til I win and I will win this one.

5 comments:

  1. Well said. My thoughts exactly!

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  2. I wanted to share this article about a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes may also help type 1 diabetics control their blood sugar levels.
    http://www.dailyrx.com/news-article/victoza-may-help-type-1-diabetics-control-blood-glucose-levels-14142.html
    The patients in this study where taking Victoza (liraglutide).

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