At one time, millionaires were the dashing princes. Now, it has to be a billionaire. How long before one is not truly rich until one has at least a trillion?
The doctor made that point as well, and I have been living ever since as if I have active diabetes.
Jimmy must be on vacation this week. Or has someone else already mentioned that? I haven’t been able to check in much this week due to work.
I felt a small twinge of what you describe. I never want to feel that again, but I imagine that I will. We’re growing older.
My doctor had me take the lowest dosage of Metformin for a year, and he then told me that I didn’t need it anymore. I don’t know how long that will last, but I will do my best to make it so for the rest of my life.
As I told my doctor, God spoke to me through him, and I listened and acted.
My wife and I met when we were 16 and juniors in high school. Some high school romances do last, as you well know.
That truly chilled me to the bone. My wife has already a mass (thankfully benign) removed from her left breast.
I’m very sorry to hear that. I hope that you are feeling a little better as time passes.
My doctor diagnosed me with Type Two on 02.19.15. I’m one of the lucky ones. As long as I keep my weight down, eat in a healthy fashion, and exercise, I will not need medication for the foreseeable future. I like being non-diabetic for all intents and purposes, but I truly miss eating the foods that I used to enjoy on a daily basis.
“There you are” is not quite as bad as “We have to talk,” but it can still chill you to the bone.