Does anybody out there actually use Google AdSense with their blog, and do they find it's worth it? I'm just curious. It looks tempting every time I see that little Sign Up Now button.
My pump is buzzing away in my pocket, as if to say, FEEED ME. FEEED ME, Seymour! I am not a fan of the at-work site change, but I woke up a little late this morning, so I didn't have time to do it there. Guess I'll attend to that shortly.
I came to a realization this weekend. I think the anniversary of my diagnosis was sometime last week. It seems odd to me that I can't give you an exact date. So many of you with diabetes out there know the exact date, the time, and all the details of going to the hospital. When I was diagnosed, I was going into ketoacidosis. I was 8 years old, and I remember it must have been a weekday, because my parents whisked me off to my pediatrician because I couldn't breathe, and I remember being in his office. Then I remember being taken into the hospital, then it's fuzzy, then I remember staring at some dirty ceiling tiles while some doctors cut open my ankle to start an IV. I was dehydrated. My blood sugar was 700, I think. There are other things I can remember, but they are probably for a more serious post for a more serious time. Here's to more healthy d-anniversaries, and eventually, NO D-Anniversaries, because all this will be cured for all of us.
In the meantime, now the happy stuff! It's Nicole's birthday! Wish her a happy one if you know her! Many curious returns! And if any of you are wondering, I found this picture here. It's about what to do when you're a kid and someone in your family has diabetes.)