A thank you from a foetus
Mummy I just want to say thank you before I am even born,thank you for fighting for my diagnoses as well as making me who I will be one day. Its all because of you. To Sir Frederick Banting and colleagues how do I say thank you,your hard work and determination saves us on a daily basis. THANK YOU is not enough even in capital letters.
Daddy I can hear your voice and wish to show you my appreciation for working as hard as possible to give me my medication. To the doctor who diagnosed me by smelling my breath and knowing what I had. Thank you
To my unborn sister I know you're not here yet but I just want to thank you in advance for saving my life on multiple occasions as well as giving me a kick up the butt when I need to fight this disease.
My future husband whoever you maybe,I am sorry for all my mood swings I can't help it,its a part of this disease.
To the friends I will make with or without this disease thank you for looking after me and giving me the lift I will need.
To my unborn child I don't know if I will ever have you but my hopes and dreams of being a mother keep me fighting this disease that hasn't got a cure as of yet.
To the future with or without a cure I am fighting and believe that one day there will be a cure.
Just because I have diabetes doesn't mean I don't have a future,I am alive even as a foetus and can already see the joys of my future.
Type 1 diabetic
Nov 26, '13