Well, I finally got round to posting something. I gotta be brief/quick. Life has been hectic. Business and personal problems colliding along with many other dilemmas, some more trival than others.
Diabetes wise - I've been putting on weight - yay I guess. Been having eye checkups, cause it looks like I might need a bit of laser treatment at some point. But the main bit of news is that I'm considering going on the insulin pump. To be honest I'm quite scared, but when considering that it'll probably give me better control = better/longer life, I don't feel I got really much of a choice (and in some ways preper not to). I guess there's this litltle part of me that's sulking - After many years being told you need to have injections like so for the rest of your life, finally only now have I accepted it properly and do them, and now be told a whole new treatment. I'm not complaing about advnces in medicine/technology - just bummed that after having struggled so along with my diabetes and feeling like I might be beginning to get a grip on it, it all changes. I guess the best way I can look at it is, what I learnt/been told has at least got me to here. Without it, I wouldn't have manged to now have the chance at this pump.
So would it mean that I'll be turning into a cyborb then?