“Summer-Sun always brings not only gleams of warmth and happiness but also gleams of hope. Hope that everything is going to be OK, that world and people in it are becoming better with each coming day and won’t change our beauty-Earth into ugly-fumy-terrible-disaster... and what is most important that something cures my mom from diabetes. I know, I know that insulin injections can help her blood, Diabetic-md can help her skin, antibiotics can help her body to go through this but none of these can turn her back into the normal lifestyle she had and into a gay awesome person she was…
I wish those sunshine rays bring hope and inspiration to a genius doctor who will do that magic trick and will get that naughty insulin, who escaped, back to my mom’s blood.”

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Comment by Mrs Apple on July 8, 2010 at 11:39am
You are right not all the medicine in the world can make us ever be the same. But like you I hold faith that some genius doctor will find a cure. Be there for her that is the best medicine !!!

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