Finals are finished, but they definitely threw in a couple highs and lows to make Type One that much more . . . enjoyable.
Now I get three weeks of staying home, enjoying break, and being with my family.
At the end of 2013, I am completely amazed at the past year! So much has transpired that I can't believe it has only been one year. I feel as though I have had Type One my whole life. While reflecting on some of our past family photos, I find it difficult to recall whether I had T1 at the time the photo was taken or not.
Here at Christmas time, I don't think I could even imagine life without the amazing support team I have in the Type One Trio and my family!
I am so thankful for my faith, family, and insulin. Without any of these elements, I wouldn't be able to survive.
Yet, most importantly, I thank God for my His uncomprehending love in sending His Son to earth so long ago. That's the real reason we celebrate Christmas!
Merry Christmas! ! !
On a funny note here is Jingle Bells (Type One Style) . . . it sums up a low very well.