Snapshots.

Diabetes Blog Week is almost over!  Day 6 = Today is the only day I’ve brought back a fun topic from last year.  Inspired by the Diabetes 365 project, let’s snap a few more d-related pictures and share them again.  Post as many or as few as you’d like.  Be creative!  Feel free to blog your thoughts on or explanations of your pictures.  Or leave out the written words and let the pictures speak for themselves.

I like taking pictures.  Generally speaking.  So when I had to share some snapshots of diabetes, I was all for it! 😉  Here are some more recent pictures that I’ve taken that depicts life with diabetes.  And please don’t mind if they’re not of the best quality pictures … most (if not all) of these were taken with my iPhone.

This one is of my nightstand.  It always has my meter, flashlight and juice box there for the overnight BG checks and lows. (note from the photographer: my juice boxes are always Juicy Juice but I ran out last week and had to make an emergency run and they only had Apple & Eve.  Not that it really matters, really.)

This is all of my diabetes supplies.  Yes I have A LOT.  Luckily in our new(ish) place, they fit nicely in the corner of the bedroom, out of the way.

This is a good day.

This is what unclear looks like.

This is what scary looks like.

And this is a matching moment. I love these.


3 thoughts on “Snapshots.

  1. We just started using the apple juice for lows in the middle of the night! The 25 carbs keeps the Dexcom from “quacking” again in about 3 hours. LOL
    That middle of the night stuff wears us both out. Thanks for all you share with all of us!

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