Yesterday my daughter Rahab found one of my old journals. It was the one that I started after I was told that I had diabetes. At this time I was in the 3rd grade. As we read through it we both got some laughs from it. I also finally saw why my husband and I was having running matches with Ray. I thought I would share some of my entries.
Oh, KittieC, how funny. I used to try to hide the really nasty tasting cough medicine when I was a kid. I nearly got away with it once. She jumped out of the closet and got you down? I really wish I could have been a fly on the wall for that.
Pete I used to hide the cough medicine too. One time I put in the sugar container. Mom could not find it for weeks. She did. It was like looking at a lion going after its meal. After it was done I was just sitting there on the floor with my mouth open thinking to myself I know this did not just happen.
Kit this was just the right amount of funny. Were all your entries like this?
Danny, it has not worked out yet. I still have it 20 years later. I was 9. It was nice and funny to read my old writings. Thanks for reading.
Love it… So very funny. lol Thanks for sharing this. I really needed a smile.
Missy: Some of them are.We just read one that had me in tears.
The Diabetic Welfare Queen: Thanks for taking the time to read my blog. I have more that I can share. If you need another smile.
I wish my daughter had kept a journal so I knew how she felt about her diagnosis at age 6. I was 19 when I was diagnosed and I could have probably benefited from a journal as well. Thanks for sharing.
Useddys thanks for reading and commenting. I know for me now writing in my journal helps especially when my diabetes is giving me a hard day. My daughter has a journal and she tells me that writing in it helps her to explain how she feels.
Pete more is to come. Promise.
Awwww How your mama loves you! And your dad “don’t make me come in there” then he did anyway lol what loving parents you have! Bet you hated it! Will be interested in more foe sure
Knorris I did hate it then. But looking back on it now I love them for it. There is more to read here.