Some of you may have noticed that I have mastered the skill of posting both words and images here on my blog. What an Internet Wizardess I've become! Yet another enhancement for which I can thank the diabetes! In any case, I had a rough day yesterday -- involving battery acid on my favorite jeans! and lots of small children covered head-to-toe in homemade "schlud" (schloppy mud, they tell me), and some of those kids weren't even mine!! Needless to say, not my best diabetes control day... So to lighten things up, I went image-surfing under the term "diabetes." This made me smile. I thought you all might have the same reaction (click 'em for larger view):
Diabetes Causes -- explains a lot.
Ah yes, the "D-Juggle"
Diabetes "World Signs" -- lest we forget the various haphazards
Um, don't ask me why this last one was filed under diabetes.
"Not responsible for consequences thereof." :)
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