One Month

Today my daughter said ‘It’s been a month.’ 

Hard to believe and yet we are still just so fresh and so new to everything.  We have sought out support (blogging, the DOC and attended the JDRF walk) but still sometimes it feels very alien and lonely.  She is such a trooper with everything and yet I still feel like I am waiting for … something? 

I just want to wake up and all this be a nightmare and not real. 

One month later it’s setting in that that will not happen. 

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4 thoughts on “One Month

  1. Diabetes may not be going away any time soon, but I can promise you that soon it won’t feel like such a nightmare. It will just be a part of your lives. Maybe not a part you’ll ever be glad about, but not a nightmare part either. You will be okay, I promise you!! And I promise you are not alone.

  2. You are not alone and some days (11 years later) still suck, but slowly and surely the good days will outnumber the bad. And you are not alone – there are so many of us here with you.

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