I hate not being able to remember if I took my insulin shot or not


My sugar has dropped 3 times tonight and it’s barely going to be 5am.

The one night I actually fell asleep early I get disturbed. Yay~

The day I got that horrible call telling me I had diabetes.

I’m editing my diabetes video with my blood sugar being high as fuck.

This is gr8.

For the past 3 days I’ve been waking up with my blood sugar being 450+

Ummmm, wtf?!

Anonymous asked:
Any chance you'll be posting ur diabetes diagnosis video? xx

I still need to record it omg I’m like totes camera shyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Anonymous asked:
Are you almost posting up your diabetes video? xx :))

Ahhhh, I’ll try to do it tomorrow if I wake up early but its 1am so im probably going to sleep at like 4am, but we’ll see!

I’m sorrrrrrrrrrry lol. but what do you want me to talk about exactly?

Help my sister reach her goal for the 2012 Walk To Cure Diabetes





Four years ago today, I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.

What a coincidence that I get my first low in a month while watching steel magnolias…..

Every time I inject insulin it fucking hurts now. Feels like an electric shock is being sent through my whole body for a good 5 seconds.

I’m not exaggerating.

As much as I like following other diabetics… I hate it.

There’s a couple of people that complain about how their numbers are shit and they can never get control but yet they stay eating shit that isnt good for them.

Then there’s others that dont take their insulin because it makes them gain weight.

I’m not saying I’m a perfect diabetic, I dont remember when the last time I checked my sugar was but I know my body, I know how I feel when I’m high. I take my insulin when I’m supposed to.

If you’d rather feel like shit and be skinny then go right ahead but let me tell you, having normal blood sugars is the best feeling in the world. You have energy to do everything and you dont have to take a fucking piss every 3 minutes.

It’s hard work but it’s fucking worth it.

Oh, and coming from a diabetic without insurance…. take advantage of getting insulin at a low cost…. you’ll regret taking that insulin for granted.

This October will be 4 years with diabetes. It’s whatever really, I just wish I had insurance lol. I have 3.42 units of insulin left in my pump and this is the last day with my pump then its on to insulin pens. These past four years I’ve only gained like 25 pounds and it depresses me because I’m still like 20 pounds undeweight.

Sad story mayne.

I can feel all the sugar from those donuts affect me already..

I’ve been a bad diabetic lately.


This whole not having health insurance really sucks. I ran out of pump supplies so now I have to take lantus and I’m just not used to that anymore. Some night I just flat out forget to inject lantus…..

I don’t even know what to do anymore.