i’m pulling out my old books and some new ones as i delve back in to the kind of diabetes research that stimulates my need-to-do-good faculties.
reading and reading:
remembering not to ruminate
to find meaning
to seek benefit
to stress less
to write more.
this morning has been an explosion of epiphany in the sound of this:
amidst these reminders and this charming song, something fabulous happened:
my mind wandered,
and i went on facebook.
there, many diabetes friends posting their written works, their stories and tales, predictions and art.
like and arrow to the chest, it hit me. i hadn’t read diabetes blogs in forevs and i needed to pick back up on that right now. this instant. right now, right now.
so i did and i am and i’m feeling more relief than i have since i drove away from my home base of six years to make home anew.
so thank you DOC, for feeding me right when i needed to be fed. for being alive and welcoming regardless of time or place. for doing what you do.
i’m jumping back on the DOC train. checkin-in.
more to come. asap (pronounced as a word, not an acronym).
thank you to chris for suggesting that today be a check in day (#dblogcheck). i’ll be more than a lurker today.