A Holiday Season Wish List … Virtual Hugs ((H))’s – December 2010

By MAYS Latest Reply 2010-12-08 18:13:06 -0600
Started 2010-12-02 13:25:55 -0600

During this holiday season, I would like to take some time out to prepare my wish list.

I wish that …

My diabetes would go away for good.

I didn’t have to take insulin injections, or medications to control my diabetes.

My body would respond, and act, as it should so that I wouldn’t have diabetes.

The complications associated with diabetes were non-existent within my body.

My test results would come back positive all the time, (progress wise).

My loved one’s wouldn’t worry about my health at times, more than I do.

After reviewing my list, I have realized that I have been very, very selfish concerning my wishes, so I would like to add three more wishes to my list that should be placed at the very top:

I wish the medical field success in finding a cure for diabetes, and other chronic diseases, so that others will never have to experience them!

I wish every diabetic success in managing their diabetes!

And most importantly,

I would like to wish each, and every “Diabetic Connect Family Member” a Safe, Joyous, and Love filled, Holiday Season!



What’s on your “Wish List”?


6 replies

Two painful feet
Two painful feet 2010-12-04 18:16:51 -0600 Report

Thaank you Mays for the wishes. It would be wonderful to hear that the scientists have found a cure for diabetis. I'm wishing you a very happy and Merry
Your Friend

MAYS 2010-12-08 18:13:06 -0600 Report


I would sacrifice all, if it would help just one person avoid becoming diabetic.
I wish you, and your family, a very Merry Christmas!

Your Friend

alanbossman 2010-12-03 21:00:17 -0600 Report

Thanks Mays, I agree with your wish list and I would add one more and that is to be around long enough to see my grandchildren get in to high school and graduate that would make me very happy. Have a Happy Holidays to you and yours. May the New Year bring a great year for everyone.

MAYS 2010-12-08 18:07:42 -0600 Report

Alan, "Thank you," very much!
I agree with you about being around long enough to see the grandchildren graduate.

Continue doing what needs to be done, and cherish every moment, in the end, life is all about being happy, family and love are both a big part of this happiness.

Happy Holidays to you, and your family, let's make the New Year as beautiful as we possibly can, together!


Lisa07 2010-12-02 14:29:21 -0600 Report

Happy Holidays to you and your family. My list is not as long as yours. I just hope i will be more healthy next year try to stick to my diet and exercise. I guess loose some weight and take less meds. Spend more time with my family. Thank you so much for your kind effort. Have a great day:-)

MAYS 2010-12-02 15:01:06 -0600 Report

Thank you!
Stay focused on your health, and everything else will fall in place.
As your health improves, the need for the medications will decrease.
You can do it, I know that you can!