Way back in the early ages (the 80’s), we bought our first computer, an Apple IIe. Two young boys and games (Space Invaders & Gertrude’s Secrets & more…) and fun. But one of them wanted to know more. So we bought some programming books (really simple ones) and developed a few really simple games/routines for the Apple.
First thing to learn was “If – Then.”
If-Then Statements: An if-then statement is just what the name says it is. It is a statement that proves if something happens then something else will happen.
I’ve thought about that “if-then” stuff as it regards diabetes. And you know what?
Diabetes doesn’t follow the if-then rules.
If you eat nutritious, healthy food, then your BG will be normal. Not always…
If you inject/pump your insulin according to the carb count, then your BG will be normal. Not always…
If you exercise regularly, then your BG will be normal. Yeah, not always…
If you find friends in the DOC world, then you will know you’re d-normal in spite of your ups and downs and all-arounds.
If you need a d-friend, then visit any d-blog. You will find a friend.
And to add to our weekend fun – one son was visiting Minneapolis but south of that tornado. Other son was driving through Joplin, one hour after their tornado.
Gray hair, what gray hair?
If you have children, then you will worry.