My one hundredth post: A thank you

Here I am it is my one hundredth post.  I wanted to take this moment to be thankful.  I am thankful to my family and friends whose support throughout this endeavor has made it a lot easier.  Without you, I do not know if this journey would be possible.

I want to thank the doctors who have been there for me every step of the way.  You have made me a new person.  I may not actually be bad diabetic anymore, but I love the title of the blog so I will not be changing it anytime soon.  She will never see this, but I have to thank the love I lost who figuratively slapped me in the face and made me realize just how important my health is.  It still hurts sometimes but I am doing my best to move forward.

I need to thank our Chicagonow leader, Jimmy Greenfield who saw that my story needed a home and reached out to me.  I never felt so home on a blog site before.  I also want to thank my fellow Chicagonow bloggers, it is such a beautiful community and have made so many good friends.  Your talents are amazing and make this blog the work of art it is.

Lastly, but not leastly, yes I know that is not a word but I think it has a nice ring to it.  I was to thank you, the reader.  You have become a part of my journey and these words only begin to show you my appreciation.

To all of you, I can never fully show you how much I appreciate you.  I love you all so much.  I look forward to the rest of the journey and I hope you look forward to sharing it with me.



The bad diabetic, Patrick O’Hara

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Tags: diabetes, diabetic, type1, type2


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