I am really happy we’ve learned to be friends. I hope you feel the same change in our relationship, I’ve given you new priority in my life and spend much more time thinking about and entertaining you. I am sorry I neglected you for so long. As is so often the case, I took you for granted and expected that you’d be there, waiting for me.
So, here we are, we’ve had a really rough couple of years; last year especially. You introduced me to mortality then you seemed to abandon me. It was really very frightening. I didn’t really like looking her in the eye. . .but, I stared her down and she turned away. Whew!
I’m still living with Diabetes. At first, I thought D was going to be the worst roommate EVER! But, we’ve come to an understanding and now, D only gets rowdy in the evenings, and sometimes in the middle of the night D gets so low. . .but, I give D some sugar and all is well by morning.
Cancer didn’t move in. We all knew that relationship wouldn’t last long. I finally kicked ’em to the curb. . .I haven’t heard anything in a year now and that’s just fine with me.
Again, thank you for coming back and being my constant companion. I couldn’t accomplish the things I have planned without you. I need you to stay strong, so I try to make sure you have everything you need. Please let me know if I need to change my diet, exercise or anything else in order to keep you happy. I’m willing to change anything, except, I won’t let you go again.
Much love, Babs