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Like you say - funny how context or perspective changes things so much. Pretty neat when you think about it.

I also think it's interesting that because the technology you were using (shots) was not capable of matching the needs of your body, you felt like a "bad diabetic". I mean, talk about something that is totally not your fault, but yet you almost can't help but feel that way!

I wonder what we will look back on in 5 years. 10 years?

I'm not sure, but I do know that I look forward to looking back! :-)

I had such a similar leap to pump therapy that while reading your post, I had to remind myself that it wasn't one of my own.

That, and you and I have the exact same pump.

You don't have a small, gray, annoying cat named Siah Sausage, do you? That would completely freak me out. ;)

Well, no on that particular kitty, though strangely enough, I have always wanted a gray cat. Hm! (Don't tell my tabby Pearl)

Isn't technology grand sometimes? I'm still in that gushy stage of realizing that there are others out there who actually know what I'm talking about. Both the pump and the internet have made my life with diabetes a whole lot better!

And when I think about the next 5-10 years, my gut says that probably we'll see more technological advances that will make our lives better vs. the total cure. But hopefully I'll be wrong. In the meantime, it's great knowing that there are wonderful people out there who know of what I speak. Thanks.

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