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What a beautiful post. I also have been overwhelmed by the sense of community here in the Diabetic O.C., after years of diabetic isolation. I am so sorry to hear about your friends who were diagnosed, but I am glad that they have you to do some hand holding and help them through the first crazy months.

I agree with Beth- beautiful post. You eloquently stated the emotions that go along with having someone you know get diagnosed.

You almost perfectly described my own emotions toward my diagnosis.

So eloquently put! I feel just the same. I have had D for 45 years nowand I am doing just fine, but it has always felt so LONELY. It still feels lonely because my diabetes is so dam sensitive,"brittle". Each diabetic is so different, but it sure helps alot to hear about others who are having similar problems. Not that I am happy that others have these problems. It is just a little less lonely.

And so sad that we really do not believe we will one day NOT be diabetic!

What a beautiful post, my friend.

The community here is warm and comforting, like a gathering of people who fought in the same war and have since stopped by for tea. Same war, just different soldiers. There aren't harsh words or cattiness or chaos here on the diabetes blogosphere. We all support one another because we know what it's like to do this every day.

I'll keep that quiet hope for "one day."

Cheers to you today.

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