On this page, you will find all the resources that I have collected for diabetics and friends/family of diabetics.
- Chocolate Marble Vanilla Cheesecake Diabetic Recipe
- Banana Bread Diabetic Recipe
- Cinnamon Pumpkin Torte Diabetic Recipe
- Top 5 Diabetic Memes
- Type 1 Diabetic Memes
- Diabetes I Hate You
- Top Ten Diabetic Recipe
- Diabetic Triggers
- Top Seven Gifts For Diabetics
- Diabetes StumbleUpon
- Diabetes Inspirational Quotes
- Diabetes Supplies
Diabetes Sure Isn't For Wimps
- A Diabetic walks into a bakery (Tim Horton's, Star Bucks etc) and asks the guy behind the counter, “What do you have that is safe for diabetics?”
The Baker says, “Everything. As long as you don’t put it in your mouth.”
As the salesman was just about to close the shop two very excited diabetics (Kelly and Brian) came running in the door!
“Wow, is that sign for real?” asks Kelly.
“Which sign?” Asks the salesman
“Hello? The one on the front of your window!” replies Brian.
“Well of course” said the salesman.
“WE’LL TAKE TWO PLEASE! One for each of us!!!” they shout in unison.
“What do you want?” inquired the salesman.
“A Functioning Pancreas!” exclaims Kelly.
“But this is a music store!!!” Says the salesman.
A look of confusion falls upon everyone’s face.
Brian sheepishly replies, “But the sign says ‘Organ’s for sale.’”
- A young man wearing a cowboy hat, jeans and a beat up pair of boots shows up a support group for diabetic women.
The ladies take note of his presence, but don't ask him to leave.
Everyone goes around taking turns talking about when they were diagnosed what type they are and any tips they have for the newcomers for staying strong in the face of this disease.
Finally one of the women's curiosity gets the best of her and she speaks to the young man.
"Young man, do you realize that you are at a Support Group for Diabetic Women?"
"Yes ma'am I do" he responds politely tipping his hat.
"Do you mind if I ask why you are here?"
"Well ma'am, I just moved here to the city and my momma told me that I should make sure to settle down and find myself a real sweet woman. Way I figure it, there are lots of sweet women here."
A nurse at my hospital received a call from an anxious woman.
"I'm diabetic and I'm afraid I've had too much sugar today," she said.
"Are you light-headed? " my colleague asked.
"No," the caller answered, "I'm a brunette".
Can't Fix Diabetes
Diabetes Shouldn't Be A Life Sentence