I was curious what my sugar was going to be especially after going through Christmas, I went nuts this year with cookies and candy making. As mentioned in my other post 'Did You Know...' I have been taking Cinnamon Tablets and I was curious if it worked for me. My sugar count went down to 111 which is still too high but that is 14 points lower than what it was. Before it was 1 point shy of being considered diabetic. So we are going to monitor it and check it again in 6 months. I think with the tablets and not having cookies and candy it will be in the normal range. No telling what it would of been if I had not taken the Cinnamon tablets. Thank you Jesus!
Everything else was great! I was mentioning some concerns I had, And then he mentioned At Your Age... He could of went all day without saying those three little words!
I have a confession to make, first of all age has never ever bothered me however some how that has changed. I think it started back in December of 2011, my mom's sister passed away. She was the last Aunt left. No more uncles or Aunts on either side. She was pretty special to me, her name was Aunt Maxine. She was like my 2nd mom. A very special lady.
Her being the last one of their generation meant my cousins and I were it. We were part of the older generation now. You know the generation that kids look up to or make fun of whichever the case. :) The ones that the younger ones come to with problems or to ask how things were when they were kids. When I started researching genealogy I started asking my aunt a lot of questions because my mom had already passed away. And for the most part she answered all of them. It is just hard to believe we are that generation now. My mom was one year younger than me when I graduated high school and I can remember thinking she was so old... It's hard to believe I am now that same age. At times I do not feel that old and then I look in a mirror and I think...At Your Age...
' Now also when I am old and greyheaded, O God, forsake me not; until I have shewed thy strength unto this generation, and thy power to every one that is to come.' Psalm 71:18
until next time...nel