The Moment

So I have realized my posts lately have been negative.

And since I don’t like to feel like Negative Nancy I am making this post a positive one.

So I am going to tell you about the moment I knew my love for my BF was the real deal.

I’m diabetic.

And we diabetics have this nasty habit of having low blood sugars.

If it goes too low, we go into a fit of seizures and if no one is around to save us, eventually a coma.

One fateful evening, I was super tired and had to go to bed early to get up early to drive to Duluth with the fam.

I must have mixed up my insulin types and given myself 30 units of fast acting insulin.

That’s 25 units too much folks.

Well my alarm goes off and I feel sort of funny but don’t think anything of it.

Get out of bed and the next thing I know is…

I’m in the back of an ambulance.

Now some people might have asked,

“Where am I?”


“What’s going on?”

Not me.

The first thing I asked was,

“Where’s my BF?”

And then I remember looking out the windows and seeing his black mustang following dangerously close to the ambulance.

I immediately knew everything was going to be ok and promptly passed out again.

My BF saved my life that day.

He heard me gurgling out in the living room and called 911.

So without my BF, I would not be here blogging with my wonderful WP friends.

And looking back, I realize that I have never felt that intense of an emotion when I awoke in the ambulance wondering where the hell he was.

And now, I’m taking him to Vegas tomorrow!

I’m super excited!

Yet super nervous.

Flying makes me nervous.

It will be my third time on an airplane and if I could get there by driving…I would.

Well technically I could drive there…but it would take too long.

I went to Oregon a few years back and never again.

It was fun…

But very cramped and very long.

It will be an adventure that’s for sure!

Testing the relationship…

Taking it to new levels…

Aaaannnd I’m ready!!!!!

Bring on the stress induced fights…

And the make-up sex.

Bring on the sensory overload…

And the comforting hand-holding afterwards.

Bring on the crowds…

And the moments of silence.

And bring on the strengthening of the relationship bond.


I guess winning some money wouldn’t hurt either…

Or a new tattoo from Vince Neil…

Or running into Matthew Gray Gubler….


“See” all of you lovelies Monday!


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17 Responses to The Moment

  1. Java Girl says:

    Have a great weekend! I have never been there, but perhaps one day!:)

    • You must travel there one of these days! It’s great! Although I have only lived in two smallish towns in my life so going to this big city was quite a change! And lots to to do!

  2. sparklebumps says:

    Aww, I love your BF for saving you too, because otherwise we wouldn’t be friends! Have an awesome time in Vegas, Love!

  3. Gillian Colbert says:

    My guy is a diabetic, good thing your BF was there for you its a hard disease to live with.

    • I’ve had it since I was 2 1/2 and I’m used to it for the most part…except these little blips in the road. I commend you on staying with someone who is diabetic. I’ve had a few guys run in the opposite direction after I told them…

  4. Great post. Have a wonderful trip! 🙂

  5. What a POSITIVE post! He sounds great! Enjoy Vegas … Cirque du Soliel’s “O” is the best show in town!

  6. Posky says:

    I still support your right to be negative.

    But, you’re right, being positive feels better.

  7. Bryan Lewis says:

    This was a wonderful story. I am glad that he was there to help you.

    I went to Vegas last month for the first time…I love that place!

    • So much to do!! I will be posting my adventures hopefully later today or tomorrow. Did you see any shows while you were there?

      • Bryan Lewis says:

        Naw, I didn’t go for the greatness…I went to help someone move. I got to go into some casino’s though. I gambled $80 and won back $40…I was like “give me my other damn 40 back…I am not much of a gambler. I loved the weather and the vibe….oh my new blog is

        I keep changing it because I am trying to find my groove…I know it is frustrating…but I am glad you are stable in blog world. I love this blog.

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