So Helpless!

I’ve been going through some serious withdrawal symptoms the past week.

Sunday night I dropped my beloved iPhone in the twa-lay, getting it all wet (clean water, just flushed), and turning it into a very expensive paperweight.

Then Monday It was very hard coming back to work (sans iPhone) after such an incredible time with G-Money, and all of the fabulous meet-ups we had.

Tuesday we ran into some internet connection issues at home, so I was completely cut off there.

I do have limited connectivity from work, but, I’m WORKING there and don’t have much time to goof around on the ‘net.  Plus, there are all kinds of no fun I.T. group filters that limit what I can do (like check my e-mail and twitter stuff).

I swear you guys, I was moping around with a nervous tick because I couldn’t get my fix of the diabetes online community!  It was awful.  I couldn’t decide which was worse, breaking my iPhone or not being able to communicate with anyone!

I bit the bullet yesterday and replaced my iPhone, so I’m slowly patching my life back together through that.  I’m hoping our home internet issues will be resolved soon, because I just can’t type as fast as Cherise does on the iPhone (I’m working on it though).  I need a full keyboard to really do my thing.

I have a busy weekend ahead, complete with coffee tomorrow morning with some of the Diabetes Daily locals (if you’re around, come join us!).  I always enjoy myself, and am really looking forward to it.

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Scott K. Johnson

Patient voice, speaker, writer, advocate. Living life with diabetes and telling my story. Patient Success Manager, USA for mySugr (All opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent the position of my employer).

Diagnosed in April of 1980, I recognize the incredible mental struggle of living with diabetes. Read more…