What is it about Murphy's law that says you will need something the few moments you don't have it and that is what exactly happened, not to me but a co-worker. I was leaving work Wednesday to get my son and go work out when a co-worker asked me if I had jumper cables. I almost said "why sure I do" but remembered how clean my truck was and the bag of emergency car gear was in the garage. I told her I did not but would ask around and see if anyone else did. Lucky for us another co-worker had a pair in her garage as well but she only lived 2 miles from the office. She headed home and picked them up and we got the car running and on the road in no time. The co-worker with the dead battery kept apologizing about needing our help but I was the one that felt bad because I should have had that in my truck and was to lazy to do it. This is what can happen when we get in a routine and start to let our guard down with diabetes. We always have to be prepared for any emergency at all times and lazy is not an excuse for me or anyone with diabetes.
Yes everyone here is a picture of me wit my Rangers jersey on that my brother bought for me probably eleven years ago. All my co-workers harass me because my jersey is dry cleaned and pressed and I wore a polo t-shirt under it. I am just an old man in this youngins body.