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Practice makes near perfect at bedtime

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If you could take a vacation from your diabetes what would you do?
Eat carbs/desserts with abandon.
 
Ditch the usual exercise for risky sports.
 
Wear the fun fashions I typically avoid.
 
Walk barefoot on the beach or anywhere!
 
Sleep as long as I wanted without worrying about a low.
 
Go to Disney World - without any meters, meds, or worries.
 
I have something else in mind.
 
Some or all of the above.
 

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