By the time my friend Emma picked me up at midday (Emma and I were getting our hair and make-up done for prom together), I had gotten my blood sugar back in range by injecting several correction doses. I never ate anything until prom, and just had one correction dose until 8pm and that kept my blood sugar under control. I was glad about this because it meant that I could enjoy preparing for prom without worrying about my health.
|Me with my best friends from school (don't they look gorgeous!)|
Dinner was lovely. All the tables were mixed so that we sat with people we weren't best friends with, and it allowed us to be a lot more social, and get to know people we normally wouldn't talk to. At dinner I had to inject the insulin for my food in my arm, because I was wearing a full length dress and no where else was accessible, which brought questions in which I was more than happy to answer.
|Sophie, Kirsty and I at dinner|
The night overall was amazing. Everyone, including the teachers who attended, were up dancing together and enjoying themselves, and everyone was mingling as if they were best friends. The end of the night was perfect, with a fitting Scottish song and every single person in the room on the dance floor.
|Me and my art teacher|
|Everyone looked so good!!|
|Me and my friend Trae|
Until Next Time,