In Vlog #5, I share Halloween well wishes to the DOC…as well as a frightening tale fit for the season. You won’t want to miss this spooky little video. You’ve been warned!!! Press play now and let me know what you think by leaving a comment.
(Yes, the “boos and ghouls” is a cheesy take on “boy and girls”…I have a goofy sense of humor, what can I say?!)
Happy Halloween! Just a friendly post to say: Yes, people with T1D can enjoy Halloween. Whether they choose to eat candies or stay away from them, there’s haunted happenings of all varieties that they can partake in. Here’s a little glimpse at what I did today to celebrate:
- I dressed up as Belle from Beauty and the Beast! I love all things related to Disney, so I happily donned this costume to work today.
- Speaking of work, we had a small Halloween celebration in the office! Pictured are several of the sweets we offered throughout the day. We also did a “spooky” scavenger hunt and had a costume parade, both of which were as awesome and fun as they sound!
- I also baked cupcakes for my coworkers! I didn’t eat any (I wanted to save my insulin for a few Reese’s cups, instead – they’re my favorite), but I had a blast baking these and using fondant to create some festive designs.
It doesn’t matter if you’re low-carb, sugar free, T1D, or none of those things – Halloween is for everyone to make whatever they want out of it! With that said…
Have a SPOOK–tacular day, readers!!!