Diabetic Cyborg Life 12/31: Year in Review 2022 Pt. 2

Adam, The Diabetic Cyborg
2 min readDec 31, 2022
Something many believed would never happen did, twice in 2022. (Pro Photo)

… Year 2022 showed me that I can indeed safely fly to meet and marry my wife in Bangladesh as I did in January of this year. Naysayers, haters, doubters, enemies, and kidnappers be d@mned! I also returned in October for a whole month.

Honestly, I only returned for health reasons and doctor appointments, otherwise, I would’ve stayed with until her visa was done and flown back to Texas with her. The whole only having intermittent catchers for a month at a time ran interference on the staying over a month. Not to mention I’d lose my social security disability if I did stay for too long.

Nevertheless, I did what many sore I could never do and that means a lot to a disabled guy with multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease. Not to mention the chronic Lyme disease that made those conditions happen.

That is not a medical opinion, and I am just a patient, so take that for what it’s worth.

Seeing her twice and spending a month there was no doubt the best thing that happened to me in 2022.

Then, getting Fatema, my wife, here safe in 2023 is and will always be the best, most productive, and thing that gives me peace and happiness that I could ever do!

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Adam, The Diabetic Cyborg

Muslim, Swifty, Optimist, US/Af.Am. History Instructor. Conscientious objector. Happily 💍 since 10/6/21 & 1/17/22. Here since 2016