They say diabetes is an invisible disease. But it isn’t for the person living with it. Because we can see the bumps and bruises caused by injections and cannulas. We can see the holes and black dots on the tips of our fingers. We can see the way our skin pales when we have a hypo, and the way we look like crap when we have hyper’s. We see the brutal reality of our disease. So diabetes is not invisible. It’s incredibly prominate and obvious for the person living with it.