In response to the continued urging of my dear friends on this site, I am now putting the events in my life for the last 4 or 5 years into a book. My friends have told me how it has encouraged them and taught them a few things about themselves. I want to contribute something positive to this world and look upon this endeavor as one way to help. If it only points out what not to do as a person with diabetes, it will have served the greater good. I hope to move into the final stages of collection soon and am looking forward to the contributions of a Professor Emerita in linguistics who is encouraging me in this venture.

Wish me luck in this endeavor since there are many segments of my efforts floating around cyber Hell. I sure need help in not hitting those mysteriously located keys that send text into the void!! Comments from visitors to my site are definitely appreciated.

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TuD Member Lois since 2009 ?? copied and pasted my message to Lois " Dear Lois , thank you !!...and am I ever looking forward to your published book ...amazing amount of talented PWD on TuD . and you are ONE of them from way back ...happy to be your friend .Don't hold your breath and think your skills will rub off on me :)
However , I will stay tuned for more news ...till next time and all the best for 2013 "

Lois:You go girl!!. Your life story is bursting with tales of tenaciousness combined with a strong ability to rely on hope, honor, and honesty in the face of personal adversity. That will be a great read for anyone.

God bless,
Brunetta

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