"It seems to me that police are taser-happy these days. If someone is too drunk to comply with their commands, what good does tasering him do? It just compounds an already difficult situation!
Of course, this is my biggest fear: going hypo out in…"
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Hi Barbara: It's Good to hear from you. Sorry!
I've had the Flu forever...so I'm late.
Ha! You are like us with all the paper work.
Why do you have to go to court? Gee, I'm
Glad that you found the proof that you need
and didn't throw it away also. That usually
helps to win the case.
Is that YOU? Why is your photo way down
below the cats? I thought it was some long
lost 3rd Cousin of yours on your Mother's side,
or something. :D
Well, I always thought that my Sister was
pretty. She is many years older than you
though if that is a recent pic of you.
She loved wearing black t-shirts also. I like
wearing most colours of t's. She had bought
me a red one many years ago with black
lettering that said "Classy Broad" on the front.
As a joke, she also had the Guy put "Tart" in
black lettering on the back. I didn't realize it
was there until my Husband asked, "What's a
Tart"? Smart-A$$! :D I wore it anyways.
hi Barbara - Happy Spring! ooof I wouldn't want to see a pile of all my old syringes, lancets, and misc. it would be a big pile by now, yea?
I am very fortunate with my current medical and prescription coverage - it's the benefit of working for a big company I guess. I have to see what's going to change now for me with the new system, but I don't think much.
Hi Barb yes we do forget about sex here too...I think you have a valid point about doctors some do seem like they know it all..I think instead of being quick to judge I think they should walk a day in our shoes. The highs, the lows and everything in between.
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