I am part of the Welcome Committee and was just checking in on you to make sure you are aware of all that TuDiabetes has to offer. We would love to hear from you so here is a helpful link where you can read about all the things you can do in the community.
Dear Debbie, welcome from a insulin-dependent since 1977, and are you up to a challenge. I am asking insulin users worldwide, to join me,in silence, JULY 30, and give THANKS for BANTING & BEST, discovering INSULIN, July 30 1921, here in TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, giving hundreds of millions of us a healthy lifestyle. Can you make a diabetic cake with the wording INSULIN APPRECIATION DAY. It could be a fundraiser.Part of the funds could be split for your local charity you support, and www.restorethebantinghomestead, com. BLUE ROSES woud be the flower used as the border. AMIGO uses this BLUE ROSE, as our mission because one of its meanings is 'ATTAINING THE IMPOSSIBLE. Use AMIGOKIT, As a networking plan for a local social group for diabetics. Call 5 diabetics, EVERYDAY, I serves 2 purposes, making someone's DAY, also could SAVE A LIFE, ask each person to call 5 diabetics, an so on. I am 91 years and still trailblazing as a ROLE MODEL, who walks thewalk and talk the talk, and they believe me because I act like a younger person on a mission AMIGOKIT Keep In Touch, email@example.com
I don't do sugar-free. Seems weird for a diabetic, but basically, when it comes to carbs (which is what I count), the sugar free and the regular are around the same. And the regular just plain tastes better.
The only sugar-free stuff I have in my fridge is jello and diet drinks. :)
Hi. Welcome to TuDiabetes. I love your cakes. I'm a decorator myself. Have you discovered CakeCentral.com? Fantastic website. It's the place I get most of my inspiration. There is at least one other cake person on here that I know of; now you make 2! :)
I hope you enjoy the site. Let me know if I can answer any questions for you.
Hello and Welcome to the TuDiabetes family. We are glad you joined! I see your Sis is a new member too! That's awesome! You've joined a great community full of information, friendship and support. Please feel free to make yourself at home.
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