"Actually, after one piece of cake or pizza I am done (lol). I've never had a big appetite. That and my mom was always super health conscious. So splurging on sweets has never been a love of mine. I guess that is why finding out about my…"
"NORMAL (sane) people DO NOT EAT the WHOLE flipping cake!!!
You CAN go to a pizza restaurant with you friends, and EAT a slice, or yes two, three.
You will be conscious, aware of what you eat, in ways they are not. Diabetic math. But unlike them you…"
"What in the world is "normal" about eating a whole cake? At my age, 66, I eat a lot better than my non-diabetic friends who have other problems. On my low carb diet, I get butter, avocados, eggs and bacon. Many of my friends are on low fat…"
"Mee too. I was counting carbs and not indulging in cakes and buns before Dx, but now the only thing I am thinking of is cakes, cakes cakes!!! I live in Sweden and here it is crazy concept of fika -there you go and hang out with friends in coffee…"
"ya! holy week is coming and im thinking im going to have to bolus blindly for some of the bread, milk, honey goodness. it will probably be a nightmare but maybe ill bolus, then start walking and eating at the same time...."
"I laughed at the part about your sister in law, spirit. My family was planning a get together at an Italian restaurant and my nephew reassured me: "They have really good gourmet vegetarian pizza for you, Zoe." It's like they can only…"
"I just wanted to talk (OT) about Community. That episode (season 1, episode 3, "Introduction to Film") is brilliant. John Michael Higgins is a blast as the Dead Poets side-gag. But the main theme was Abed's documentary, and the tidbit…"
"One of the most brilliant moments in Season 1 of Community: John Michael Higgins doing the Dead Poets Society parody, "I SHALL HAVE A BIRTHDAY CAKE!": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-s2tLbqlOc
As Wayne Jarvis on Arrested Development, it…"
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