Thanks for the welcome. Taking a bit to get used to this site. Most places have an 'Introduction' thread. You join and then go introduce yourself to the forum and tell a bit about yourself. Was surprised how I had to 'apply'for acceptance here and that it actually took a couple days to get approved. Then all of a sudden get welcomes right off the get go. :)
But finding to be a nice place and interesting also. Saw this place along with blogs from other places on the Diabetes Daily site and decided to check it out. Very nice. Like how the information is setup also. The various places that this site goes to and the extremes it goes through to provide valid information. I was talking to an individual from the other site in an email and telling her about joining this place also. Just hope not to see a bunch of 'catfights' and things like that here as with some other places. Can get down right nasty at times. Know what I mean? Again, thanks for the welcome.
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