2008 was indeed a great year for us. We smile as we look back at happy moments, victories and success no matter how small. We relish life and all its struggles. Let's forget the unpleasant times and thank the lord for giving us new mornings and better tomorrows. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Be Well.
Welcome to our family. It is great to have you join us. We are a very caring and supportive community and i hope you find what you are looking for here. We have a lot of forums and groups that can provide information and help for just about anything you can ask. It looks like you have already been finding your way around and that is excellent. We have a lot of discussions that have been going on for a long timie too. Check those out as welll and see if you find anything interesting.
I see you have joined the I-Port users. How do you like yours? I am still using MDI's and had thought about an I-Port but have since followed my doc's suggestion and have the paperwork in now waiting for my pump. I had dragged my feet for quite a while not wanting to change the shots. I haven't got a good answer for taking a while to say yes to the pump. Now that i have it set in motion I am impatient for it to get here. It looks like you really have your diabetes under good control. How are you feeling?
It is reallly nice to have you with us. Is that your wife in the picture with you? Please tell her hello for me. And let her know she can add her thoughts on your site as well. We will look forward to hearing from you all
I wish you well.
Hi, Lee....Welcome to the i-port users group. Like many things with diabetes, there is some trial and error about what is the best place for an i-port and I have found that different places work better for different people. I wear mine on my stomach about two inches below my waistline. I have also put one above my waist and on my thigh. But...I keep coming back to the spots just below the waistline. That seems to work best for me.
So you have heard of Giving Tuesday, right? Maybe you have seen the hashtag: #GivingTuesday. If you are like me, confused by all of the messages pointing in different directions floating around social media, you may be wondering, “What is Read on! →
Last Thursday was November 14, 2013, the day we commemorated the birthday of Frederick Banting. Thanks to him we have insulin today. Early that day the International Diabetes Federation released updated statistics for diabetes worldwide, as part of their update Read on! →