"I am constantly amased that u and others here were told u'd live to 40. I was told in 73 that I would only live to be 30 maybe. I was 10 at the time I was diagnosed. My daughter was diagnosed in 99 with Type 1 (like her mom) and the Dr said she…"
"Just had my 35 year anniversary since diagnosis. I can tell you I have been where you are and I still go there every once in awhile. When I was diagnosed I took one shot of NPH and peed on a strip to see how much sugar I was spilling. Today I am on…"
aw thankyou, im flattered : ) but dont be so harsh on yourself- you are a great writer as well! Im just a vocabulary dork and I used to read the dictionary when i was little kid. I guess it paid off later in life cause now I know a bunch of cabalistic and random words....like cabalistic. lol
so i read that you like to meditate--just curious, does that help you with your BG #s at all?
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