"hi Pete, how's everything going? what are you up to these days? I just wanted to stop by to see if you've done your Big Blue Test Today. Dont' forget that every time you log a Big Blue Test $5 is donated to diabetes charities that are…"
"I'm with Kathy on this one. I'm a long-term diabetic and with retinologist visits twice a year and various odd things that come up during the year. This year was a remarkably bad year. I put $4000 in the FSA. I took it all out by the end…"
"You know how we say, YMMV? In this case I think it's very true. I've had some significant lows. I will wake in the middle of the night with a significant low that the Dexcom didn't catch. It says I'm 90 and I'm 28. Lately…"
"So it's all a conspiracy?
I have found myself having a lot greater control now that I'm not using Lantus and only need to deal with regular insulin. Your statements regarding basal (basil is an herb) rates indicates that you are very…"
"This seems to happen a lot. I always had great faith in my PCP because she referred me to an endo. When I showed up for a check up with an A1c of 5.5 (a percentage I was rightfully proud of), she dressed me down for it. She felt it was too low. And…"
"Blog? Me? What in the world would I have to say that would be useful or entertaining or interesting? I'm hoping to swing by the gallery where Andriena is showing her work in the very near future. I'd love to meet her in person. When she…"
"Yup, THAT is a screwed up day. Getting mad at yourself isn't going to do you any good. A little irked at the cat would probably be healthy. The rest of your day was just a result of chemistry gone wild. Not to minimize what you went through --…"
"It's not necessarily a good method of treatment. The exercise thing and eating low carb are good on their own, but you'll need the boost that insulin gives you to process those carbs that you do take in. Insulin is a very safe treatment…"
hi Pete, how's everything going? what are you up to these days? I just wanted to stop by to see if you've done your Big Blue Test Today. Dont' forget that every time you log a Big Blue Test $5 is donated to diabetes charities that are providing life-saving supplies and services.
Hello Pete. We had wild storm #4 last night and we are gearing up for another one. Russ is in a big blue stocing. He has no fractures or blood clots but his foot has fluid and inflamed. Cannot walk on it so I am his Caregiver. So there goes the weekend. Tom comes tonight so that will be a big help. You doing anything exciting? Take good care and have a good weekend. Reed
oh I think the world of Emily. She really helps the admins a lot. she's got a great sense of humor too. she's been setting up the video chats here, hope you can participate in the next one. I may have a chance to meet her next month at the Philly meetup. I knew she lived in your neighborhood. anyway, so nice to see you around!
No I don't and really speak my mind to them (of coruse that after deleating my 1st reply and cleaning up my lanuage there LOL) No telling how many cussing my hubby has took from me when I'm really cussing out the 'puter! LOL!
Goodfor u both of them seem that way on the 'puter
Gy the way the part about being featured? Ur back with us that's enough to get u featured here! LOL! LOVE IT!! I've seen some of ur post. Time ppl get back to the basic huh?? Now we can double team them ! LOL! I've kinda felt alone around here with my comments.Ugh I don'tplay nice lots of times! LOL!
Doing good. Not to say I haven't hit a few bumps lately but all in all I'm here. LOL! I read somewhere (not sure where right now) that u don't have a job right now. Am I anywhere near right??? I also read that u had meet our Manny & Emily. Good for U!!! I LOVE BOTH OF THEM!!
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