Greetings from a CANADIAN SOUL BROTHER, your CANADIAN CONNECTION, living in TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, where INSULIN was discovered by BANTING & BEST, JULY 30 1921.I am 93, computer rookie clinically dead, in 1977 with a BG of 880 and a senior partner in BLUE ROSE DIABETES FOUNDATION, www.brdfoundation.com Check us out and my photos.As a future writer, keep in touch, because I can supply with a lot of black history because of my involvedment, in so many areas, starting being a porter on the trains, maitre'd at the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD SOULL FOOD RETAURANT, TORONTO, SOUL AMBASSADOR for 22 years.Keep in touch, we will be great friends. email@example.com
I'm not on Facebook, but I do know things work differently here at TuDiabetes. being "friends" here means you can privately message each other.
I have lots of African American friends here with type1, and one of my best friends here is a young African with type1 living in London, Osob. I'll send you a link to her page if you'd like.
I have good friends in Houston. I remember once being there and they had the most incredible fireworks show going all over the city! This was about 10 years ago. The most important quilt show in the world is there every year in the fall at the convention center.
Thank you for the Friend request! I saw where you commented back to yourself here. If you just hit the Comment Back" bar under our comments it will take you to our pages where you can leave your comment back to us and also read a bit about us at the sametime.
Hello and thank you all for your warm welcomes. I'm new to this networking thing so it may take me a lil while to get used to how it all works. I added a couple of comments to my "wall" but I'm not sure if anyone is able to see them since I have not selected any as "friends". I did manage to upload my picture so that's progress - lol. So you all may know (any who are able to see this comment), I've also recently started a blog, so far, I've only made three entries but I love to write and with this blog I hope to have an outlet for myself, the ability to say the things that I feel need to be said, things that are on the "inside" and I also hope that this blog can be an outlet and encouragement for those who may not be able to, or may not quite know how to say what they are feeling on the inside. If you'd like, check it out at thewriteheart.com Thanks again for the welcome and I hope that I can keep up :)
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