I am following some of the advice from our fellow TuDiabetes members. I have created a website blog for myself (www.DiabeticVIP.com) to help myself vent some of my feelings down on virtual paper. I hope this works. All I have so far is the title page and Manny's site listed as well as Guest Comments but I will have more posted and listed in the next couple of days.

I still have my original site that I built to help myself when I got diagnosed. The more that I added to it the more I noticed that other diabetics would benefit from it as well so I change the format and made it into a reference site. It is - www.DiabetesMedical.net . It has tips, personal & organizational websites, products, nutrition info and support group listings as well as RSS diabetes feeds. I am by no means a webmaster but if you find that I need to add a site or information, please feel free to let me know. I do know that I need to add TuDiabetes.com to it though.

There a couple of members that have really helped me in my journey thru this horrific disease and I applaud them (Patti, Landlileigh, Judith and Manny just name a few) for their support. Please be patient with me as I embark on this journey and thanks to everyone for always being there when needed.

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Comment by landileigh on March 18, 2008 at 11:12pm
jeff, we are very appreciative for all that you do. the biggest thing that i thik TuDiabetes is about is the support and caring of its members. you do that ten-fold! THANK YOU!

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