I don't know about you but I enjoy talking to other PWD's about life and of course diabetes. If you are in the Southern California area you are invited to hangout and have lunch with other PWD's (person with diabetes).

Meet-up Information

Where: Chili's-

30 Shoreline Drive West

Long Beach, CA

(Long Beach Convention Center)

When: Saturday, July 25

Time: 1pm-3pm

Hope you can make it. If not, Stay tuned for more Southern California Diabetic meet-up's.

Send me a message or leave a comment if you plan to attend.

Be Blessed


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Comment by Jenny on July 24, 2009 at 12:41am
I would LOVE to come, but unlike others it seems, I have to work. Saturdays are one of our busiest times, I simply cannot take time off to go to meetups on Saturdays. No one seems into having these on Sunday, or later on Saturdays (I work usually 12-4, other times 11-5. No way can I go unless times are a bit different :-(

I do hope one day with enough notice, I can get a Saturday off and attend a PWD meetup. I am allowed time off for actual Expos, TCOYD but not a 2 hr. social. I lose pay and have to beg transport from my guy.
Comment by Andreina Davila on July 24, 2009 at 10:25am
Way to go girls,
I wish we could go... I hope more people can make it, here it the link to the event.
Comment by Sweeter Cherise on July 24, 2009 at 5:52pm

I am sorry. The next one I'll plan something after 4.


I wish you all could come too! to bad you live so far away..


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