happy day everyone! it is incredibly windy here today. i am pretty sure i just saw the wicked witch fly by! so tomorrow i meet with the girls at my DEC(diabetic education centre) to make my final decision on which pump to go with. i think i will have to have them lay them all out on the table and once again take a really good look at them. i am pretty sure (98%) that the Animas Ping is the one i will go with. i know it does not have the option of a CGM at this time, but that doesn't really worry me. not sure right now that i would wear one anyway. it IS waterproof, and with 2 small grandchildren and an inground pool, that might be important 8-) it does have the remote, which i like. if i recall it is not huge or heavy like i found the Accu-Chek Combo to be. i did like the size of the Medtronic Veo, but i dont understand why, when it has it's own metre that can tell the pump your BG, why it isn't able to bolus from it too! anyway, i do believe i have made up my mind, what do you think?? LOL!

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Comment by Mike on April 28, 2011 at 9:27am
It's like Christmas!! And you're going to sit on Santa's lap tomorrow. Get it right girl, or you might end up with something you don't want under your tree!!!

:)

I'm joking. Whatever you decide, I'm certain it will improve the quality of your life! YAY!!!!
Comment by jrtpup on April 28, 2011 at 12:00pm
You will make the right choice. You've done your research, you know what features you want. Have fun!

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