Ours run the gamut. One of the boys has been a bit "reserved" - especially since I took him to get "fixed." I don't blame him. A couple others are little love monsters who give and receive love with wonderful abandon. We bred one pair like that and 6 of the 8 puppies are the same way.
Hi Michelle - wow - 13 months old for your husbands diagnose!!! So, he must be like me - pretty used to living with it by now! Glad you are such a supportive spouse - that is what helps me out - that my husband "gets me" (well most of the time - he's learning how to handle me when I have a hypo - emotional twit that I can sometimes become - luckily - get way less of those with being on pump now LOL). How is he liking the pump - lucky guy - no tubing (he can't wrap it around you know what LOL). So, take care - and glad to see you have joined up to Tudiabetes!! BTW, my sis-in-law is from Georgia (Atlanta) - been there a few times over the years - long drive - but the southern hospitality is soooo worth it.
Above is a photo of Diabetes Hands Foundation’s own Manny Hernandez with the stars of the Diabetes Co-Stars Video, “Strength in Numbers.” In case you haven’t heard the news yet, there is a new video making it’s way through the … Continue Reading
The Diabetes Hands Foundation and Diabetes Advocates Program is proud to announce and congratulate the members of DA who were granted scholarships to attend diabetes conferences in 2013! Thanks to a generous grant from Novo Nordisk, in 2013 we were … Continue Reading