Natalie, I hope that you are doing well. I hope you got my reply yesterday. If not I would like you to know that I would gladly except your offer of the remaining sensors you have for your old Dexcom 7. My name is David Terleckas 23 Beech Street
In answer to your question, I think that they need to become very bonded (sometimes very grateful), and really, really want to help if there is a problem. I also think that it is imperative that an animal who does alert, or is intended to alert, sleeps next to you at night. Wendy slept in an unlocked crate to me at night. The bonding seems to increase with the alerting -- I've had so many animal friends (I'm 82 y.o.), but Wendy is right there on top of my memories. (She is one of my photos on my Profile Page.)
My comment was not directed at you; if I didn't make that clear, please let me say it now and remove all doubt. I do have to say, however, that I think you are wasting your energy trying to reason with someone who won't be reasoned with and simply will not hear what you say. You are attempting to move an immovable object.
GOOD MORNING NATALIE!! Whatcha up to today? How have you been feeling??? The kids here are packing like mad. They're moving out next Saturday...and get the keys Friday. The grandkids will be with the other grandma then. Our daughter has a new shift that entails her having to work some Sundays, and Stephen (her little guy) would then be babysat here by our daughter-in-law. However next Sunday, if that's the case... Stephen will be with her ex! Next Saturday will be a madhouse here!! On this coming Wednesday (the 18th), I'm helping out at a fundraiser with the Canadian Diabetes Association. It's an amazing day outside! Wishing YOU an awesome day :) Hugs....linda
Hey, my friend, long time. I always love browsing your cat pics ;)
Don't know if you saw any of the Phila gathering pics, but I wore 'our' wonderful shirt! Dogs have survived the fireworks down the street. They had nice icky marrow bones to worry about instead; it really kept the barking down.
Still under construction - my bedroom and bathroom. Sharing a bathroom with 2 30 year olds is not my idea of fun, but it'll be worth it in the end... if there ever is an end?
My middle son, the one in a group home, is having his usual psychotic break for this time of year. The new group home is not doing as well as I'd like with it. Why call the police and threaten jail or an emergency shelter when he belongs in the hospital?!?! I won't treat you to the entire rant LOL
My daughter has finally been hired on as a permanent employee *whew*
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
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