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At 7:17pm on September 19, 2010, merfernut said…
Thanks for the nice note, Jim!
At 7:15pm on September 19, 2010, Diva Gomes said…
Obrigado
At 4:54pm on September 19, 2010, Mari&Denny said…
thank you for the warming welcome!! :)
At 8:58am on September 14, 2010, Tina said…
Thanks for welcoming me :)
At 5:26am on September 14, 2010, BadMoonT2 said…
Thanks Jim. IMHO this is the best diabetes forum.
At 4:19am on September 14, 2010, garden girl said…
Thank You for the welcome, Jim. I look forward to becoming a part of this site.
At 6:45am on September 12, 2010, The Queen of Light and Joy said…
Thanks for the welcome Jim! I am really excited to be here. The resources and informations that I have gotten in such a short period of time has re-inspired me. Did I mention I am REALLY excited to be here? hee hee I am looking forward to this new journey.
At 4:08pm on September 11, 2010, 5away said…
Thanks so much for the warm welcome!
At 11:47am on September 11, 2010, Sam said…
Thank you very much for the warm welcome :)
At 7:51pm on September 10, 2010, TheWriteHeart said…
Hello and thank you all for your warm welcomes. I'm new to this networking thing so it may take me a lil while to get used to how it all works. I added a couple of comments to my "wall" but I'm not sure if anyone is able to see them since I have not selected any as "friends". I did manage to upload my picture so that's progress - lol. So you all may know (any who are able to see this comment), I've also recently started a blog, so far, I've only made three entries but I love to write and with this blog I hope to have an outlet for myself, the ability to say the things that I feel need to be said, things that are on the "inside" and I also hope that this blog can be an outlet and encouragement for those who may not be able to, or may not quite know how to say what they are feeling on the inside. If you'd like, check it out at thewriteheart.com Thanks again for the welcome and I hope that I can keep up :)
At 1:53am on September 10, 2010, Nithya said…
Thank you for welcome notes.Your photos are great..Nithya
At 12:46pm on September 9, 2010, VERA said…
Thankyou for the warm welcome...feel very much at home.
At 10:37am on September 9, 2010, The Diabetic Welfare Queen said…
Thank you :)
At 10:00am on September 9, 2010, jeremiahtren said…
thanks
At 3:28pm on September 8, 2010, Les L said…
thanks for the welcome. Hope to get a lot of good info here.
At 12:36pm on September 8, 2010, drjean2002 said…
Thank you for your warm welcome :)
I'm a pediatric endocrinologist looking to find support for the patients I care for, and found this wonderful site!
At 6:03am on September 8, 2010, Marie B said…
Jim, that's a lot of emails. I have changed my settings so I don't get an email when someone joins or comments on my page. still, it's not unusual for me to have 25 waiting for me in the morning. thanks for all you do.
At 8:35pm on September 7, 2010, Andy C. said…
Thank You! It's great to be here. I have learned so much in the few months I that I have been here.
At 7:01pm on September 7, 2010, Bolt said…
Thanks :-)
At 6:03pm on September 7, 2010, WitchDoctress said…
Thanks Jim for dropping in to my page. What a learning curve this is gonna be!!

Cheers,

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