I don't know when the next folk-dancing get-together is (they usually stop during the winter), but when I get information, I'll be sure to let you know! It's a lot of fun to dance to live music, and there are usually plenty of people there, with teaching in the beginning, and then just fun dancing for everyone, whether you're good at it or not (I'm not!) People bring snacks, and there is always water available. I THINK it's at the First Methodist Church, but I'm not sure about that. It would be fun to meet you in person there! :-)
I just checked and we have over 50,000 views. hopefully we keep up at this rate and we'll make the 100,000. Also, we are geared up for a big splash on World Diabetes Day, next Sunday. Last year was a total blast with the Big Blue Test. This year we have so many MORE members here, it's going to maybe stress out the servers (oops, hope not). Be sure to watch the action. hey, are you on Twitter?
which will get insulin to kids around the world in need, including Rwanda. I encourage you to tell your friends and colleagues to see and share this video. (my favorite part is seeing our founder Manny and his wife and son skating).
If you click on "Groups" on the top banner, we have several that you might be interested in. I know there have been many discussions (in Forum) on people's problems with the MM CGM.
WELCOME TO OUR BIG (WORLD WIDE) CARING LOVING & GIVING FAMILY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here's a link to help our new member's learn more "About Us":http://www.tudiabetes.org/notes
Also please put up a picture of you (or something related to you) so we can tell you from other's on our Forum
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