The furthest south that I have gotten is Georgia for a couple weeks when I was in the military, and I was stationed in North Carolina. I would love to travel around the country, plan to some day but right now work keeps me close to home. I usually just escape a couple of hours west from my house, Skyline Drive in the mountains is my general stress relief trip. I was lucky to be stationed in Europe for three years, that was very interesting. I always enjoy driving when I am going somewhere. I have a long commute to work about an hour and I even like looking at all the scenery, even though I see the same thing every day. My dog likes it too. She has to go with for the trip in and back every day, it is a big deal for her. She looks all mournful if we have to leave her home. Enjoy your drive. Be safe. Lots.
Hi there, have a great trip.I hope your computer works so that you can tell us about what you are doing. I love going on trips, but I can't get away from work long enough to take one. I hope that you have a wonderful time and maybe let me know about how it is going so I can take a vacation vicariously through you! I have never been to New Orleans before. I am assuming this is a vacation? Maybe you are going for business reasons. Well, anyway, just have a safe and a happy time. Lots.
Thank you so kindly for your warm welcome, I am really glad to have found this site. My name is Teresa, I have had type 1 for almost 40 years, have had my pump for 17, and am really looking forward to the opportunity to connect with others who share the same issues, thoughts and concerns about diabetes and all it carries with it. I will look forward to reading your blogs, I breezed through several and you are a great writer!
Thank you for your message on my birthday so sweet of you.
Sorry for the late replay just been busy so dont really have enough time these days with looking after my little princess.
Hope all is well.
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