Thanks I definitely could do with some people to talk and vent to me and my daughter have had no support whatsoever from her diabetes specialist team so it will be nice to chat with people who understand what we are going threw and how hard it can be sometimes. Many thanks Melissa
hey Sparky, boy we had a blast yesterday, couldn't believe how many made it to the meetup. I met jrtpup here, catlover, Donna H, a whole bunch of people I don't know too well, it was just too much to cram into a 2 hour time frame. we all took a lot of pictures, and nobody looked at you when people pulled out their bg machines. it was great meeting Emily Walton, who works for Manny, and of course it's always special to see Manny. He's got some big ideas this year for our Big Blue Test. I see you have been busy with the welcomes and birthdays. I'm supposed to be taking the month off here, but you see I can't stay away. hugs, my friend!
Thanks for the welcome, it was much appreciated. After having diabates for 35 years you run out of friends that want to talk about it with you. They cannot understand that things change the longer you have it and you always have much to learn from others that have been there. This is the first I ahve been welcomed to talk. Again, thanks. Jo
I would like to let you & everyone know that you can overcome the diabetes health problem. Please pick up Dr Esseltyn Book or get it from a library Forks Over Knives or his son Rip Esseltyn Engine 2. You do not have to be dependent on insulin or orther drugs. I have & currently on the the whole food plant based food plan and my surgar has dropped significantly and my health has inproved tremendously .
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