Congratulations on your transition to pumping Jeff. Once you make your way through the initial learning curve, you'll love it. Just remain patient the first week or so of setup while the basal's get properly established.
Thank You Jeff. Now if you don't mine go to the TuAnalize on the top of your page then click on TuAnalyze Map (don't really know how I done it after that but I put in the last A1c and it got it on the Map). Last I heard we only had 7 ppl that had gotten their A1C in and we liked 12 more so please take part in getting our state lit up. It's all private and noone will know your A1C if you don't want them to know it. I gotta go back tomorrow and get another one! Keep your fingers crossed for me!!
Thanks, Jeff. There is a large park behind me and then the railroad tracks. My office upstairs faces that way so I always look to see if Amtrak is on time and what the trains go by as the switching station is what is behind me. I see a lot of action! You rock.
I wake up to the highest numbers for the day when I haven't even got out of bed yet. It is dawn phoenomenon. You are the first locomotive engineer I have seen on here. Which one do you work for? I am in Central Texas and see all the military equipment leaving Ft. Hood. J
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