Thank you Marie, that's very helpful. I'll try to answer them all, but I was kinda hoping to sneak in here under the radar and watch for awhile, until I got comfortable with it. Seems like that's not possible here.
I am very active in greyhound adoption. I'm president of an organization called The Greyhound Project: www.adopt-a-greyhound.org We support greyhound adoption groups all over the world.
Will do Marie. Thanks! I'm babysitting 3 under the age of 4 right now and their crazy! Yes my g-kids one is crawling up me as we talk if i go into small letters you know wehy lol looks like i just did! Now she's gone! HELP!!!!
Hi Marie-How are you doing ? I have been getting on at night for a little while the past few nights, trying to catch up with people. Been having a lot of lows, getting up every morning in the 50's and don't feel it. I'll have to try adjusting my overnite
dose of Lantus. Hope your BS have been good. Cat
Well, I live in Phila., and I'm affiliated w/ integrateddiabetes.com (woodwynne, pa), and not far fr. your sister. They have a live chat (2nd tues. of the month. Visit site, click free resources, then click live chat (add screen name and that's it). no need to register or insert e-mail
Thanks for the welcome. The inclusion that I have been experiencing since joining just a couple of days ago is inspiring. I am looking forward to the resources, community, support and information. I am VERY THANKFUL for this site existing, I don't feel so alone any more.
Yes, Houston has a lot going on...most of the time. It'll be five years that I've lived in Houston next month and I really don't have anything bad to say about it. Yes we are known for having extreme heat and humidity and yes we do have to deal with hurricane season but I will still take anyday over the rough winters that I know from youth (I'm from Detoit, MI). I don't personally know anyone else who has Type 1 diabetes and honestly since I am a private person, I've been okay with that but as I'm getting older I seem to be feeling the need to come out of my shell. I do lead a life that I know has tremendous purpose and gives hope to many for the future but I'm starting to feel that I can do more so I'm on my way to figuring out exactly how I will make that happen.
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