There is two thing,we that loved Sandy can do.... First keep supporting each other. I know she wouldn't want us to drift apart because she is gone, Second, keep on helping other in their diabetic journey.
My life was so enriched from knowing her . I miss her very much!
Thanks, Marie! Looks Iike I have a good sense of timing. I check my blood sugar so frequently that I am sure 2 pm is one of the times! I am a new diabetic (first diagnosis Oct 1, 2009), with a sneaking suspicion that I am Type 1, with a serious anaphylactic allergy to all insulin. It's really scarey for me since my mom died blind, in renal failure, and septic from complications of diabetes. My Endocrinologist says I have all the signs of having acquired diabetes due to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. I am waiting for my next appointment to get test results, which is on Nov. 30th. Gods I hope the news is good! I am losing weight like mad...not that I didn't have extra pounds to lose!
Marie How's it going for you today?? As for us in Tn (or atleast this part) OK so far! Ya know the day is just getting intresting though. I won't be here for the WDD because some of my family from out of town is comming to my grandmother's Saturday. No computer there!! HA!!
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It is with both happiness and sorrow that I announce that there will be an opening at the Diabetes Hands Foundation for the position of Administrative and Programs Assistant beginning mid-April. I will be leaving the Bay Area, where the Read on! →