Now I remember!! HA! Just took a little brain nug here! Yep I knew about MelissaBI she told me right after I got back! I'm so proud for her!! I've gotta go everybody up now and there all hollering holding a twisty 19 month old now! I don't know if I told you or not Amarie was sick all night last night and she just got up too, gotta go and see if she's going to be OK. After we get together we're goingg to my grandmother's so talk to you when we get back.
Hi Marie, while reading this discussion I thought that the dual wave method might help people with absorbtion problems too. Especially interesting was the comment from Grace on page #2:
"The most surprising thing is that the same amount of insulin actually hits me harder from a 30-minute square bolus than in a normal bolus. This must be related to absorption. This is counterintuitive using the insulin timing curves, but for me its true. I have also tested positive for insulin antibodies; I wonder if the absorption issue is related to that?"
I got a question here and you may think it dumb but here goes.I used to know how to find spammers and all but now I've forgotten will you tell me how to do it again?
Yep us Southerners tend to go NUTS when it snows but I got to go along with you about the person in Calforinia saying it was bitterly cold at 50! HA!!Even me with the bad cirlation won't agree with that! HA!
WOW! As I've said before I love the snow!! Does it stop your town like it does Jackson? If we get as much as 3 inches it totall stops our toen. I mean it just about shuts it down.
You know what? Sometimes it feels like all the trying you do it just takes a mind of its own!! I get discused at it sometimes! What I have to keep reminding myself is to bolus BEFORE I eat not after!! You'd think I knew that by now huh?
Sounds like your really gonna be busy this week! I was on the welcoming commity but I witdrew back a year and a half ago when I knew that I wasn't going to be around a computer. I ask Manny when I got back on line if he wanted me to rejoin and he said that there had been so many changes around here that they could wait for me to get used to them , he would give it a few days then I seen where he had neropothy and I just left it alone. But I would love to be back there!
Yes I seen that but never thought about how many it was! HA!! I guess I'm inportant huh? HA!! I think everyone that has taken the time to become my friend here is great! Can't say I talk to them all though! HA! How you doing today?
Thanks for the comment Marie! Wish I could say that I did better today. I just had a week of indifference towards my diabetes. I brought my 7 day average on my meter up from 140 to 170 (that was helped by many 200-300 readings).
I'm getting a trial MM CGMS sensor on Wednesday! So that will give me some motivation to keep track of things. Hopefully it will get me back on the right track.
About the hyperlink, I think that I know the problem because I had it at first too. When Ning update the layout of the site, they changed this. Now after you click on the link, you must click on the line in the little pop-up window so that the cursor is in there (actually you should click and highlight the "http://" and then press ctrl-v). Before this used to be automatic; now you need to click there to get the cursor. I'm not sure why this was changed.
I hope that I wrote this clearly -- let me know if you can't understand what I'm talking about!! :)
US Hispanics are often portrayed in the press as a single, monolithic group. But anyone who has spent any time in San Francisco’s Mission District or the Bronx can tell you, we’re not all the same. Now we’re finding out Read on! →
Traducido por Mila Ferrer. A menudo los Hispanos en Estados Unidos son retratados en la prensa como un solo grupo, monolítico. Pero cualquiera que haya pasado algún tiempo en el Mission District de San Francisco o el Bronx se Read on! →