Hi Laura. Love to be your friend. The community is very friendly Laura...You are not alone in this condition. We find group strength from each other. By the way, you are most welcome to join in the discussions. Share your insights, comments and suggestions. If you need to ask questions and clarifications...I encourage you to post it. People here would be more than happy to give their opinion and support. If you need assistance...just tell me, ok?
The kitty there is Twinkie...he is Twinkle's son...born a month after he died from my Mom's cat Star. Twinkle left a part of himself to me. There are two of them...the other is gold orange in color named Goldie... I kept them both =)
thanks, Laura. Welcome to the family. I have been helped so much by TuDiabetes. Although I've had d a long time, a couple of years ago, some new problems cropped up as a result of long time type 1, and I came here for help. I could not believe the virtual arms that came out to hug me, and give me answers. Our values are to help each other without blame or shame.
Thank you! GOOOOOOOOOOD playlist! We can share music! Try some Ray Charles....Smack dab in the middle, it will get ya hooked. And Etta James....In the Basement. I like alot of different music. I do okay with the D...not great, but okay. I will keep kicking its klittle booty :)
Thanks for being so warm and friendly
Hi Laura! Thank you for the comments! I look forward to knowing you as well! I have two daughters 28yrs and 18 yrs and 2 grandbabies! They keep me going! Fighting this D....have to, right?
I love music, and change my playlist often! LOL It brings me great comfort, and I try to be happy and enjoy as much as possible.
Hope that you like this site...you will find that alot of the people are very kind and supportive.
Hope your day and weekend are wonderful
Take care, Robyn xo
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