Hi Scott!! I have been MIA for a while, but wanted to stop in and say Hi! This is the cranky old man whom I've had many conversation with over the past 2 years, isn't it? What a great profile picture. And look at your A1c! Bravo!
It was a pleasure meeting you face to face after bothering you A LOT on line ;o)
Hope that we will have the chance to meet again. I had a great time today, it is been a while since I did! Thanks to you and the others. Wish you the best
No I was not unconcious but I was asleep. my friend wopke me up and went in bag bag tested me and sqeezed 2 juices in my mouth and the stupid religion teacher just kept on teaching as if nothing was happening. the classs was laughing then later i found out they told my friend i was faking it and she knew i wasn't because the meter read 29. it only took 20 minutes to come up luckily it was the begining of class. I may not have every class with her this year so i will need to make sure at least one person in every class is educated as the teacher may not. maybe I will have better teacher's this year that will understand that diabetes can be life altering in minutes.
HI Scott- Thanks for the words of support you sent to me last week, I really appreciated it. It was a difficult week with the passing of my mother, but kind word received from my friends at TuD certainly helped. Thanks again.
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