Hi Doris-Just came on the site, there are so many new people becoming part of TuD. How are you doing ? Thanks for your kind words yesterday about my Dad. I hope you are having the beautiful spring weather in your area that we are having here. I wish it would stay this way all year round.
omg Doris it was close to a million degrees in there. the kids had so much fun and so did I. haha I always laughed when Grandpa re-told that story. I guess I am on his side, I couldn't imagine having to smack Jimmy's ass but he's only 4-1/2 months old! I don't think I could do it anyway =) see his old man is a softie.
that's nice about the visit. I am glad she came by.
I am off to NC tomorrow and next week I gotta run to Puerto Rico. The week following I am trying to line up a trip to Ireland to fix a manufacturing problem, but since it doesn't suck there THAT trip will likely be cancelled. we'll see! Take care Doris!!!!!
Good luck with kicking the habit!
Doing okay here, having rain and wind....ugh. Still looking for a job, keeping my fingers crossed for one that I really want at the Hospital. Glad things are well for you and take care.
well the first step is you have to plug the camera into the USB port of your computer. the manual that came with the camera will tell you how to do that. you have to switch from "taking a picture" mode to "looking at your pictures" mode on the camera and then power it on while it's plugged into the computer. Then a box will appear with different options - I think it's the first one to click - "download the pictures using windows"
sorry I don't watch celebrity appretence - did his kid get type1 too?
Yes, the $$$ for the cigs really adds up! you'll have money for a new computer in no time! Is your problem that you don't know how to get the pictures from the camera to the computer, or you don't know how to get them from your pictures file to TuDiabetes?
I know how much it means for these women to get a helping hand. Several of them give their testimonies in the handouts we receive at this event, and a few are amongst the crowd. Sometimes, their husbands just walk out the door, and are never heard from again, things like that. PSS has job training, day care, food pantry, counseling, legal help, mammograms, literacy center, computer training, and it's all great. Where we live, the poverty is hidden, you don't notice until you scratch the surface.
I am glad you liked it so cute it is.
I am doing good thank you Doris didnt have a hypo at 5am last night so decided its best if I go to sleep a little on the higher side then that way I will wake up on target numbers but its so hard to eat when I dont want to eat.lol
How are you and the family doing?
ok, Doris, I see you have decided to quit smoking. YEAH! GO DORIS! I recommend using the gum. It's better than the patch. It worked for me. I hope K is quitting at the same time, that will help if you don't smell it. You're going to go crazy for a bit, but it gets better every day. Think about all the money you will save, and plan on giving yourself a nice treat. and IT STINKS! you know it does. you will feel great before you know it. Another thing that helped me was EXERCISE. You'll be able to walk better, and walking will take your mind off.
well, I am getting ready for my Guild meeting tomorrow, and now that our big quilt show is only a month away, lots to do. Tonight Ed and I are going to a big gala event, a benefit for my favorite charity, Project Self-Sufficiency. They help single parents, teen mothers and displaced homemakers get back into the workforce. It's a wonderful organization here in the county. They get about 50 restaurants to come and make small plates, or "tastes" of their best dishes, and you just walk around and try all the yummy food. Yes, it's a blood sugar nightmare! If I knew how to do that extended bolus, it would probably be the right thing here. We go to this event every year, and it's about the best party we have in this county.
I had been on their hair for years now...I think I just gave up! Considering my sister is a DOCTOR! She thinks she knows it all... Oh well... All I can do now is pray. .and keep nagging and nagging them
Does those nicotine patches they wear on their arms works???
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