jeez, what a busy day for me. soooo many emails! we are having a sticky situation with someone at the guild, and it has to be handled with the utmost diplomacy. I should have worked for the State Department instead of the Defense Dept - I'd be better at walking on eggshells. Dad was able to go to poker night last night, so good. That portable oxygen machine has given him more freedom. as long as he keeps up the walking, he will improve his odds.
I hope Ed sells a bunch of stuff this afternoon. The stuff tastes really good. I took some extras to the guild yesterday and they were all wanting to know where to buy it. He's a good salesman. He really swept me off my feet when we met!
Doris, first of all, THANK YOU for sending along the links with your welcome messages. I see you have been sending sometimes multiple links - super super duper!!!!! I've just been saying things like "check out our latest app - TuAnalyze" "maybe you'll be the one to light up your state" "share your grate a1c with us" (btw, each state needs a minimum of 20 participating in order to light up)
I have to take a break here, I'm feeling not so hot. time to check my bg.
Doris, I'm going to send newbies the link to TuAnalyze, I hope you can keep on sending them the "About Us" page. I had such a busy day yesterday. #bgnow 213 - guess I'll be changing out my set today...
Hahahahahaha xD i bet it was hilarious!! , maybe you don´t drive anymore, but when you get married, you and your husband became one, so...when he drives, you´re driving too Doris !! hahahahaha
Ooh i hope that one day i can do the same thing, in my country or in yours :D !!
Have a nice week !!
I sometimes forget if I'm on your page or wendy's since they are so similar. Thanks for taking care of the welcoming today, Doris, and actually every day. I have the guild meeting tomorrow, and I've had a lot to prepare on that. Now I have to take my walk, change my infusion set, call my dad, roast a chicken and see if my husband needs any help getting ready for his business trip (he usuallly doesn't). so I guess that's it here for me for the day.
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