Haha! Oh dear Doris =) Its perfectly fine!
Besides...So many many things keep us ladies distracted and busy...like the phone and grand kids for example...not to mention husbands too ha! LOL
Power failure? You get that often? We get that worse in the summer...not to mention lines getting cut off during typhoon season. Then the idiots in the power company her simply wants another rate increase...arg!
Hi Doris- I didn't know about your " flying leap" over the potty last week. I did miss you, but thought maybe you had the flu or just needed some private time. I hope your bruises are turning yellow. That's the color they turn before they go away. Now you have your g-son to watch out for too now that he is walking. Good luck !!! With your track record you will need it. LOL Have a safe weekend !
hey Doris, hope those storms that went through TN didn't affect you too bad. we're getting tons of rain today. Ed took my car to a meeting he has today so I'm not planning on going anywhere, you know I don't feel like driving the truck. Once I get another cup of coffee, I'm going to do some theraputic sewing. They put in the new hot water heater yesterday. $$$$ it's always something, huh? geez, #bgnow 201 guess it's time to change out.
I'm in Upper Bucks County in PA. My son was 26 when he had his first son. My girls are both engaged. The older one is getting married in April. I look forward to better times in my future. My diabetes is something that I have a handle on to some degree. I know it is something I have to deal with moment by moment and I'm up to the challenge.
I've been fortunate and haven't developed complications that make any noticeable difference. But sometimes I'm ready to pitch the whole works out the window & forget about it! (somehow I think that response is normal). Last summer I found a type 1 diabetes support group not too far from me and that's been a real encouragement. Thanks for asking
It may not be advisable for you to be too physically active...try to move slowly...Explain to the kiddos that nanny has to rest a bit and cannot run after them haha!,,,Im sure they will understand.
I have 3 carpenters here...Im having some wood paneling redone and re varnished. I also had some windows narrowed down a bit. Its never opened anyway ha!
Oh let the dust be and rest for awhile...Im sure you will get to it one of this days... =)
I almost said that the girls were your granddaughters. I have two grandsons and three children. My Dr. I've had for 10 months. He is moving to another office really soon. I told him he can't leave...I have fallen three times, once due to snow and once due to ice. I can relate to the pain...I now am prepared with spikes that attach to my shoes/boots. I'm not going to fall anymore. Have a great night and a blessed day tomorrow. We are supposed to be getting wind and rain I think then. Stay safe if you are having any of these similar conditions.
Evening Doris! How was your day?
I was up since 6:30 this morning (its 9:45 am here now). There are some carpenters here at my house doing some renovations....for about a week! Dust dust dust everywhere!
Thank you for the welcome. I was just at my endrocrinologist's office today and saw this website in Diabetes Forecast. I haven't done my profile yet. I'm type 1 since March 10, 2002 and on the Animas One Touch Ping for 7 months. My A1C has for the last two times been 8.5 but there is definite improvement in control of blood sugars, Dr. Corcoran and I agree with this. I am going to get another CGM, continuous glucose monitor in case you don't know, the end of next month. Anyway, I am looking forward to this site. Your daughters are just too precious...
tell your husband hello and thanks for writing me...I'm sure I could learn a lot from you...I've only had it a couple years but it seams pretty easy to manage because I'm so active I THINK...We will see =)
This year Diabetes Hands Foundation has pledged US$35,000 in Big Blue Test grants, continuing its support for programs aimed at providing lifesaving supplies, medical tests, treatment, and patient education to people living in need who have or at risk Read on! →
Kim Vlasnik, you NAILED it! In this video, Kim Vlasnik takes our breath away as she describes what its like to be a person with diabetes. Fortunately, Stanford’s Medicine-X Conference gives ePatients, like Kim, a chance to speak since we carry the Read on! →