Hello Doris. I have not heard from you I hope everything is OK. THUNDER very black BUT NO RAIN. The fires still burning. I told Wendy Soke got in my eyes and the devil found that song andput it on my page. Do you remember it? BG in a rut 120. Today I get injections #2 of SUPARTZ..if I go into the 40's tonight I know it is that even though the doctor swears it does not lower BG. I hope this finds you in good contro and you hav agood day. I car. HUGS,Reed
Good Afternoon,Doris. The smoke is driving us crazy. I smell it in the garage even with the door shut. They say if we do not get rain today it will be a long time before we will. I get treatment #2 on my knees tomorrow. I think they help. If I go into the 40's aftr tomorrow I will quit. They swore SUPARTZ does not lower the BG. A little high right now 120. Did the laundry and resting. How are things with you? You in good control? You babysitting? I hope there is Peace in the Valley....I hear thunder YEAH!!! HUGS,Reed
Thank you so much!! Everyone on here is so nice and welcoming. It is great to see a social network that is dedicated to US!! I had no idea this existed. There is so much to do on here and learn. If you can point me in the right starting point please let me know.
hi Doris, how are things going today? I'm ok, I waited until 10:30 to have my breakfast because I couldn't get my blood sugar down. I finally ate some eggs when it got to 175. only thing I ate last night was a hamburger, no bun, and some tomatoes and green beans. guess I'm looking at an infusion set change.
well hot weather for this season is normal in the north of the country and the beaches of course hehe but in the center (where Mexico City is) isnt! 90ºF is really high, years ago we reached 91.4ºF and that has been our highest but that's beyond our limits haha so we all are dying here...I know many people think weather in Mexico is always hot in all the country but as I said isn't, for us 82.4 °F is already too hot so imagine now...thank God these days weather is so much better..but now we waiting for rain season...another great part of living in Mexico City is that we dont suffer for hurricane and all that, we might have lots of rains but that's :D
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