Hi, Doris, I hope you're right that this is a good place to reach out. :-)
You mentioned something about being "HI" or disappointed, but I haven't experienced either of those yet. Diabetes has actually had several silver linings for me. (But ask me again in a year or two, and we'll see how I feel!)
Doris, you were so nice to leave me that warm welcome message. I appreciate it! Your enthusiasm is great. I've been wanting to find a nice helpful e-home where I can go when I need love and support. I hope this turns out to be it! Thanks, my friend. I'd love to hear from you again. Jan :-)
Best wishes for the upcoming BDay....hope that you get all the presents you were wishing for :-)
Great you are having some time off....and in such lux...lucky gal although it sounds like you have been waiting a while ;-P
How are you?
I am doing very well just wanted to share the good news with you I had my first Scan and its the most Amazing thing ever to see it for the first time,saw its tiny legs and hands it looks like a normal little baby already.I seem to be spending a lot of time at the hospital go every week on tuesday to see the baby team and the diabetic team so as u might guess spending a lot of time sitting,waiting and giving blood,life of a diabetic I guess.lol
Thanx so much for the birthday wishes. The dentist I work for took me to lunch and husband did for my b-day dinner that nite. Later b-day with the grandkids. It was a great day, and thanks for the thoughts!
gosh Doris, I don't really think of myself as having that tight control, but it does help that I test my blood about 10 times a day, so I usually catch the highs before I get to 300 land. Usually the highs just slow me down, but yesterday it sucker punched me to the ground and stood there with its foot firmly on my chest. Yes, even my husband thought I was overdoing it, but believe me, I wasn't. I would've much rather been sewing or on the computer welcoming new members here. I just could not get up when I hit the bed, so I turned on the elctric blanket and just lay there.
I never had a C-section, but came close with my eldest because he was born sunny-side up. He was pulled out with suction (that's the newer version of forceps). It's like a toilet plunger attached to the baby's head, so makes labor more painful because baby's head is bigger that way.
LOL. My sons were also due around special days. My older son should have come out by the 4th of July, but came out on the 5th because my labor lasted 40 hours. My youngest was due on Leap Day, but decided to come out on March 6th. I guess they didn't want to be teased about being a firecracker or asked, "When is your next birthday? Four years from now?" LOL.
Good morning. Make sure you're not weraing shoes with laces or anything else that people notice on April Fool's day so that your day is easier with less April Fool's jokes (unless you like being the brunt of a joke, of course).
hi Doris, snowing here, that's no April fool's joke. Shouldn't amount to much, but come on now! I am better today. #bgnow 113. yesterday it came on so fast, you know the nausea, heart pounding, itchiness, and even though I only got to 280, it completely knocked me on my butt. I hate to have such an unproductive day. Felt better by late afternoon, and made us a nice dinner, shrimp in a tomato/dill sauce with feta cheese. just wonderful. don't forget your camera on Sunday.
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