Stan and I have been married almost 12 years and he is my rock!

My wonderful kids also dance and are kind, challenging, fun, interesting people who give me joy every day.

at my most flexible. Dance is a big part of my life.


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  • v MALI-CAS
    Just making my rounds saying "Hello" to everyone. I haven't been on the site in awhile and just catching up on everyone's blogs. I hope you had a pleasant weekend.
    3907 days ago
    I a so pleased you included me --you are a wonderful looking family. I am 73 and wasn't diagnosed until 21/2 years ago. What a shock to a very active grammy one day and a Type 1 diabetic the next. Thanks to our daughter who also a RN,my GP agreed I had a problem. After finding a really good Endo. I 'm pretty much normal but for highs and lows. I'm waiting to hear from Medicare to see if I qualify for my pump. We have 4 children and 10 grandchildren and I'm determined to see them graduate and marry! AS you can tell I'm also new to the computer! What do you know about the New MiniLink Real-Time transmitter? I'm being perscribed one---I have to pay for it myself. I'm the only diabetic in my family so therefore I'm so thakful for any info any one offers! Thanks again. Alicelynn2
    3930 days ago
    Thank you for adding me as a friend. It is a great compliment. That dance move you are doing? I could do that if I didn't mind a torn hamstring, a bloody nose and probably a concusssion!
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    3934 days ago
  • v MALI-CAS
    Hi Lindy... I read your very touching post. I am in the middle of "being diagnosed" or considered pre-diabetic ( my fasting glucose was 118 but my insulin level was 129). The doctor ran a test on my pancreas. Now I am just waiting to see what they are going to do with me. I didn't tolerate the metformin very well, neither did my liver! Anyway, I just wanted to remind you that being a diabetic educator doesn't negate your feelings, you are allowed to have them and own them and respond to them in any way you want, this is a normal response. Don't be too hard on yourself AND don't hold your body to higher standards than you do your patients. After all, have you ever wondered how many Dentist have cavities? I bet more than we think! I am looking forward to reading more of your posts.
    3935 days ago
    I read the comments people gave in response to my post today, and tears came to my eyes to already receive such uplifting positive support, Thank you!
    3937 days ago
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