Monthly Archives: November 2010

The subject of sleep… (???)

Not that we all don’t say over and over again how nice it is to flip the computer on and read “our” stories over and over in the posts of our fellow D-mama’s, papa’s and PWD’s. But I gotta say…it’s … Continue reading

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loss of a loved one.

My father in law passed away last week.  We as a family have feared this day for a couple of years, but I wouldn’t say that last Wednesday, November 10th when he collapsed, any of us expected it…not on that … Continue reading

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November 14th World Diabetes Day

What diabetes means to me… January 19th 2010, Ellie Fincham (my daughter), Janell Fincham (my husband’s sister), Raymond Finchams mother (my husbands grandmother died at 28), My dad’s uncle (died at 6), The first time in my life I couldn’t escape consequences of … Continue reading

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November 9th D-blog day

6 Things I Want People to Know About Diabetes: 1.  Diabetes isn’t controlled, it is managed.  People who have diabetes can be under control, but their diabetes is managed…never controlled.  You can’t control this disease you can only manage it.  2.  Diabetes … Continue reading

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The D Olympics

I love this idea!!!  It looks like it started with Joanne at Death of a Pancreas… Catagories or Events as listed: Shooting- We too have the pump, so shots are not an issue for us anymore.  I do have to … Continue reading

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Paralyzed (part II)

“I’m not sure I’ve met a life challenge of this caliber” (quote from previous post) I am out of the dark at this point, just a little cloudy here and there. I read my previous post so I could complete … Continue reading

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