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Re: [IP] Traveling to Germany.- Kinda long
Hi , Kristi,
Hi , how are you doing there? I am glad that you ask anyone who
has experiences in airplanes and I have some experiences with travelling to
USA rare time. I can try to make good suggestion to you so Dont worry about
travelling Dont fear of travelling because I will tell you ok You can
bring a bag of sugar but you have to tell some worker that you are diabetic
so they will know it is about your diabetes because I have heard that some
people lied to staffs about small bag of sugar which it has a real cocaine .
You should bring a proof of doctor 's signature so they will believe in you
for the reason you bring like needle and a bag of sugar in your pocket in
case you get low reaction so you can get it faster without asking waitress for
it and you have to wait for five to twenty mins and it saves your time.
I want to congratulate you for going to Germany . Can you tell me
which Germany i mean west or east because I have been tried to search for
one nice deaf woman whom I love her so much as good friend for many years .
I heard her last time long time but I have heard that she moved to Germany
but I just need a proof so I can tell some deaf people who have heard many
rumours about her and she is married to a soldier somewhere . If it is not
working , dont worry about it because my cousin who used to be soldier and she
went to Germany for few months . Maybe you ask people who knows where the
soldier building is located so you inform me later ok ok ok If you are in
Germany , you can e mail me faster from Germany than holding informations til
you arrive home to e mail me . ok My e mail address is
email @ redacted and you can try to do your best and you can find
out more informations from some soldiers so maybe they knows who a deaf woman
whom she married to husband so you can inform me her married last name ok
I will pray for you to be protected by million of God's angels while
you travel . I will tell you some of my testimonies later when you want to ask
me any questions ok and you are welcomed to ask me ok I am deaf ok
Your friend Shawn B
email @ redacted wrote:
> Hello, I don't write much to the list, but read a lot of the emails. I am
> 17 yrs old and have had diabetes for 10 yrs, I have been on an insulin pump
> for 2 yrs. I was accepted into the German exchange program, which means I
> will be going to Germany with my school in June for 3 weeks. I am very
> excited but have a few questions on traveling:
> ~I know that I will have to bring a lot of supplies, and that its good to
> overpack. Has any who has traveled before have any problems with taking
> supplies with them?
> ~In March we will be having the German exchange student come here for a
> visit, I will be staying with one of these students in June, when I go
> there. My teacher who doesn't really understand diabetes wants me to tell
> this student about having diabetes. What should I tell her withoput having
> her get scared about me staying with her in Germany?
> ~As I already mention my teacher doesn't really know much about diabetes. We
> are planning to meet before we leave for Germany to go over what diabetes is.
> I have found that she gets very nervous around me when I get low, what
> should tell her about diabetes? I don't want her to get scared, but she knows
> that I am responsable, and that I do everything on my own. I find that she
> gets very nervous, when I get low.
> ~How would I change the time on the pump when traveling to Germany, do I just
> change it to the right time when I get there, or do I change it gradually
> while on the plane? It's about a 7 hour flight from here, in Pennslyvania.
> ~Has anyone had problems with traveling with the pump on the plane? I
> haven't heard anything, just wondered about it.
> Sorry about this being long. Thanks Kristin
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