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Re: [IP] Oh no! My shot!



I am with you there.  I was so young when I was diag that I don't really
remember not being diabetic.  It would take a long time for me to figure
out how not to be!

			Sam!

On Sun, 2 Jul 2000, Maureen Reagan wrote:

> This morning, I was getting ready to go to church when
> I had the sudden feeling "Now don't forget to give
> your shot!" I was half way to the bathroom (where I
> used to keep my shot stuff) when I remembered "Duh!  I
> have a pump!"  Which was followed by "Good grief old
> habits die hard!"  I've been pumping for 15 months
> now.  The first few months, I had those thoughts a lot
> (it got to the point, my close friends would see panic
> go across my face and say "pump" or reach and tap my
> pump).  I got to thinking, if there ever is a cure, it
> will take a LONG time for me to not think "Oh no! 
> Where's Jude?  I haven't tested my bg in a long time
> either!"  So here is to the day that I and many other
> people will happily engage in mini-panic attacked that
> we haven't done our diabetes care that day!
> 
> Maureen
> 
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