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Re: [IP] tired 4



Thank you Judy. he needs all he can get

--- On Thu, 6/16/11, judy harvey <email @ redacted> wrote:


From: judy harvey <email @ redacted>
Subject: Re: [IP] tired 4
To: email @ redacted
Date: Thursday, June 16, 2011, 6:06 PM


Michael......OMG, and prayers too.

On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 3:52 PM, Michael Wilson
<email @ redacted>wrote:

> These are all very helpful posts. i to get tired of having the pump but it
> really is better than MDI's. I went to my endo today and talked about this
> very thing. She is the best doc in the world. She had my labs and EVERY one
> of
> of the tests are textbook perfect. She said the is so good for a 63 year
> old
> man................YIPPEE!!   A1C is 6.0 and she doesn't want it any lower
> than that. Anyway, the point of my story.....She said most of her patients
> at
> one time or another goes through the "burnout" She said for me to try doing
> something just for fun and don't worry about the diabetes for a day or two.
> i
> said, how about half a dozen donuts. She said go ahead....adjust for it,
> have
> your fun, then get back on the program. But do something to get you out of
> the
> rut you're in......whatever that might be. She also said that it could be
> worse and that I should be thankful for the health I do have but she said
> it
> in a very compassionate way that did make me
>  feel a bit better. It really could be worse for all of us. I'll give you
> an
> example...........this very moment, my 6 month old nephew is in Children's
> hospital fighting for his life. While at the babysitters, he supposedly
> starting choking. The babysitter call 911 and when the paramedics arrived
> they
> could see he was in serious trouble and not choking at all. the air lifted
> him
> to the hospital...... Long story short. He has 4 skull fractures, is
> completely blind, scars all over his little head, tubes everywhere and even
> though he survived, which the doctors said he wouldn't, they did say what
> you
> see is the way he will remain forever........ The babysitter admitted to
> shaking him, throwing him (later denied it) and when they pumped his
> stomach,
> it appears she poisoned him too. This babysitter is a long time family
> friend.  So it you are inclined to pray please add him to your prayers. my
> point is ......I GUESS IT CAN BE WORSE.
>
> Thanks for listening
> MICHAEL
.
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