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Re: [IP] tired 4

Thank you Colleen.........and you're absolutely right.....My wife an I have
been with the mom and day every day as much as we can but that poor little
thing looks so pitiful, struggling to breath and just live.
Thanks for listening

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

From: Colleen <email @ redacted>
Subject: Re: [IP] tired 4
To: email @ redacted
Date: Thursday, June 16, 2011, 7:38 PM

Oh, my! I'm so sorry. That poor little child! No one deserves to be treated
horribly--let alone a little one depending on the kindness of the adult
caretaker. My prayers to that little child and their parents!

From: judy harvey <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted
Sent: Thu, June 16, 2011 6:06:51 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] tired 4

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
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