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[IP] Gesh! ........Hi Jamie!
I have been sitting back
and watching people talk back and forth for many months now. I have learned a
lot and also been shocked a few times. I have many complications, well it feels
like many, but it took me 15 years to finally find the right Doctor. Which I am
so excited about.
I should be getting a MM508 next
month and I am so excited. Last month I did a trial run with it, but inside of
it I had saline. Bummer, I didn't want to let it go, but I guess patience is not
one of my strong points.
I just wanted to say that I
appreciate all the threads that go by, I just wish all of us would realize that
we are ALL different and we should join together because we do share a common
ailment, but one we can still enjoy life to the fullest with.
OH YEAH!! Did anyone watch the
TV program ER last night? I was sooo mad at it.
I was diagnosed with Type 1 in
1984 when I was 11. Well, up to that point I was NEVER a sweets person. I was
NOT overweight by any means and I was a carrot and celery lover. So when I was
diagnosed, family and friends of the family accused my Mom of letting me eat too
much sugar and if I hadn't eaten so much sugar we wouldn't have gotten this
horrible diagnosis. My Mom was yelled at and a whole lot of other crap! Did any
of you have this experience? Well, after watching ER last night I realized why
this stuff happens, gesh!
P.S. I feel people like Kim lead a sad and lonely
life. I am just glad I can appreciate anyone, even people who are healthy, they
have issues too, we are not the only ones who have it hard. If you feel your
life is worse off then anyone else's, then you better look at your life, instead
of knocking others, right? *Smiles*