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    1. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Beautifully answered on the coping thread, thanks.
    2. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Just saw your post on July 4, not fishing for info, please don't tell me where you live! Honest! But wanted to tell you we live in Florissant. I figure there couldn't have been thunderstorms and hail in two places in CO in one night, but maybe. . . .Anyway, we actually had a rainbow at one point, a full rainbow all the way across the sky and then you could look up and the hail was being shined on and it was so bright and you could see way up. We're new here and I've never seen anything like it before.
      So, happy Fourth!
    3. Mikker
      Yes, we ride. Mostly quarterhorses (barrels), 2 arabians, and a couple dozen welch ponies (cart races). The kids really get a kick out of the cart races. Nice looking collies btw. The kids had a sheltie, but he passed away a couple of years back.
    4. Mikker
      One seriously good looking horse, Danielle! (gelding?) Don't know the date, but it appears it's a belated birthday wish? Happy Birthday kid.
    5. Connie(BC)Type 1
    6. MelissaMo19
      Happy Birthday!
      I remember you said you were going to FL a couple of days early, I'm going on Mon the 6th, I was wondering if I could meet up with you or something that night? I'm going by myself so I wont really know anyone lol
    7. diabeticmonkey
      Happy Birthday. Mines Today also
    8. alex's mom
      alex's mom
      Happy Birthday on Sunday!!!!
    9. MelissaMo19
      Yup, first time! Soo excited! We will definetly have to meet up once we get there..My scholarship only covers the 7th-12th, but I was thinking about maybe paying an extra night and coming early, not sure yet though! :-D When were you diagnosed?
    10. MelissaMo19
      Hey, will this be your first time at a CWD conference? I can't wait to meet everyone!
    11. Mody_Jess_Pony
      My parents bought me a 75-300 MM telescoping zoom lens, Ive already had to replace the Rebel XS camara BECAUSE of Error 99 issues with the first camara. Which is fine becuase when they replaced it they accidently have me a image stablization lens and my first stock lens hadn't had that which is nice :) I'll get some pics up soon Ive got one more day off of school tomorrow and I'll try then...Ive been wikid busys!
    12. Mody_Jess_Pony
      YAY Jess has come to talketh to you about photography :P I'm not planing on taking any courses but where I'm going has an INSANE photography program that if I didn't want to be a teacher I'd totally take(located at www.mta.ca ) I'm getting the Canon Rebel XS 10.0 MP stock lens. I'm pretty excited I LOVE all your pics!
    13. MissEmi
      I didn't want to post it on the original thread, 'cause I didn't want to offend any of the guys since I knew they would def read it. :D.
    14. MissEmi
      I know that I go low the week before that "time" of the month. Like this week. It's like nature's warning to stock up on Advil and Midol. :D.
    15. TheFormerLantusFiend
      Here's the CWD page on the novopen JR: http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/d_06_367.htm

      Novo Nordisk offers a whole bunch of different insulin pens that you can inject Novolog with, and each of them has somewhat different uses. The NovoPenJr comes in green and yellow and looks friendly. It doses in half units. They recommend not dosing a mere half, but I do it anyways. It clicks when you dose up, and there's a feature where if you go too far you can undo the dialing up. The cartridges hold about 310 units (they claim 300). This is NOT a disposable pen. It is compatible with the PenMate and PenMate 3, which is a device for inserting the needle into the skin very quickly.
      As compared to the other NovoPens, the NovoPen Jr is unique in that it: requires the least pressure for injection, doses in half units, and only doses up to 35 units (the others dose up to either 60 or 100, depending on the pen).
      It is compatible with four sizes of needle that I know of, the needles being 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, and 13mm long.

      All of these features make it the best pen for sighted users whose total Novolog daily use is between one half and 40 units.

      I like it much better than the other pens I've tried. Most of the time I like it better than syringes.
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    Who has diabetes?:
    I do (type 1)
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    Danielle, 24
    Dxd, T1, 4/21/08
    Revel 3/2013
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