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    1. Juliana1245
      hey, thanks for visiting my page would you like to chat sometime ?
    2. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      I cannot begin to tell you how much I appreciate your help. I really think there's a good chance you nailed it for us. Our CDE who is training us tries, but I think there's just maybe too much to know for anyone who doesn't live it 24/7. And I like my endo, but I can't see him knowing something as detailed as how the black cap screws on the ping.

      But also, I feel so lost and pushed with this stuff -- like everyone wants to shove me into doing something they are not able to support me in once I start. My CDE has not even gotten back to me, and you take the time to type out so much good info, solid stuff. Selah felt really, really bad today and as you know there's nothing like seeing that and not being able to fix it, and not being able to turn to anyone to help. Thanks!
    3. YodaTech
      Do you think my post after buggles was appropriate or should I take it down. I was trying to talk as an outside opinion
    4. YodaTech
      Jordan, i know you will go on to do great things. I have never met anyone as dedicated and motivated as you. You will far exceed anyones expectations of you. If you have a dream follow it. With your dream, you could change the world.
    5. YodaTech
      I may act like I am all tough as nails. But deep down to see what jordan goes through everyday pushes me to do better. In a perfect world she would be looking up to her older brother for guidance. Instead I look to her for the courage to push forward. She is such an amazing girl. She is one of he most intelligent girls I have ever know. She has learned to cope with the card she was dealt in life and still push forwards. She gives me the motivation to prove to myself that I can do better. If she can face such hard trials and still achieve such great things, I am far behind my expectations of myself. I need to be where she can be proud of what her brother has accomplished.
    6. YodaTech
      You need to read the reply I put on jordans Friends and family of a diabetic post.
    7. YodaTech
      Hi Mom. It was just too controversial. I couldnt resist, you know me.
    8. Daxdog
      You need to change your sig again. Jess is 17 now.
    9. Daxdog
      I want to go to FFL for sure!
    10. Daxdog
      This is what I have been doing.
    11. TheFormerLantusFiend
      For me personally, toes are as accurate as fingers. I have done finger and toe at the same time a few times, no issues. Furthermore, toes are far less likely to have food or other contaminating agents on them.
      Two words of warning, however: toes have thicker skin and need a deeper lancet setting, and if you forget to switch back, your fingers will hurt. Second, my CDE has said that the main reason that toes are not generally advised is that IF you (or your daughter, in this case) already have neuropathy in the toes, pricking them may have a higher infection risk than pricking fingers.
    12. TheFormerLantusFiend
      if you call accu chek customer service and ask for a free multiclix, then as long as they haven't sent you any freebies in the past years, they will send you the multiclix with, I think, two drums (12 lancets).
    13. Daxdog
      hi mom! :) What's up?
    14. linda
      You are so funny!!
      btw-I saw that quote today on my calander and LOVED it!!!! Got 1 from a fortune cookie today-To guarantee success,act as if it were impossible to fail.
    15. Jordansmom
      Are you happy now?
    16. Daxdog
      Seriously, change you profile picture!!!
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    Who has diabetes?:
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    Proud mom to Jordan (19), dxd March 2008
    Pumping Apidra with a blue Animas PING-Dexcom Gen4 (previously Dexcom and Dexcom 7 Plus)

    "Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying "I will try again tomorrow."
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