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Jan 6, 1963 (Age: 58)
Deaf Education Teacher/Speech Pathologist & runnin

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    1. btyler
      Yes, we are working with Dee. I saw on your blog that you had worked with her before.
    2. redmcgee
      Hello, just seen your post on the problems you are having with the foreign exchange student. I can't even imagine the stress you are under. So sorry that you are having the different problems/issues.
      I wonder as I read it if she is trying to maybe get the attention of her parents and the only reason I say this is b/c I know of a 17 yr old diabetic girl that will purposly go low or do away with her lantus to get the attention of her mother.
      Also some stuff, as being lazy....some kids or teenagers are just so moody and think that the world revolves around them and that they should not have to do anything..
      Hope things get better for her and your family soon.
      I do think that staying on the pump would be best b/c afraid that things would get worse. As in the fact that still eating all that she eats and not giving insulin at all.
      But I do realize that you were just throwing ideas out as in any options to just try to help her.
      Good luck.
    3. Tuff
      No problem - this site can be brutal sometimes. Don't worry about what people were saying. It's not worth it.
    4. katie.c
      I tried to send the other half of my PM but your inbox was full. Sorry:o
    5. Bigbluefrog
      I thought she might be hiding her teeth a bit. Glad she can smile again!
    6. Bigbluefrog
      Hi Kristy thanks for the tips for Homecoming! Ours is this weekend too. I loved the photos of Katie and your dd, they look very happy. Is Katie better now? She looks beautiful.
    7. HudsonMommy
      We love having our SD and I don't know what we would do without him. How long has your daughter had hers?
    8. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      I'd come to the conclusion that I couldn't make any progress as an "amateur" -- exciting to think we could maybe make something work on our level.

      We're going to encourage a particular connection between Selah and the dog (Starling), I'll start looking again. Any links or books you have the time to send would be much appreciated. Frankly, there's no down side to trying. Thanks.
    9. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Household income is under 700 a month right now. . . . .and I don't fundraise well.
      But if we can do some baby steps with some work, I'll look into that. I guess obedience training is the first step. The big lug just jumped in my lap again. . . . thanks. Will keep looking and listening.
    10. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      I like the dog idea, but looked into it a bit and it's way out of our range. I actually was looking to see if you can train a retriever puppy (we have one that's pretty sharp) to do a little casual service, but the more I read the more I think it just doesn't work that way. But I am glad it works for so many, and I like reading the stories. If I win the lottery (hard to do without buying tickets) I'll revisit the idea!
    11. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Holy Cow, missed the dog thread until it was closed. Wowser. Don't sweat it, eh?!
    12. Rukio
      your inbox is full =P
    13. deegee
      I would love to talk to you my dd who is 11 and a distance runner, just got her d dog Tanner from Liz. We went to kentucky for a week of training and would like to connect with someone else that has a d dog. thanks
    14. Lizzie's Mom
      Lizzie's Mom
      I haven't been on the forum lately and just saw that Katie Jane is in the hospital. Prayers from me to you and your family and especially to Katie Jane. It sounds like the worst is over. I'll pray that things get back to 'normal' soon!

      Every Blessing,
    15. Dontknowadaywitoutit
      Hi! Was just wondering if you still needed some cleo 90s, I tried sending you a message but your inbox is full. Feel free to shot me an email or PM.
    16. Toni
      Tudiabetes.com is a huge site that has mainly adults with all types of diabetes. Manny Hernandez is created the site and it is well moderated. Meaning people cannot be extremely rude to others. There is an alert dog section. Everyone is asking for, very few are giving, information. So join Tudiabetes.com. search for alert dog forum. There are 112 members and not too much information. On Tu, there are Moms of PWDs and and one Parent site but not very active. I, personally, am not going to Facebook and pretty much will lurk on the internet, do reasearch. The people out there -- well, just don't know who is on the other end.
    17. Brynn
      Of course I will be your friend!
    18. Brynn
      Hi friend! Miss you, love you! Thanks for your facebook hug today!
    19. Gwyn
      Thanks. I was happy to hear about how "speedy" Katie Jane has been tearing up the track. We like your website too--her puppy is so cute.
    20. Tigerlilly's mom
      Tigerlilly's mom
      Wow - What a truly inspiring story about her low during a cross country meet!! Thank you for sharing it.
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    Jan 6, 1963 (Age: 58)
    Deaf Education Teacher/Speech Pathologist & runnin
    Who has diabetes?:
    One child
    Does your family have celiac?:
    I'm not sure yet
    Married 23 yrs, living at the Lake & loving the view! Busy life with very active kids.

    Reading, bargain shopping, collecting antiques & old books, scrapbooking, camping, boating, swimming


    Tired & busy mom to 3 teens
    Matthew - age 21
    twins: Christopher - age 17
    Type I Katie Jane - age 17
    dx 2-13-07, pumping w/Cozmo:cool:
    Shots - age 5, diabetic alert dog

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