OK, so here it is. The good, the bad, and the very ugly. We had a 3:00 appointment in Nashville, so I smartly left at 1:15. Got there at about 2:00 only to find out the closest parking garage full to the gills and the nearest is almost a block and a half away. No big deal right, be in and out before it gets dark. We go round and round, who knows how many floors in this huge parking garage and end up almost on the roof! We collect our things, walk to the elevator and get to our appointment right at 2:20. Good, we are early. Get settled in and we wait. And we wait. And we wait some more. At 4:30, they call us back to the room and the nurse we are seeing comes in and basically asked me what was going on and just claimed all his lows were cause by "too much insulin". I almost had a hysterical moment! Too much insulin! I stopped her midsentence which is not like me and explained again what was happening and why we were wanting the celiac test. She looked between my son and myself and told us there was not enough symptoms or family history to have it done. Then I suggested that she look at his graph and she could see that his patterns were way off. She agreed but couldn' t "find" the graph in the computer system. Come to find out that the graph was there, but she was looking for a Medtronic pump graph, not the Animas. She conveniently left us and attended another child so the nurse could "upload the correct graph" which was already there. She finally came back at about 5:00 and "found" it and looked it over and said that we were doing fine, there is no family history and that we just need to adjust insulin. OK, the good part was his a1c was the lowest it has ever been at 5.8. The bad was she doesn't even listen to me. The ugly was it took us another two hours to get back home due to a bad car accident, not to mention she never told me anything I didn't already know. So why am I paying almost $700 a visit? She told me that we are the best controlled family that she knows of, so why won' t she listen to my concerns? We obviously know what we are doing! So I found out in the mix of all the kaos that he was tested during diagnosis and he was totally negative. She explained that it would not just start over a week's time and we shouldn't worry. I think it's time to stop seeing the nurse and just keep the doctor's appointments. Sorry, just had to vent. I don' t have anything else to report. Thanks for all the prayers.