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Old 09-13-2018, 04:16 PM   #571
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Humidity is so draining. Good luck with your day surgery Deejay. Be gentle with yourself afterwards.
The is a movie coming out to movie theaters here called Christopher Robin with Ewan McGregor in it. YouTube Only just landing here this week. Glad that the session at the hospital worked out well.
I saw Christopher Robin a couple of weeks ago. It was good! Hope you enjoy it.
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Old 09-13-2018, 07:10 PM   #572
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Surgery went very well. Pretty comfortable with just ES Tylenol. Here's to a speedy recovery. Definitely seems like I am on a good path.
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Pleased to hear that your surgery went well Deejay. Rest up today and keep the fluids up.
Hope the books get your motivation up Marilyn and that you can stick with it.

Yes it does look like a good movie downandlonely. Off to a exhibition today which means lots of walking.
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My wife is having way too many hypoglycemic episodes. She sees endocrinology next week, its a new NP, i hope he'll be good. That office is terrible.
I hope everyone is having a great weekend!
Deejay - i hope you are recovering well.
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Gr3tta I hope your wife has seen the doctor and is doing better. I am recovering very well.
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Hi. I was diagnosed with type 2 in May this year. I was on 30-45 carbs per meal but my sugar would not get low enough so I have about cut that amount in half or less carbs. Doing better with a BG of 99 today.
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congrats, Lucy~! dietary control is the very best kind~!
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congrats, Lucy~! dietary control is the very best kind~!
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Gr3tta I hope your wife has seen the doctor and is doing better. I am recovering very well.
Thank you! My wife has not been to Dr yet, but does have an appt. next week. I do think some corrections need to be made, but she is so gosh darn sensitive, we'll have to watch out for overcorrection.

I am very happy you are recovering well. Great news!
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Hi. I was diagnosed with type 2 in May this year. I was on 30-45 carbs per meal but my sugar would not get low enough so I have about cut that amount in half or less carbs. Doing better with a BG of 99 today.
That's great, Lucy! You must have worked so hard. Terrific job!
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