Keeping up with the blogs

This blog stuff can be time consuming! I totally enjoy reading about the adults and kids with diabetes; it’s awesome when something nice happens. It’s not so nice when someone is going through a tough time, but I always learn something from the posts. I like it when I read a post that makes me smile, it’s even better when I laugh out loud – better yet is when I convince my H to come in and read what someone has written.
Today has been one of those days that my poor H has had to get up and walk into the porch several times as there have been some great posts this week.

Some great posts in the last few days:
George is going to be on TV –
Kerri was approved (finally!!!) for her CGMS
Shannon’s plans for a weekend away were thwarted –
How to give your pet a pill made me laugh –
Will ate the Blue Ribbon Brownie at Applebee’s –
Riley has decided that he’s not up for the stress of girls –
Sara showed us how she does a site change – I was fascinated by this…
And finally – check out Jeff’s “Go Do A Test” – the banner today was great!

On the “dad in the nursing home news.” Life can be the pits. He ended up in the ER twice last Sunday, and that means I was there with him. All is good, just catheter issues but jeez, I feel so very sorry for him that he has to go through this.

No diabetes news of my own, it’s boring…, thank goodness!

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3 Responses to Keeping up with the blogs

  1. k2 says:

    Thanks for the blog round up- this week has been crazy and I haven’t been able to read or post- until tonight!Sorry to hear your dad had surgery. I hope he’s feeling better! Your a wonderful daughter and he is blessed to have u!k2

  2. Good golly – with the online communities getting to be soooo big it’s getting harder to keep up with everybody – fun, but hard.Sorry about Dad – what can I say? The unanswered “whys” are so frustrating.

  3. Jeff says:

    Thanks for the nice roster of posts, Colleen. You aren’t kidding that this stuff eats up a big ol’ chunk of the day — but it’s worth it. I hope you and your Dad have an ER-free week.

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