I spotted this on a car at the Yankee Candle Outlet/Store in Massachusetts this weekend. I want one!
We spent a wonderful weekend in Easthampton, MA, with eight old friends from Richmond, VA. It rained a LOT but we stayed dry. The son of one couple celebrated his marriage to a delightful young lady. The marriage ceremony was lovely, the reception was a great party! One of the couples came back to NH with us and so the guys took off in one car, and my friend and I in the other. We stopped at the Yankee Candle store and I found this sticker on a car in the parking lot. So of course, I took a picture.
According to one website – “Yankee Candle in South Deerfield, Massachusetts, is the second most visited tourist attraction in New England.” I didn’t know that when we stopped there.
Being at the wedding was a new experience with testing/counting (guessing!)/injecting. I did okay, not great, but okay.
Next pre-pump appointment is this Friday. It’s amusing/depressing/interesting when I tell people that I’m going to start a pump. The most common response is, “Oh, I’m so sorry your diabetes has gotten that bad.” It’s also interesting that so many have asked if I have to have surgery to insert(?) the pump. So, I’ve been doing lots of explaining. I honestly don’t expect people to know all about diabetes and all about insulin pumps. But I find it sad that they assume my diabetes is “bad” for me to want a pump. Oh well, one step at a time.