Well? How did it go?
Whew. By the grace of God (and I really mean that) she is OK. We have increased her insulin, and other than that, we don't have to make any changes. Cindy, I can not tell you how happy I am. :)
Oh thank godMy heart stopped for a few seconds there.
Heidi - I was gonna call you, but we are having some issues with our long distance..like, we don't have any right now. I can't believe how lucky we got. I was ready to puke when we had to go into that hospital today. So was Jessica. She is ok.
It's ok, I"m having some long distance issues right now too, only I think there's a medical term for it: "Psycho-obsessive Phone Avoidance." Anybody who left a message since last Friday hasn't been heard yet. But I've been thinking of you guys. Have they given you any idea of when/ if she can get an insulin pump? I used to be kind of wary of it, but I've been hearing really good things about it lately.xo
Biddie, I am so relieved! I was worrying since that post a few weeks ago. Blessed is what you are.My cousin (juvenile diabetic) has the pump and loves it. A lot.
YAY! That's great news, Biddie. I'm very happy for all of you.Send Jessica a hug from all of us.
I can't get any words up, just the picture, but I get from the comments it was rather good news. I'm very happy for you!!!!
All I see is a picture too, and I've been sorely negligent in keeping up with posts. However, looks as though things are starting to look up! Hugs,Ldbug
Nice pic tho! (no words for me either!)
I was having a hard time with blogger, it wouldn't post my words, then my photos...I just gave up. Most of you knew what was going on anyway :)
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