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Working with Impatience

Impatience is a family trait inherited mostly from the Spain side of the family, though my maternal grandmother, grandma Jane, was pretty feisty and did not suffer fools gladly. I don’t like waiting but I’ve been fairly successful cultivating patience … Continue reading

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Paula’s Golden Opportunity

Should Paula Deen have told folks about her Type 2 diabetes while she was cooking the very foods that contribute to it? I wish she’d revealed it sooner, but I agree with her that a diagnosis of diabetes is tough. … Continue reading

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Micromanaging

I use a Medtronic Paradigm pump and micromanaging is my blessing and my curse. There’s nothing wrong with being on top of blood sugars. I test at least 10-15 times a day since I don’t have a CGM I want … Continue reading

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