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Old 01-11-2014, 02:38 PM   #9591
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Great point..... Most people do not realuze that CARBOHYDRATES are sugars and starches..... My husband did not know that. But if you are on insulin by injection you must balance the insulin with carbs, and yes eat them"........... For someone who is a type 2 taking oral meds you need to avoid carbs. It can be confusing..... AND it is very hard to distinguish between high sugar and low sugar. You feel similar..... Always best to check it.... I was a type 2. No longer, DH is insulin dependedt (old type 1).
And i am a home ec major who worked for a time at a hospital as a therapeutic dietician.....

Again great point......
If you look up the Edmonton Protocol on the net there is some interesting news. The University of Edmonton in Alberta Canada has cured a friend of ours who was a life long type 1 insulin dependent diabetic from birth. I am planning on going to see them in the summer to see if I can get the procedure done and what it will cost me.

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Woot woot! Sunny day out today and temp at 41...if it keeps up this way I can start working again on the roof of Honey!
What are you going to plant?
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Old 01-11-2014, 03:43 PM   #9592
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Dennis Interesting study

"If you look up the Edmonton Protocol on the net there is some interesting news. The University of Edmonton in Alberta Canada has cured a friend of ours who was a life long type 1 insulin dependent diabetic from birth. I am planning on going to see them in the summer to see if I can get the procedure done and what it will cost me. "


We have been reading about it.... Sounds promising, but DH has Congestive Heart Failure and after 2 different heart attacks, one with bypass, second time with stent, and he has an implanted ICD (defibulator) he would most likely not be a candidate.... But here is to hope...
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What are you going to plant?
ummmm... eternabond and dicor?
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ummmm... eternabond and dicor?
That's my plan. I drilled a hole thru my roof for a cable and only used a cable entry plate and Dicor. It leaks down along the cable. GRRR! So I bought a 10' piece of Eternabond and a vibrating scraper tool. I have been procrastinating because we're parked in the garage. But I have to get it done before knee surgery.

Since the Dicor I used has only been there since Aug will I need to use a solvent to get all remnants off, or will the Eternabond stick to the Dicor residue? Anyone here know?
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Old 01-11-2014, 04:21 PM   #9595
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Back when we were gagging, uh I mean talking about okra someone asked for info about a frig/freezer thermometer. Here it is


Chaney Instruments Acu-Rite 00986A1 986 Digital Refrigerator Freezer Thermometer

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That's my plan. I drilled a hole thru my roof for a cable and only used a cable entry plate and Dicor. It leaks down along the cable. GRRR! So I bought a 10' piece of Eternabond and a vibrating scraper tool. I have been procrastinating because we're parked in the garage. But I have to get it done before knee surgery.

Since the Dicor I used has only been there since Aug will I need to use a solvent to get all remnants off, or will the Eternabond stick to the Dicor residue? Anyone here know?

Eternabond will not stick to silicone but it sticks like crazy to everything else .. I like it a lot it works great !!!
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Old 01-11-2014, 05:15 PM   #9597
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Eternabond will not stick to silicone but it sticks like crazy to everything else .. I like it a lot it works great !!!
It has a nice beat and is easy to dance to.
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We haven't sent our fearless leader any encouraging words today, so here goes:
Hey Steve, I am sending you the best of the best GET WELL WISHES!!!
Roll over, pick up the cup, and drink the magic elixir of good health, disguised as juice or tea. Then rest and relax some more don't answer any posts, just kick back and heal!!!
Yeah, that's the ticket.
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It has a nice beat and is easy to dance to.
Hey Steve,

Good to hear that the nasty H1N1 hasn't killed your STM sense of humor. One post is all I expect from you today, but I expect 2 tomorrow, 4 on Monday, 8 on Tuesday, etc. until you are back to being yourself again.
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Hey Steve,

Good to hear that the nasty H1N1 hasn't killed your STM sense of humor. One post is all I expect from you today, but I expect 2 tomorrow, 4 on Monday, 8 on Tuesday, etc. until you are back to being yourself again.
I don't know about that Barb! A month down the road we won't get a word (post) in edgeways! Ha Ha,
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It has a nice beat and is easy to dance to.
Steve ...

How ya doin buddy ? We are still worried about you ... I'll hoist a couple of drinks your way and think about you and hope your Monday Dr. Appointment goes well.

We will be heading out for a Jeep trip to Reymert mine and combine that with some more geocaching !!!

Cheers !!!
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Steve, make yourself up a couple of stiff brandy (your choice of flavors) and Seven-Ups. The alcohol will kill the flu and make you not care.
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Thinking about you, Steve, and have an idea what you are worried about... praying for you.
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It has a nice beat and is easy to dance to.
Eternabond and silicon are a bit too much like heavy metal for me.

Avacaco is more my style.

Like:
Aaaaavacado, avacado, avacado, avacaaaado...ah-ah-ah-va-ah-ah-ca-do
avacado, avacado, avacado...

Or:
We are ah-va-cado
We are ah-va-cado

And I have said quite enough for the evening.
Avacado, arigato, moshi moshi
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