Wednesday, August 02, 2006


Hot days and nights
No Wind
Sticky sweat with Glucose lays on skin.


NYMOM said...

Very nice.

Why don't you write some more...

BetterCell said...

Thanks nymom......I am thinking of two different titles for the next book. "How To Live Among Stupid People 7 Days A Week" or "How To Live With Diabetes 7 Days A Week". The last would be much easier to write even-though the exposure to both are about the same.

NYMOM said...

One has to be patient with other people as none of us is perfect. At the same time, it is wise to always surround yourself with quality in everyway whenever possible.

I guess it's striking the balance that's important.

BetterCell said...

One does not have to "strike a balance", but a choice.

cHoCoMiLkRoCkS said...

ewwww is that why the sweat is sticky?

BetterCell said...

Yes pumping princess.....bodily internal electrolytes/minerals and glucose mixed together for sticky sweat. BTW, sorry that UK did not win, however they did play a great game as did Italy of course.

cHoCoMiLkRoCkS said...

thanks for the comment you left, sounds nice......

cHoCoMiLkRoCkS said...

hi, what's your name??????

yeah i get my eyes checked every three months it's not been long since i last went and my eyes are fine.

i usually get rid of my ketones by drinking a ton and sometimes a powerade drink to replace salts obviously i take the insulin to cover it.

today it's looking much better for me. my urine is clear of ketones, ive tested it 4 times so i think or hope i'm getting back to normal.

vicki xx

cHoCoMiLkRoCkS said...


don't worry that guy was not my endo. she's lovely and clued up.

in england we have free perscriptions if you have diabetes. so you can see any general practioner and tell them adn they'll give you the script.

he probably don't know much about diabetes. or anything really. i think doctors who work at local doctor's sugerys are all crap.

my named local doctor is good and specialises in diabetes. then i have a diabetes nurse specialist at the hospital and a diabetes consultant (endo in the usa) at the hospital..

all complicated

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